ACT, SAT confirm strengths of home-schooling
Parents carefully consider many factors when deciding to teach their children at home rather than sending them to school.
One issue they apparently don’t have to worry any more than parents of traditionally educated children is getting their child into a quality college.
Most colleges, even those in the Ivy League, accept home-schooled freshmen based on their scores of basic entrance tests such as the ACT and SAT. Some require the submission of a portfolio of schoolwork in addition to any essays and recommendations required of all applicants. A few require the more comprehensive SAT II tests. Read more…