There are 9 important tips for homeschooling junior year. Junior year is the key to getting college admission and scholarship offers. In fact, careful planning and conscientious effort during junior year can compensate for a lack of attention earlier in high school. If your child is a junior, follow these strategies now and you can be successful at the college admissions game. If your student is younger, pencil these into your calendar so you are ready for junior year, when it's your turn to work hard!
Parents need to be both relaxed and involved in the process. Teens don’t understand the big picture. While parents may not understand this new world of college admission and scholarships, at least they understand the importance of finances. However, parents are eager for affordable solutions to college and career that will meet their student’s long-term goals!
Even though there are 9 tips for homeschooling junior year, there is only one key task—the one thing that everything else is working towards. Your job is to find a college. It’s too early to find your child a job, but to get scholarships, you need to find at least 4 to 8 colleges for your child by the end of junior year.