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List of good things to have on a Homeschool Resume for Top Colleges

FindingSucessFindingSucess Registered User Posts: 7 New Member
Hi everyone,
I will be homeschooling starting in the next couple of days
I will be withdrawing from my public school right now (almost end of 1st quarter sophmore year)
Do top colleges look at the classes I have taken because I know the importance of Ap classes and know that honor classes are a benefit to public high school but unfortunately most online high school (or rather the online high school diploma program I'm taking only has 3 ap programs) does not offer honors or ap classes so I intend to take the ap exam to prove that I have been studying rigorously. Is not taking any ap classes and honor classes a disadvantage? Because I'm unable to take the classes that are not provided. I'm trying to get into the top ivy leagues, what will they think?
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