College at Home? It just makes CENTS.
One of the easiest ways to save money is to not spend it in the first place.
Think for a moment. Where does your money go? How do you invest financially in your kids? Are you preparing for the future?
Let’s face it. More often than not, our choices in life come right down to that five-letter word – money. We all need it. We spend it every day. We cannot function without it. However, if you are like me, you like to find deals and save it!
Spending less is always better than spending more, right?
College costs a LOT of cents. How about spending under $10,000 on a four-year degree? Fully accredited. 100% legit. And YOU get to be Professor Parent.
The C Word
Are you educating your little ones at home? They won’t be little for long, as we all well know. It’s never too early to start thinking about high school and the big C word.
The good news is, despite our many critics, a large number of universities adore homeschooled kids. We’re smart, responsible, capable, what’s not to love? The bad news is, it still costs a LOT of cents. Because most things do eventually come back to money, we have to ask:Is it worth it?
The average debt a college student will walk away with is $26,000. Ouch. That’s just the average. Some are paying as much for a college education as others pay for their house.
Sadly, statistics reveal that at least half of college grads are underemployed and as little as 25% are actually working in the field related to their major. So, is it worth it? While it may be prudent in many cases to earn a degree, perhaps the traditional manner of earning it is ineffective for some of us.
What if you could give your child a college education before they graduate high school and all for about as much as you spend each month on your electric bill?
College in High School
Here’s the skinny. Some students need to attend University. Doctors. Engineers. Lawyers. Etc. On the other hand, some students can easily obtain a degree and never attend a class.
By a method referred to as an accelerated degree or credit by examination. Simply put, your child can earn college credit for material studied at home in high school for a fraction of the cost.
In fact, it is possible to earn enough credit for a four-year degree by the time you graduate high school!
Today’s college scene is some learning, some experience, and a LOT of cents. This may be what some students need and they should go for it! There are different routes to education that can sometimes better meet the needs of the individual and their unique God-given calling. This is likely one reason you homeschool in the first place. So why should that focus vanish at the close of the senior year?
Ironically, there are a growing number of employers bypassing college grads for those without degrees. It is definitely time to reconsider the nuts and bolts of higher education.
What to Do?
Hi, I’m Ashney! I am a homeschool grad and successful entrepreneur. In 2009, I earned my bachelor’s degree in one year for $8,000. Guess what? I actually enjoyed this whole process! I am weird like that. I scheduled my study time when I wanted and got to choose my own curriculum (mostly). College work was a blast for me and I think it should be for you too!
No College Debt is a unique material I wrote to educate families on earning an accelerated degree while in high school, during the typical college years, or later in life. Flexibility reigns here. Earning a fully accredited degree does not have to break the bank or take years away from other life endeavors!
This material will take you step-by-step through the process of earning a degree largely utilizing the examination method, as well as some online/local classes. No College Debt is full of detailed information to help you take charge of your college education.
For under $10,000 and in as little as one year, you could hold your diploma in hand. Our material is the only guide you need for earning an accelerated degree. We are passionate about education and helping people know their options!
Would you like to explore more about college at home? Good choice. It just makes CENTS.