High School(9-12), Higher Learning/College, Jr. High(7-8), Online Resources, Spirit of Prophecy, Websites

Free Adventist Learning Community Course ~ Steps to Christ

Interested in an in-depth study of Steps to Christ?  The Adventist Learning Community or ALC, is featuring a free course on the book, Steps to Christ led by Pastor Denis Fortin, a pastor at Andrews University.    The self-paced course includes activities and quiz questions.  The student will also create a journal for chapter reflections.

 

The ALC, an initiative of the North American Division is a Seventh-day Adventist educational platform designed to provide continuing education courses, teaching courses, ministerial training, and  uniquely Adventist content for the church community and beyond.  To learn more about the Adventist Learning Community and the Steps to Christ course, click HERE or on the image above.

High School(9-12), Higher Learning/College, Planning/Scheduling

Financial Aid Webinar – Walla Walla University

Walla Walla University is hosting an online financial aid webinar this week.  You have two opportunities to participate. Don’t dismiss this webinar because your student is not planning to attend Walla Walla University.   The webinars will cover the process of applying for financial aid to most college and universities, grants, scholarships, and affordability of a Christian education.     BOTH of the hour-long webinars will be on Wednesday, November 8th at 4pm and 7pm PST.    Click the links or the image above to register today!

High School(9-12), Higher Learning/College, Polls, Websites

High Schoolers – Weimar Insititute wants to hear from you!

Weimar Institute, a self supporting Seventh-day Adventist college in California, is in the process of evaluating new degree program options for strategic planning purposes.  Weimar Institute would like to survey Adventist homeschool high school students to find out if any of the programs they are considering would be of interest to them.

weimar Adventist homeschool high school students are of particular importance to Weimar because a very large percentage of our college students were homeschooled for much or all of their education before coming to college at Weimar.

All Adventist homeschoolers in grades 9-12 are invited to participate in Weimar’s online survey found HERE: https://www.surveymonkey.com/ r/T9H9B2M   The questionnaire takes 5-7 minutes to complete and is confidential.

online-survey-icon-or-logoThis is an excellent opportunity for high schoolers to let their voice be heard!  Please share with the Adventist homeschool high schoolers you know and encourage them to participate.

 

 

High School(9-12), Higher Learning/College

Free College Prep Webinar- Feb. 11th

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Southern Adventist University

presents a free webinar

College Prep 101

Webinar for Home School Students and Parents

on Thursday, February 11th at 4pm EST.

Topics Include:

  • Scholarships, FAFSA, & other financial aid
  • Key elements needed on a high school transcript
  • Community college vs 4-year university
  • Required testing (ACT, SAT)
  • SmartStart
  • Important deadlines
  • Q&A session*
  • + more!

 

Please RSVP by emailing webinar host Shana Michalek at
smichalek@southern.edu or click the link below.
Webinar link will be sent to you after you RSVP.

The deadline to RSVP is February 10.
For more information, call 423.236.2568.

Click here to RSVP

High School(9-12), Higher Learning/College, Support Systems

College Webinar Today!

Don’t forget that Kaylene Chadwick, undergraduate admissions counselor at Andrews University, will be presenting a “Preparing for College” webinar today!

today-calendar-11.jpgTo make sure you are ready at 1 pm EST- download Zoom prior to the event.  Here is a reminder of the login information:

Log In (Thursday, November 12 from 1 pm to 3 pm EST):

  Webinar ID: 237 817 924

The “Preparing for College” webinar will focus on the following areas:

  • Finances—don’t settle! Learn how your child can afford the college of their choice.
  • Academics—learn which courses are right for your child and how they can be academically ready.
  • Mentally prepared—every new educational phase is different. Discover the best way for your child to make the transition!
  • Q & A segment—a chance for you and your child to ask questions and prompt additional discussions.
Higher Learning/College, Special Projects

Learn How Your Child Can Prepare for College & Careers from a Biblical Perspective

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Mark Your Calendars!

Have you and your child discussed their plans and goals for college? Have you considered what God is calling them to do? It’s never too early to gather information and see what options your child has. Andrews University is offering “Preparing for College,” a webinar designed and created to give you and your child the knowledge they need to stay on the right track. The webinar is being offered to parents and students as part of our commitment to guide our future leaders as they learn to serve others and follow God’s plan for their future.

 The “Preparing for College” webinar will focus on the following areas:

  • Finances—don’t settle! Learn how your child can afford the college of their choice.
  • Academics—learn which courses are right for your child and how they can be academically ready.
  • Mentally prepared—every new educational phase is different. Discover the best way for your child to make the transition!
  • Q & A segment—a chance for you and your child to ask questions and prompt additional discussions.
  • And much, much more!

Log In (Thursday, November 12 from 1 pm to 3 pm EST):

  • Webinar is accessed through Zoom: download here
  • Click the link to join the webinar: https://andrews.zoom.us/j/237817924
  • OR join by phone: +1 415 762 9988 (US Toll) or +1 646 568 7788 (US Toll)
    • Webinar ID: 237 817 924

 Join Kaylene, admissions counselor in undergraduate admissions, on Thursday, November 12 from 1 pm to 3 pm EST. Mark-_Your_Calendars-291x300

 RSVP at kaylene@andrews.edu and reserve your spot today! 

 

Questions? 

 

Contact us!

 

E: kaylene@andrews.edu

P: 269.471.6718

 

Higher Learning/College

My Homeschooler & SDA Colleges: What Do I Need to Know?

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One of the most frequently asked questions we get from parents of middle and high school-aged homeschoolers is about SDA college admissions.   We’ve reached out to the admissions directors and they have responded!  We have two great sources of information.

Rob Weaver of the Association of Adventist Colleges and Universities  gave a wonderfully informative presentation at our  homeschool meetup at General Conference this past July.  His presentation materials have been uploaded to the AACU website.  You can download a copy of the admissions requirements for homeschoolers in non-accredited or alternative  programs HERE.   Please take the time to read over the entire page. There is a wealth of important information available there.

Kaylene Chadwick, the homeschool admissions counselor at Andrews University will be presenting a 2 hour online webinar for SDA homeschoolers and their parents on Thursday, November 12th at 1pm EST.   Mark your calendars now for this event.  We will share the webinar link information as the date gets closer.