College without high school : a teenager's guide to skipping high school and going to college / Blake Boles.
By: Boles, Blake.Material type: BookPublisher: Gabriola Island, B.C. : New Society Publishers, �2009Description: x, 165 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780865716551; 0865716552.Subject(s): College student orientation -- United States | Universities and colleges -- United States | Education -- Aims and objectives -- United States | Universities and colleges -- United States -- Admission | College choice -- United States | College choice | College student orientation | Education -- Aims and objectives | Universities and colleges | Universities and colleges -- Admission | United States | Education -- Aims and objectives -- United States | Education -- Aims and objectives | United StatesDDC classification: 378.198
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 147-150) index.
Premises and promises -- Through the macroscope -- Launch sequence -- A note for parents -- Redefining teen -- College prep without school -- Six-hour school week -- Adventure blender -- Making the leap -- Afterword: the life unschool.
Boles shows independent teens how to self-design their high school education by becoming unschooled. The guide explains how to fulfill college admission requirements by proving five preparatory results. The author offers several suggestions for life-changing, confidence-building activities that will demonstrate those results.