Homeschool Minnesota MÂCHÉ


Minnesota Association of Christian Home Educators

High School and Beyond

Teacher: Cheri Frame

When: April 16, 2020, 9:30am - 4:15pm

Where: Mayo Civic Center, Suite 106


"Teaching anything past the basic reading, writing, and 'rithmetic is rather intimidating, to say the least! So how will I ever make it through calculus, chemistry, and college entrance exams?"

We've all thought this at one time or another.

The four "High School and Beyond" sessions are for parents getting ready to teach their middle and high school children who are on the verge of launching out into their future.

You'll receive lots of practical help and insight on how to make homeschool high school work for your student. You'll leave these workshops with confidence that you can do this and that your children will be prepared to make a Godly impact in the world.  Stay the course during the time when your children are changing from childhood to adulthood, and need your guidance and Godly wisdom the most!

Students are encouraged to attend these sessions with their parents. Registration begins on January 1, 2020.

CHERI FRAME is a veteran homeschool parent and the founder of Credits Before College. She and her husband Tim live in Minnesota and home-schooled their three children K-12. Their experience serving as missionaries for one year at an international school in Indonesia inspired the mission behind Credits Before College: To help students graduate without debt so they can pursue where God leads. Through her extensive research and guidance, their children graduated from college early and debt-free. As a speaker, author, and consultant, Cheri specializes in advising for high school, college and career. You can find more information at

Session 1

(9:30am - 10:45am)

🎓 Homeschool through High School with Confidence

Homeschooling through high school might seem intimidating but be encouraged! These can be the most enjoyable and influential years you have with your teens. This workshop takes the guess work out of what academics you should build into your 7-12th grade plan and helps you explore electives and activities that can customize your students' high school years to meet their graduation goals. Teens are encouraged to attend.


Session 2

(11:00am - 12:15pm)

🎓 Career Exploration for Teens

Career Exploration might just be one of the most important elements of your teen’s high school experience. Yet many will graduate still uncertain about what to study in college or what career to pursue. Determining avocation starts with understanding God’s design for work and how they are specially designed to fit in His plan. This seminar helps students identify how to find their best-fit career options and equips parents with thesteps and resources to walk alongside and be their students’ very best career coach. Teens are encouraged to attend.


Session 3

(1:30pm - 2:45pm)

🎓 Jump Start College with CLEP

Cut the cost of college tuition in half! This popular workshop will share how to accelerate the first two years ofcollege by earning credit for subjects your student may already be studying in high school. The College Board’sCollege Level Examination Program (CLEP) is a nationally recognized credit-by-exam program that offers 33 exams, for less than $100 each, allowing students to test out of courses generally taken the first two years of college. Whether your student is gifted, motivated, or looking for purpose, this workshop will help them save time and money earning their college degree. Teens are encouraged to attend.


Session 4

(3:00pm - 4:15pm)

🎓 Simple Transcripts and Record Keeping

Transcripts are not just for college – every student needs one. How to begin? What to include? Understand the essentials of record keeping, the five types of records to keep, how to grade, evaluate credits, and prepare a professional looking high school transcript. Teens are invited!

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