College Bound

Tuesday, September 15, 2020, 1:00 p.m.

Do you have a homeschooled high school student who is planning to attend college? Join us for this special event just for you. Workshops will cover the basics of preparing for college admissions as well as what to expect once you arrive on campus. We will also hear from several college and university representatives and the programs they offer. Listen along with your student or on your own.

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College 101 (Marie Stout)
Your student is almost ready to apply for college. Now what? Learn to decipher Carnegie Units vs. California High School Units, and A-G for the UCs. Learn to write Course Descriptions with the Common App in mind. Navigate the testing maze. Learn how your transcript legends help your merit based financial aid. Designed for parents and students going into 9th grade and above.

College Life: Challenges and Changes for the Homeschooler (Daniel Johnson)
Choosing a college (or even whether to go) is just the beginning. Attending college can bring with it a variety of changes: more independence with more responsibility, new learning and testing modalities, changes in how you manage your time and routine, new relationships and adjustments to existing ones, and even changes to how your faith is practiced. For some, it can be overwhelming. Knowing what to expect and planning accordingly can make all the difference.

Colleges Participating

BOB JONES UNIVERSITY (3:00 – 3:10 p.m.)
A Christian, regionally accredited, liberal arts university located in Greenville, South Carolina

Obtain fully accredited state university degree (even during high school) from home for super-affordable $150/credit hour, scholarships. Virtual reality campus.

GRAND CANYON UNIVERSITY (3:20 – 3:30 p.m.)
Grand Canyon University is a private Christian university located in Phoenix, Arizona. We offer a wide range of programs at both the undergraduate and graduate levels that you can earn on campus and online.

OAK BROOK SCHOOL OF LAW (3:30 – 3:40 p.m.)
With the flexibility of distance learning and a Biblical worldview, Oak Brook College of Law is committed to equipping individuals who are willing to stand for truth and justice in the fields of law and government.

PATRICK HENRY COLLEGE (3:40 – 3:50 p.m.)
Prepares Christian men & women who will lead our nation and shape our culture by educating students according to a classical liberal arts curriculum & training them with apprenticeship methodology. We provide high academic rigor with a Biblical worldview.
PHC’s founder, constitutional attorney Michael Ferris, also established the Home School Legal Defense Association. The college is a higher education institution trusted for Biblical teaching, academic rigor, and a nurturing spiritual environment.

We are a private, 4-year Christian, Reformed, classical liberal arts college in the heart of Old Town Pasadena, CA. We are grounded in biblical truth and informed by centuries of tried and true classical learning to produce virtuous citizens.
The Witherspoon Scholars Program is a four-year adventure that entails a semester by semester ascent among the peaks of the Western and American tradition as well as the chance to travel the world and encounter the roots of your Western heritage.

UNBOUND (4:00 – 4:10 p.m.)
Conventional education forces most to start their life in debt and actively undermines faith in Christ. Unbound provides you with the tools, community, and experiences to live an extraordinary life for Christ—all while earning a bachelor’s degree.

Drone/Unmanned Technology. Curriculum leading students to being commercially licensed to fly a drone at 16 years old, multiple industry certifications, college credit and is UC A-G approved.

Word of Life is a one or two year, fully accredited, Collegiate Bible program. We have three major components to our program: Study, Life, Ministry. Our program prepares you for Life and Ministry as you immerse yourself into studying the Word of God.

Participating colleges will appear on this list as they are added to our event schedule. 

Meet the Speakers

Daniel Johnson
Johnson,DanielDaniel Johnson is a scientist by profession and a philosopher at heart. For him, faith and reason are complementary, not contradictory. He currently works in the legal field in Silicon Valley, where he is the happy husband of one wife and the proud father of their homeschooled son. He speaks and writes about various topics of interest to the Christian and homeschool communities and is the author of the book Disposable: When Dating Is Not Loving Your Neighbor.

Marie Stout
IMG_7965Marie, married to Don for 35 years, made the decision to homeschool prior to having their first child in 1986. They have 5 children, all of whom were homeschooled from kindergarten through high school and then went on to four year colleges or universities. Don and Marie have been active in the homeschooling community in various activities, including serving together on the board of a PSP, for 25 years. Additionally, Marie was a founding board member for Stoa, a national homeschooling speech and debate league. Today, Marie can be found at used curriculum sales with her daughter and daughters-in-law, looking for old favorites!