Creating a high school transcript is easy yet a vital part of your child’s high school records. In this interactive, practical seminar you’ll create a transcript that can be used as a pattern when designing your own. We’ll guide you through transcript essentials, evaluation of credit, grading guidelines and scales, and calculation of grade point averages (GPA’s). In addition, you’ll receive sample transcripts depicting other formats for you to consider.
Homeschooling through high school might seem intimidating. Be encouraged! These can be the most enjoyable and influential years you have with your teen. This seminar will help you develop a comprehensive 7-12th grade plan, starting with a strong academic foundation that includes what subjects to teach and when. We’ll also discuss how to individualize your student’s plan based on his or her post-graduation goals, and ideas to include outside of academics that keep your student engaged. Parents and students alike will gain understanding and confidence as they see the big picture unfold. Teens are invited!
Wouldn’t it be great to earn money and learn important life skills that are needed every day in adult life? A micro business can help you do that! Presenter Carol Topp, CPA has encouraged hundreds of teenagers to start a micro business and has seen them learn a lot about real life. She’ll offer tips to get you started on launching a viable micro business. Teenagers and their parents are encouraged to attend together.
How do you plan a program for your high school homeschooler? What subjects do you teach and when? Do you follow a basic high school plan, a general college prep plan, or a rigorous college prep plan? How do you evaluate credits? Determine grades for a course? What about the need for a transcript and diploma? If you are just beginning to think about homeschooling during the high school years, this seminar will help you organize your thoughts and begin laying the groundwork for a viable four—year plan.
Are you in a quandary as to what tests your teens need to take during high school? Do you know the array of possible tests from college admissions tests to tests for college credit, placement, or military enlistment to tests necessary for certain scholarships to even career tests? When should they be taken? Where? How can your teen prepare for them? Come and get these questions answered.
As your child grows older, you may be considering high school at home — but you’ve got your doubts! Why is homeschooling high school a crucial decision for your teen? How is it possible? What help is available? We’ll answer your questions; but more importantly, we’ll encourage and challenge you to explore the steps you should take as you weigh the possibility of teaching high school at home.
For preventative maintenance during the high school years, learn what important “to-dos” and deadlines to keep in mind. Major pit stops will include information about various tests, benefits and sources of outside classes, college search and application tips, alternatives to traditional college, and career and post high school paths.
Why do people reject the reliability of the Bible? The reason is not the common objections that people give; rather it is because they “suppress the truth in unrighteousness.” (Romans 1:18) Christians should be able to answer those objections. Christians should also be able to recognize the seven habits that people develop in suppressing the truth, which are listed in Romans 1:21-23. Come see these seven habits come to life through interviews with non-Christians on a college campus. Learn how you, too, can give a defense of your faith in gentleness and reverence. (1 Peter 3:15)
The sad fact is that droves of graduating high school and college students are entering the workforce ill-equipped to deal with the realities of the new economy. Is your student one of them? Does your student know how business works or will they be forced to accept a career or vocation that they don't love just to pay off a mountain of student loans? The great news is that many parents are discovering that students even as young as 12 years old can start preparing for a bright future that sets them on a path for financial freedom and gives them powerful knowledge and an extra advantage that can propel them to fully use all that God has gifted them with. Learn from award-winning business author and teacher John F. Hunt as he reveals 5 business essentials every student needs to understand BEFORE they graduate and enter the "real world.”
As parents, we have chosen to disciple our children to grow and walk with the Lord, but now we are preparing them to be salt and light in a needy world. This session focuses on explaining the most pivotal moral, religious, and cultural viewpoints of the Western World, including Humanism, New Age, Postmodernism, and Islam. Sam Youngs will not only describe key facets and thinkers within these worldviews, but will also discuss how students (in particular at the college level) can apply this knowledge in a critical yet Christ-affirming manner. This session is deeply needful for soon-to-be college students and their parents.
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