Absolutely. More and more universities recognize that homeschoolers are a great asset to their institution. Many universities have specific procedures for handling homeschool applications. Some homeschoolers attend community college in high school and can use those transcripts as proof of ability or even to receive college credit. Homeschoolers have been accepted into every prestigious university in the US.
It depends on the state. In Florida, any adult can homeschool the child with the parent or guardian's consent.
absolutely not. Education is a requirement a law..be it private, public or homeschool. Parents do not get paid or funded to homeschool their children nor are their any tax break for homeschoolers.
any collage you want
Yes, you have your brothers and sisters. You also have any of your friends that homeschool. They can have classes with you. There are also homeschool groups that get together.
A collage is an artistic piece made from mixed media, often cut out images and found items. No one needs TRAINING to PARTICIPATE in creating a collage.
Yes, you can homeschool for any standard examination, although many homeschoolers do not choose to follow mainstream examinations and tests.
There is no need on any specific software to be a homeschool student. http://www.homeschool-how-to.com/start-homeschooling.html here are what you have to do to start homeschooling.
Yup! For almost any college or organization, a homeschool high school diploma is just as good as one from a public or private school.
Homeschoolskedtrack.com in my opinion, a good website to find a homeschool online. It offers places to schedule in vacations and holidays. It also allows you to access your schooling from any computer at any time!
No. A homeschool high school diploma earned even after meeting all required courses by your state would not be accredited. If you have accreditation that means you have some institution that has examined your program and has deemed it worthy of their mark or name. So no, a homeschool does not carry any accreditation by any institution.
You don't need any, but it could help you by teaching you business skills.
No, the noun 'collage' is a common noun, a general word for a type of art; a word for any collage of any kind.A proper noun is the name of title of a specific person, place, or thing; for example, Collage Artists of America(organization) in Studio City, CA or Raoul Hausmann's 'Merz' (a collage).