Dual Enrollment For Homeschool Students

The public schools are holding our children back from really progressing in their academic studies. Homeschooling is the best way to make sure your children have the best and most opportunities at the best jobs available, or creating their own business. Once your child has reached the high school level studies they may apply for dual enrollment in a state college and some universities, and most often it is tuition free.

When your child is 13 or 14 years old, or older, and progressing with a high school level curriculum, they may be dual enrolled at a Florida college or university as a registered Florida homeschool high school student. The college will ask for proof of he annual evaluations and also give your child an entrance/placement exam.

{for simple & true answers to homeschooling in FL, & also for annual evaluations done easily, NO stress at a rea$onable fee ($28) I am a FL Dept. of Education certified teacher/evaluator – exp. date: 6/30/21: CCTucker7@ gmail .com -no spaces of course – OR call: 786-525-3545 – cell C.C. Tucker}

Homeschooling enables us to progress our children’s academic lessons as fast as our children are able. Sunshine State Standards do not apply in any way, at all, to a registered homeschool student. Grade levels are irrelevant. Extra curricular activities; music, dance, sports, acting lessons of any kind, field trips, etc. are all up to us as the parents/homeschool/private school director. Our homeschooling children may try out and be on any team, band, etc. with the schools if you like.

Our children, homeschooling students, can graduate whenever they finish their high school level curriculum. We can make the transcripts and have them take whatever standardized tests they need. We can sign them up for taking their college entrance exams, S.A.T. or the A.C.T, in many places.

A homeschool student that I have been doing the annual evaluations for has been accepted at U.C.F as a Sophomore. He was dual enrolled at U.C.F. as a part time freshman, dual enrolled highschool junior/senior while he completed the U.C.F. freshman level classes. He completed his senior level high school curriculum this past August and, now at the age of 14 years old he is a U.C.F sophomore student.

The following link is to the Florida state dept. of education’s “Home Education & Dual Enrollment” FAQ page of their website:

http://bit.ly/QJrgBD

{for simple & true answers to homeschooling in FL, & also for annual evaluations done easily, NO stress at a rea$onable fee ($28) I am a FL Dept. of Education certified teacher/evaluator – exp. date: 6/30/21: CCTucker7@ gmail .com -no spaces of course – OR call: 786-525-3545 – cell C.C. Tucker}

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I am a home schooling parent since 1999 and a U.S. certified teacher since 1993. I am also an approved standardized test administrator. I spent 12 years full time teaching in the classrooms of public and private schools in Europe, the U.S.A. and South America, and I have been homeschooling our children with my very Wonderful, Beautiful and intelligent wife for the past 13 years, I am extremely inspired everyday to promote homeschooling and excellent home education in every way possible.

Curtis

I am a home schooling parent since 1999 and a U.S. certified teacher since 1993. I am also an approved standardized test administrator. I spent 12 years full time teaching in the classrooms of public and private schools in Europe, the U.S.A. and South America, and I have been homeschooling our children with my very Wonderful, Beautiful and intelligent wife for the past 13 years, I am extremely inspired everyday to promote homeschooling and excellent home education in every way possible.

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