A directory of ‘real’ educational resources for the liberty-minded household. This is a community driven directory, however Parents For Liberty has given each listing its stamp of approval. We encourage you to contribute, it’s free!
We use the term ‘school’ merely because this is a common expression. Home education directory is a more accurate description of this resource.
Our goal is to create the most useful home education directory on the internet.
Article on Homeschool.com, written in 2005, but still applicable. There are interiews with admissions officers at Harvard, Purdue, and the University of Texas that give excellent advice to homeschooling families with college-bound students.
This list is not complete, but is meant to give you enough examples to determine the kinds of policies most universities/colleges use in regards to students who have been educated wholly or in part at home. The creator of this list lives in Canada so there are several Canadian schools listed, but the vast majority are American schools.
The Fall 2004 edition of The Journal of College Admission, a quarterly publication by the National Association for College Admission Counseling is comprised almost entirely of articles related to college-bound homeschool students. Some are from the point of view of college admissions officers trying to come up with solutions to the new (2003) mandates that they not discriminate against those educated at home in favor of those coming from traditional high school environments. Others are from the parents’ or students’ point of view.