Links to help with students experiencing a learning difficulty

Accredited homeschool diploma option

The Homeschool Academy can help you with accreditation (even on some pre-chosen curriculum).  Click >>> here 

Career research tools

The Call Vocational & Life Purpose Guide provides an assessment of motivational gifts, major personality and behavior traits, occupational interest groups, and dynamics of thinking style. 

(303) 400-3574.  Click >>> here <<<

Bureau of Labor Statistics website >>> here <<<

U.S. Department of Labor >>> here <<<

Link to help you research requirements for college sports programs


Link to help you research requirements for the military

Military requirements

Preparing for College Entrance Exams

There are books available at your local library, bookstore, or online stores

Test Prep Courses Provided by Other Sources



Links to high school testing related to post-secondary plans and college admission

PreACT, ACT, ACT Tessera

national homeschool code (969999)

ACT Aspire

(855) 730-0400

SAT, PSAT 8/9, PSAT 10, PSAT/NMSQT, SAT Subject Tests

national homeschool code (970000)

Preparing for the SAT


Accuplacer placement test

Commonly used by community colleges and technical schools

Contact or visit prospective college advising and counseling office.

Accuplacer test preparation

Accuplacer practice app for your tablet or smartphone

Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery test (ASVAB)

Click >>> here <<< for information

Advanced Placement Courses

Find out more about what these courses are and the advantages of taking them >>> here.

Advanced Placement tests 

Click >>> here <<< for more information and to sign up for the tests.

(888) 225-5427

Credit by exam programs


(877) 471-9860


Military personnel and spouses

verify eligibility and review funding for DSST or CLEP exams provided by DANTES

More information >>> here <<<

Veterans eligible for the Post 9/11 GI Bill

research benefit eligibility for DSST and/or CLEP test funding

More information >>> here <<<

Links for Diploma alternatives

GED  or 877-392-6433

HiSET or 855-694-4738

TASC or 888-282-0589

College search websites uses tables for comparisons provides opportunity to search by area

College comparison websites

(Some of these sites also have scholarship information!) compares schools, calculates admissions chances, and financial aid helps keep a running list of schools for which your teen is interested gives you insight on statistics related to student life and progress allows you to enter preferences and rate your preferences see reviews and ratings on various academic areas, safety, and campus life helps with application timelines and getting organized for college

College Hunch app for your tablet or smart phone. 

Alternative college path


Federal TRIO program

Click >>> here <<< for more information and eligibility for disadvantaged students

Scholarship opportunities, grants, and loans

Government student loans and grants


Athletic scholarship

Scholly app app

Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) Scholarships

Air Force ROTC



Marine ROTC

Veterans Service Organization Scholarships

American Legion


Paralyzed Veterans of America

Veterans of Foreign Wars

U.S. Department of Education Grants

Financial aid and student loan options

Click >>> here <<< to check for eligibility for student aid requirements for homeschool students

Federal student loans

Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) free application

MyStudentAid app

Financial literacy for students

Investing advice for college students


HSLDA (Home School Legal Defense Association)

P.O. Box 159

Paeonia Springs, VA 20219

(540) 338-5600

Other Miscellaneous Homeschool Related Links

(In alphabetical order)

CRHE (Coalition for Responsible Home Education)

Homeschool Facts

My Homeschool Hub

Teaching Kids about Money Management

This listing of resources, links, and organizations are for information / research purposes only and does not imply endorsement by Inspirational Homeschooling.