Practically all colleges will admit homeschoolers, with varying requirements. You may refer to the High School section of the CHEC Guidebook for a complete listing of Colorado colleges. Below are Christian colleges actively recruiting homeschoolers.)
CollegePlus! is a revolutionary Christian based distance learning program helping students earn their fully accredited bachelor’s degree in a fraction of the time and cost of the traditional university system. Learn more here.
Help Your Student Earn Potential College Credit with HSLDA Discount!
Is Your High schooler college bound? Would you like to give your student the opportunity to earn potential college credit during the 2010-11 school year? Give your student a head start with Patrick Henry College Preparatory Academy's online distance learning program. Each course is approved by the College Board.* Developed and taught by PHC professors and other Christian scholars, every course offers high-level academic instruction based on a fully integrated Christian worldview.
PHC Prep's homeschool-friendly benefits include:
Discounts available for private school students and homeschooling members of HSLDA
All courses approved by the College Board as official AP courses
Academic excellence combined with the Christian worldview
Online classes are convenient and flexible
AP credits are accepted at 90% of all Colleges & Universities
Registration is now open for PHC Prep's expanded 2010-11 course offerings:
English Language and Composition (two-semester course)
English Literature and Composition (two-semester course)
Calculus AB (two-semester course)
Microeconomics (fall semester)
Macroeconomics (spring semester)
U.S. Government and Politics (spring semester)
Find out more about HC Prep and the 2010-11 courses by visiting PHC Prep's website. If you have additional questions, please email@example.com or call 540-338-8290.
Oak Brook College of Law and Government Policy
Home-based law school (over 120 graduates)
P.O. Box 26870
Fresno, CA 93729
Moody Bible Institute
Rocky Mountain Bible College & Seminary
Biblical Concourse of Home Universities
Dr. James Bartlett, Executive Director
Apprenticeship, Mentorship, Entrepreneurship information
Colleg Plus! offers one of the most effective higher education alternatives in the nation. Students enrolled in CollegePlus! have the benefit of earning a fully accredited bachelor's degree for a fraction of the time and money, with tremendous flexibility. In fact, CollegePlus! students benefit from a personalized, mentor-directed approach to education reminiscent of the strategy used at the time of America's founding — one that produced the most literate and educated generation in the history of this nation.
Lincoln College of Technology
Jackson Hole Bible College
Give Your Graduate a Unique Preparation for Life with a Biblical Foundation and Christian Worldview!
A 1-Year, In-Depth Study of the Scriptures with a Creation Emphasis. Creationism, dispensationalism, biblical inerrancy, and Bible study methods are hallmarks of the curriculum.
Find more information at www.jhbc.edu
A wise scholar and theologian once wrote: “You cannot prepare a more dependable treasure for your children than an education in the liberal arts.” These were the words of Martin Luther, spoken 500 years ago. Concordia University is committed to delivering a liberal arts education in the Lutheran tradition. We hope to prepare students to live as men and women whose Christian freedom inspires and enables service to others.
Online College Information
New research on college students who were home educated shows they are doing very well. Dr. Michael Cogan, director of the Office of Institutional Research and Analysis at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota, compared home-educated students to those from conventional-school backgrounds at one Midwest university.
University Ready is a unique resource designed by a home school graduate to help you navigate the process of preparing yourself for college. University Ready is a subscription website that provides you with access to numerous, hand-selected, college-prep resources that are presented in a format designed to step you through the process of preparing for, financing, and applying to college.
For college bound students, the college search process is an exciting adventure! The College Board search engine allows you to choose your personal parameters that will then be matched to colleges. If you prefer to limit your search to only Christian colleges, use the Christian College Mentor website. Check out HSLDA’s additional resources to help you organize and refine your search.
The Homeschool Nation. A free college preparation resource for homeschoolers HSNation.com
The Homeschool Nation is here to help homeschoolers prepare for college, win scholarship money and find the right school.Our mission is to provide all the information you will need to plan and prepare for college. We have partnered with colleges across the country who are dedicated to the development and success of homeschoolers.
Choosing the Right College
Please be aware of some excellent resources available for those planning to go to college and those who work with them. These web sites and book can help.
1. collegeanswerguy – over 50 articles on a variety of college prep and beginning of college topics
2. collegeprep101 – lots of information on college preparation topics, including college planning checklists, standardized testing information, a list of what to take to college, and scholarship information and links.
3. College Prep 101 – How to prepare for and succeed in college
Order the book Only $9.95 for the e-book, or $12.95 for the paperback.
This website features hundreds of subject guides as well as educational resources and online degree information. Academicinfo.net
10 step guide to college preparation, free download
Homeschooling High School – Planning Ahead for College Admission by Jeanne Gowen Dennis. (This book is a great resource, you might want to check into owning it for future reference).
Free Scholarship and Financial Aid Information http://www.finaidfacts.org/scholarships.htm
FastWeb: www.fastweb.com – free scholarship and college search service.
FinAid! www.findaid.org offers information on scholarships, loans, savings, military aid.
Federal Student Aid Homepage: www.ed.gov/offices/OSFAP/Students.
1-800-4FED-AID. The Student Guide gives free and detailed information about federal financial aid programs. You should also be aware that most colleges will require you to fill out a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) even if you are only asking
for scholarships. You can't do this until the spring of your child's senior year, and after you have done your own income taxes. You can learn more from their web site: www.fafsa.ed.gov.
custudentloans.org/ - Private lending marketplace that connects students with not-for-profit credit unions
On FindTuition.com we have 1.7 million scholarships available to students, totaling over $7 billion. The site is free to use, and students have access to all of our scholarships. InsideCollege.com is a unique college resource site to help students find the right college, with over 700 lists of interesting, relevant and targeted info about colleges and universities throughout the country. (i.e., the most championship teams, the greenest campuses, the most accomplished faculty, the best college towns, colleges with no tuition, etc.) Instead of getting lost in a sea of overwhelming and general information, students can hone in on the facts and stats they want when deciding where to apply for college.
A free scholarship search with over 1.7 million scholarships worth over $7 billion findtuition.com
Get the inside stats and facts about colleges right for you on InsideCollege.com insidecollege.com
PHC Journalism Scholarship – Deadline December 1, 2009
Patrick Henry College is offering scholarships for highly qualified applicants to the college’s journalism major. These privately funded scholarships will make it more financially viable for talented, dedicated young people to take advantage of the unique education opportunities available to journalism students at PHC. The application deadline is December 1, 2009. More info
Freedom and Civic Virtues
Each year, National Foundation for Women Legislators' (NFWL) and the National Rifle Association co-sponsor an academic scholarship for seven high school juniors and seniors. Winners receive a $3,000 award and are given the opportunity to attend NFWL's Annual Conference. At the conference, the scholarship recipients will have the opportunity to learn about public policy, receive leadership training, and network with lawmakers from all 50 states. Several winners said their experience through the program strengthened their passion for public service. It is important to note that in order to enter the contest all applicants must be sponsored by a woman legislator from their respective state in. Sponsoring legislators of the awardees will receive an NFWL travel scholarship to attend the Annual Conference in exchange for their participation in the entire conference with their student.
Application Deadline: July 30th, by which time essays must be received or postmarked to NFWL.
Contact: The NFWL office at 202-293-3040, ext. 1005, firstname.lastname@example.org
College Plus Scholarship
To inspire your student to earn dual credit or their fully accredited college degree—without debt—CollegePlus! , has launched a nationwide scholarship contest. Click here for complete scholarship details and how your student can enter the contest.
If you are dual enrolling – doing high school and college during the high school years, click here for more information.