“One quality we look for in all of our applicants is evidence of having taken initiative, shown an entrepreneurial spirit, and taken full advantage of opportunities. Many of our admitted homeschooled applicants have really shined in this area.” ~Matt McGann, MIT Admission
The college application process for Oak Meadow students is based on the experiences, interests and goals of each individual student. Your educational journey has been unique, and we are happy to support you through this complicated process. Need help developing a college list? Planning college visits? Preparing for an interview? Deciding which courses or standardized tests to take? Polishing your essay? Our college counselor can help you navigate the college admission maze as you look for schools that will be a great fit for you after Oak Meadow.
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Here’s what else we offer:
- Support and guidance from our experienced college counselor. With years of experience in the field, our college counselor helps you think ahead, prepare, and navigate the college admission process. This service is included in the tuition cost for enrolled students and offered at an hourly rate to all homeschoolers.
- Faculty who know you well are dedicated to writing effective, supportive letters of recommendation.
- Knowledgeble staff who manage the details for you by sending your transcripts and providing other important documents a college may request or require
- Oak Meadow college matriculation list
- HSLDA: College Information
- “Applying to College–Make It Work for You!” (In the Meadow, Oak Meadow College Counselor KD Maynard)
- 15 Key Facts about Homeschool Kids in College (The Innovative Educator, Lisa Nielson)
- BJ’s Homeschool—Our Journey Towards College (homeschool consultant, Betsy Sproger)
- High School Requirements for Educational Goals (LetsHomeschoolHighSchool.com)
- Six—Well, Seven—Pieces of Advice for College-Searching High School Seniors (Forbes, Aug. 11, 2014, Daniel R. Porterfield, PhD); Although written with traditional high school students in mind, this article contains good tips for any student heading to college.
- “The Three Q’s About College” (Homeschool.com)
- U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges
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