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This week's podcast episode features an interview with HCS member Heather Jensen regarding AP testing and other preparations for homeschooled college-bound students.Summary of the five steps in registering for an AP test as explained in this episode.Step 1  Decide which AP exam or exams you want.  You’ll want to look at the list of 38 exams on the AP section of the College Board website.Step 2   Find a school that is offering the specific subject test that you want. This means finding a public or private school that is offering an AP course in your subject.  If they offer that course, then they will offer that test.Step 3 Get permission from the AP coordinator to let your student test with their school.Step 4  Pay the fee.Step 5 Get a Join Code from the AP coordinator and plug it in online. Contact us: hcspodcast@hcssd.org Graphics & Show Produced by Lilia Sepulveda Music by Alex_MakeMusic from Pixabay
This episode discusses of the myth of falling behind in a homeschool context. This includes an encouragement and challenge for homeschooling parents to ensure we set aside the time and oversight required to help our students succeed.   Contact us: hcspodcast@hcssd.org Graphics & Show Produced by Lilia Sepulveda Music by Alex_MakeMusic from Pixabay
This week's podcast features four HCS alumni students addressing various questions that both students and parents submitted. Tune in to hear how some of our HCS alumni were impacted by homeschooling generally and homeschooling through HCS specifically. Credits:Graphics & Show Produced by Lilia SepulvedaMusic by Alex_MakeMusic from Pixabay Contact us: hcspodcast@hcssd.org Graphics & Show Produced by Lilia Sepulveda Music by Alex_MakeMusic from Pixabay
In this episode, Principal Vicki Stormoen and Producer Lilia Sepulveda address some common objections to homeschooling and the misconception that homeschooling is the new kid on the block. Listen in as Principal Vicki gives us a brief history of the birth of public education in America and how it has fared academically in comparison to homeschooling.Resources:National Home Education Research Institute Homeschool FactsGraphics & Show Produced by Lilia SepulvedaMusic by Alex_MakeMusic from Pixabay and Music by Muzaproduction from Pixabay Contact us: hcspodcast@hcssd.org Graphics & Show Produced by Lilia Sepulveda Music by Alex_MakeMusic from Pixabay
Morning Basket Time

Morning Basket Time

2022-08-2216:02

In this episode, Principal Vicki Stormoen discusses the first day of school traditions and creating a "morning basket" time in your homeschool routine. HCS Happenings, reducing tuition, and a reminder of member reports is also covered.Graphics & Show Produced by Lilia SepulvedaMusic by Alex_MakeMusic from Pixabay and Music by Muzaproduction from Pixabay Contact us: hcspodcast@hcssd.org Graphics & Show Produced by Lilia Sepulveda Music by Alex_MakeMusic from Pixabay
HCS Podcast Kickoff

HCS Podcast Kickoff

2022-08-0712:16

In this kickoff episode, HCS Principal Vicki Stormoen introduces the Homeschool Talk with HCS podcast which includes upcoming HCS Happenings and a homeschooling encouraging word to start your school year. Credits:Graphics & Show Produced by Lilia SepulvedaMusic by Alex_MakeMusic from Pixabay Contact us: hcspodcast@hcssd.org Graphics & Show Produced by Lilia Sepulveda Music by Alex_MakeMusic from Pixabay
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