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Giveaway Week 2: Total Transcript Solution & Guide to College Admission


Update: Congratulations to Corrine, who won a Total Transcript Solution for her review of Jim Weiss Storytelling CDs, and to Arwen Weisser, who won The HomeScholar Guide to College Admission and Scholarships for her review of Calvert. Our next giveaway is for a one year subscription to

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Our 2014 Homeschool Giveaways event is underway and this week we have 2 great prizes from The HomeScholar: Total Transcript Solution, a wonderful resource to help you assign credits and create transcripts for your high school student, and The HomeScholar Guide to College Admission and Scholarships, a guide to applying and paying for college.

Entering is easy – just visit our Homeschool Curriculum Reviews area and post a short (but original) review of a homeschool resource that you have used. It need only be a few sentences, but your feedback might help someone make a better decision about whether it will work for them.

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Total Transcript Solution

Total Transcript SolutionThis complete resource for creating your student’s high school transcripts will give you the confidence and tools required to get the job done. You will save money, time and frustration by doing it yourself instead of relying on accreditation agencies and certified teachers. Transcript Troubles Solved! Now YOU can get your high school transcript for homeschoolers that will help your child’s college dreams come true, without spending a thin dime on so-called accreditation agencies. Without having to follow inflexible programs that hamstring your homeschool and beat the joy of learning right out of your child. Lee’s mission is to show you how. (See Mary Ann’s testimonial here.)

The HomeScholar Guide to College Admission and Scholarships

There’s nothing more stressful to parents than college admission and scholarships. Many parents question whether it’s even possible to find a college that is satisfying to both parent and child, a college that will love their student and offer them scholarships to attend. The HomeScholar Guide to College Admission and Scholarships: Homeschool Secrets to Getting Ready, Getting In and Getting Paid puts these concerns soundly to rest. Author Lee Binz shares the principles she followed to help her own students achieve admission and full tuition scholarships to their first-choice universities. Learn the secrets to successfully navigate the college process from start to finish, including selecting a college, negotiating college fairs, earning merit-based scholarships, and marketing your student effectively. Receive gentle encouragement and practical help from Lee Binz, a homeschool coach and mentor who really understands. Relax and enjoy a casual conversation, sprinkled with scripture, humor, valuable tips, and quotes from The Princess Bride! Whether you’re looking at college entrance for your first graduate or want to do better with your next child, you will find countless treasures in this book.

One lucky winner will win each of these resources. Winners will be announced on Thursday, March 27.

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Mary Ann Kelley

Mary Ann Kelley lives in Virginia with her husband and has two grown daughters, both homeschool graduates. Mary Ann, who homeschooled off and on for 16 years, believes in school choice as well as allowing children to direct their own learning with guidance and input from their parents. Interviews with Mary Ann have been featured on HuffPost and in the Free Lance-Star newspaper. Her desire is to encourage parents and children to take personal responsibility for their own educational options and choices. In her free time, Mary Ann enjoys reading, cooking (check out her free meal plans), traveling, and genealogy.

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