12 Questions to Ask When Evaluating a Christian College

Here are twelve questions to ask when you are evaluating a Christian college. Are you in the process of making a decision but find the process overwhelming? Is it hard to really tell what type of Christian college you are looking at? My husband and I both attended Christian colleges, he worked at Christian and private colleges for fifteen years, and now two of our kids attend a Christian college. We love Christian higher education. But not every school is worth the tuition or the spiritual cost. I hope you find these twelve questions helpful in determining what kind of Christian college your child is considering and whether or not it will be worth it. Continue reading “12 Questions to Ask When Evaluating a Christian College”

SAT, ACT, and CLT Tests

If you have a high school student, it is time to start thinking about college entrance exams: the SAT and ACT, or the CLT. My goal is to provide you with basic information about the tests to get you started. There is so much available online that I recommend you and your student invest plenty of time researching the free information. Your child’s high school transcript together with the college entrance exam scores determine their college admittance and scholarship awards. Therefore understanding when to take the tests and what kind of scores colleges are looking for is very important. Continue reading “SAT, ACT, and CLT Tests”

Creating a High School Transcript

Creating a high school transcript for your homeschooled student is a quick and simple process. A high school transcript is a one page summary of your student’s academic achievements. Communicate clearly by keeping it simple and straightforward. While you have freedom to create an individualized homeschool program, a transcript that looks as much like a public school transcript as possible will be easily understood by others. Once you understand a few facts about a high school transcript you can easily create one for your student. Continue reading “Creating a High School Transcript”