- Paperback: 376 pages
- Publisher: LeeWay USA; 1 edition (May 25, 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0997573457
- ISBN-13: 978-0997573459
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.8 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 3 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #956,380 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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College Planning Using Dual Enrollment: Optimizing High School for College Admission & Financial Aid 1st Edition
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About the Author
Kathe Lee is America's foremost authority on getting in and getting it paid for. A graduate of Southern Methodist University with degrees in psychology and transformative mediation, Kathe is a homeschool mom, award-winning science teacher, and director of LeeWay Academy in Dallas, Texas. LeeWay Academy is a one-of-a-kind high school that proves Kathe's philosophy year after year by turning out relaxed, successful graduates with an honors diploma and a fast track to the college of their choice -- without college debt! Kathe Lee is a highly sought after lecturer, writer, and paid consultant to hundreds of educational organizations. She confers with colleges to reduce stress induced drop out and help students find their ideal career path. Kathe Lee consults with elite private high schools on how to increase their students acceptance rates to top universities through customization, AP testing, CLEP, and dual enrollment. LeeWay students have been admitted to every major university in 16 countries with unprecedented financial aid success.
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The author, a neuropsychologist, spent years planning her own (homeschooled) kids' paths thru college and then went on to help so many other families do the same. She has years & years of experience, and is connected with many folks in the academic world who are part of the process of college admissions, scholarships, student financial aid, etc.
Anyone who reads this book and follows her planning advice can successfully guide their child through the dilemma of high school course planning, SAT/ACT test taking , admissions reqts and creating a path that opens up more opportunities for college scholarships.
For those needing more information and Kathe Lee's personal expertise, she offers consulting services ( LeeWay Academy), from high school/college planning to transcript optimization for homeschoolers. Our friends have consulted with her over the years as each of their children entered high school, and they rave about the plethora of information and guidance that has helped their students get on course to college acceptance. Her guidance helped them establish ideal academic records which in turn eanred the students substantial amounts of scholarship money.
Through her website, the author also offers subscriptions to CrowFly, a service to help parents & their middle/high school students stay on top of deadlines such as when to take PSATs, ACT, SAT, college applications etc.
This book is a gem!
As a homeschool mom utilizing dual enrollment this book was exceedingly helpful, and legitimizing, to my methodology. And quite plainly Kathe's words offer comfort, insight, and calm in an otherwise very anxiety-provoking experience. Tips on how to advocate for your student, "permission" to relax and focus on "success" and "life goals" (and not school, or exams), dispelling myths and correcting misinformation, were a key points that resonated with my family. This book is a valuable resource for any homeschooling parent, or any parent looking to utilize DE to help their student stand-out, get done, or get money for college.