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Help for a Homeschool MOM
I need help! I homeschool my four children and am about to graduate the oldest. She is interested in an out of state college which is way beyond our budget. She has good grades and good test scores. She is also dual enrolling in a local college with a 4.0 there and will have accumulated 30 college credits upon high school graduation. Questions: 1. How do I find available scholarships? 2. We had planned on taking the basics at a local college then transferring to the out of state school. Is it better to go as a freshman for scholarship opportunities or are there scholarships for transfer students? P.S She did not take the PSAT because I did not know about the National Merit Scholarship :-( Any advice?15 replies
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