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Archive: May 2010
5/25/2010 9:40:06 AM
Young Americas Foundation - List of Conservative Colleges

Young America’s Foundation (YAF) each year lists its recommendations for those interested in applying to conservative colleges along with a description of each college.

5/6/2010 11:36:05 AM
Homeschool Channel

The American Family Association offers regular free videos on homeschooling topics on its Homeschool Channel.  Check out HSLDA’s latest tapings on high school topics:  Preparing Your Teen for College and Developing a High School Plan.

5/5/2010 5:14:03 PM
Book Reports for Teens

During the high school years, book report assignments take on a different format than in the elementary and middle school years. This website offers many tips and a sample book report to help guide your teen through the process.

5/5/2010 5:11:54 PM
National College Fairs

The National Association for College Admissions Counseling sponsors college fairs throughout the country.  A college fair is a great way for your teen to gather info on a variety of colleges and receive answers to questions regarding admission, financial aid, and much more. These college fairs are free and open to the public.

5/5/2010 5:10:35 PM
Career Info from the Bureau of Labor Statistics

Is your teen searching for ideas pertaining to future possible careers?  The Bureau of Labor Statistics website is a wealth of information including training needed for various careers, job market analysis, and much more!

5/5/2010 12:01:57 PM
Mu Eta Sigma National Math Honor Society

College and scholarship applications usually ask for a listing of awards and honors that your teen has achieved.  A new opportunity for homeschooled students with good math skills is membership in Mu Eta Sigma National Math Honor Society. 

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