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Classical Kids Events

Homeschooling the College-Bound Student - online
Live online series
DATE(S): Apr 26, 2015 - May 10, 2015
TIME(S): 4:00-5:30 PM est
LOCATION: See description for location information.
AGES: 21 and older
DESCRIPTION: This workshop will address the principal concerns home-educators have about homeschooling through high school:
  • The high school curriculum: credits, assigning grades, AP tests and scores, college courses, online courses, and courses just done at home.
  • Applying to college: transcripts & record keeping, testing, the common app, admissions and homeschooling, also college visits, interviews, what to consider when choosing a school, merit aid vs. need-blind, early action vs. early decision, and more.

There will also be time for Q&A.

What you'll get: All the information you need to

  • create and manage a homeschool high school curriculum;
  • generate a high school transcript and supporting documentation;
  • plan for and complete college applications.


  • Hands-on templates for all the most important documentation, useful websites, guidelines, and more.

    You'll walk away with tools that will save you hundreds of hours of work and help present your student in the best light.

    About the facilitator
    Diane Speed, founder of the Classical Kids Network and homeschooler for more than a dozen years, created and will present this workshop. To read her complete biography, use link below.

  • WEB SITE: http://hscollegebound.com/hscbs.htm
    RSVP: See description for contact information.
    COST: $ 150.  includes printed materials and workbook. Payment of your fee ensures your space in the program.
    POSTED: by Diane Speed on Jan 31, 2015

    Kids Forum - Bethel
    DATE(S): May 11, 2015
    TIME(S): 3:30-5:15 or so
    LOCATION: The Blue Cottage at 17 Long Meadow Lane in Bethel, CT
    AGES: All ages
    DESCRIPTION: For more than a decade, Classical Kids has organized this gathering that allows students of all ages to present some of the subjects they study at home. This forum is a time for kids to share their insights and inspire each other. Children are invited to share any of their ongoing work; for example, a child may recite a poem, share a book report and illustration, or share something interesting about a history subject. Children studying music are welcome to bring their instruments to play.

    Student presentation running time suggestions:

    • Children Pre-K-K: 2 minutes
    • Children Grades 1-6: 6 minutes
    • Children Grades 7-12: 12 minutes

    Each Forum will include one presentation that is 15 minutes in length. A presentation with this duration must be reserved in advance. Children of any age are eligible for such a time slot, but only once per child per school year, please. To reserve such a slot for your child, please contact Diane Speed at email address below.

    Please RSVP if you plan to attend. Space is limited.

    The Classical Kids homeschool group welcomes all homeschoolers regardless of race, creed, or religion.

    For tips and suggestions of how to best prepare your child for a presentation at the Kids Forum, see document: Preparing Your Child for the Kids Forum, in the CK Publications area of the library. The link is listed below.

    This Classical Kids - Bethel event appears in Kids Activities & Athletics of the Classical Kids website. It also appears in the Classical Kids event listings.

    WEB SITE: http://www.classicalkids.net/library_list.cfm?CAT=18
    RSVP: Contact Jean Greenberg via email: JeanGreenberg@hotmail.com
    COST: Free
    POSTED: by Diane Speed on Apr 13, 2015