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Lee Binz, The HomeScholar

Best selling author, conference speaker and homeschool consultant, Lee specializes in helping parents homeschool high school with excellence. Take a look around. I'm certain you will find the help you need!

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One Uncommonly Challenging Struggle November 2015 By Lee Binz The HomeScholar You've reached senior year and you're contemplating the Common Application, used by over 600 colleges and universities. How can one application possibly fit all the possible combinations of st

October 2015Lee BinzThe HomeScholar AP - SAT - CLEP – Making Sense of the Acronym Avalanche There are many different high school subject tests to choose from. Perhaps you have already heard about the AP Test or AP classes from your homeschool group. Maybe you have he

Home Field AdvantageBetter Homeschooling through Football September 2015By Lee BinzThe HomeScholar Professional football players know their game is a metaphor for life. As we embark on the new football season, some of us die-hard fans might become engrossed by what’s

The Perfect Launch Formula for Raising Happy AdultsHow to Successfully Launch Adult Children (or Die Trying)   August 2015 By Lee Binz The HomeScholarYou may be reading this article because you think I have all the answers and can bestow them on you. Well, you’re hal

6 Ways to Declare Homeschool Independence July 2015By Lee BinzThe HomeScholar Celebrate your inalienable right to homeschool your way! Declare your homeschool independence and keep life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness at the center of your homeschool! Declare Sign

Homeschooling at Peace Inside the Bell-Shaped CurveIt is time for a kindness revolution in homeschooling June 2015 By Lee Binz The HomeScholarIn the fictional town of Lake Wobegon, the children are all above average.  Every parent would like to think their own children