• Consider your student’s abilities, in-
think she’s ready for college-level
• The application process often takes
longer than you anticipate, so start
university—preferably someone experienced in processing homeschool
at your umbrella school and at the uni-versity.;When;your;homeschooler;goes
classes. The dynamic personal interac-
know the teachers and their subject
material, but your student is responsi-ble;for;his;own;assignments;and;dead-lines.;You;are;not;the;go-between;for
your student and his teacher.
school to higher education a positive
tery and alleviated much of the stress
associated with beginning college. My
do college level work and with estab-
ministrators, and other students.
Dual-enrollment classes have eased
the transition for Mom and Dad, too.
Through the dual-enrollment process,
we have developed relationships with
Camille Kendall is a homeschool mother
of seven and a freelance writer. She enjoys
tending her chickens and taking long walks
on the family farm near Troy, Tennessee.
You can check out her blog, The Hurricane
Report, at hurricane-camille.blogspot.com.
Martha Kendall says dual-enrollment classes at UTM were a great experience, and that she
benefited from professors who challenged her to think in new ways.
students are an asset