Can homeschoolers go to college? How can I best prepare my child for college? How do we select a college? What should a transcript look like? What financial helps are available? What’s FAFSA and TAFSA? How can I find out about scholarships? What’s the difference between the PSAT, SAT, and ACT, and what is the CLT? Should my child take CLEP tests? What about dual credit and does it all transfer?
Get the answers to these and other important college-prep questions at the HEART of Texas College Night – a special evening designed especially for home school families with college-bound students.
Tuesday, January 21, 2020 from 6:00 – 9:30pm
Grapevine Convention Center
1209 S. Main Street, Grapevine, TX 76051
Registration/Check-In Opens: 5:30pm
First Speaking Sessions: 6pm
Exhibit Hall Opens: 7-9pm
Last Speaking Sessions End: 9:30pm
Registered and Paid on or before December 31: $10/family
Registered and Paid on or before January 17: $15/family
Register and pay at the door: $15/person (max $45/family)
To Pre-Register: https://www.heartoftex.org/events/college/familyreg/familyreg.php
Which colleges will be there (this is continually updated): http://www.heartoftex.org/events/college/attendees/
Who should attend and why? Families with students entering high school, but particularly those who are in 10th, 11th, and 12th grades. It is best to start your search early in the high school years, and begin to narrow down your selections as you near graduation. Additionally, there are several important deadlines that occur between the junior and senior year in high school, and you will want to be prepared ahead of time so there are no surprises.
Volunteers Needed!! Earn FREE admission for yourself or others in your family by volunteering at College Night!