Tomorrow’s the deadline to register for Letourneau University’s Homeschool Symposium 2012. The event, just for homeschoolers, will be held July 15-18, 2012 in Longview, Texas. Participants will learn about university life, worship together, check out the campus, and hang out with other homeschooled students. While their participation is not required, families are also welcome to attend.
LETU boasts the single largest endowment solely dedicated to homeschool students ever established. More than 18% of the student body were homeschooled. To register for the Homeschool Symposium, or for more information, visit http://letu.edu/_Admissions/HomeSchoolSymposium. To learn about LETU’s homeschool scholarship, as well as other homeschool scholarships, visit our List of Homeschool Scholarships page.
Congratulations to the Sonlight Homeschool Scholarship winners for 2011! Sonlight will award a total of $92,000 to 13 graduating homeschool students over the next four years. Lauren Dahl, from Romania won the $20,000 scholarship. Winners of the $10,000 scholarship are Christopher Avrit of Antioch, TN and Southeast Asia; Allison Dahl of Romania; Carol Losey of Central Asia; and Audrey Ward of Hendersonville, NC. Winners of the $4,000 scholarship are Kira Clark of North Bend, WA; Maria Cupery of Grand Rapids, MI and Turkey; Christian Daniel of Lawrenceville, GA; Caleb Little of Columbia, SC; Johanna Raquet of Beavercreek, OH; Trevor Phillips of Cary, NC; Joshua Whitman of Wichita, KS; and Natasha Parsons of Pine, CO.
Some of the colleges these students plan to attend are Cornerstone University, Lipscomb University, Colorado Christian University, Patrick Henry College, Calvin College, Auburn University, Covenant College, Clemson University, Cedarville University, LeTourneau University, and the University of Northern Colorado.
For information about Sonlight scholarships, visit our List of Homeschool Scholarships page.
Today we added a fourth Texas college that offers scholarships just for homeschooled students. Criswell College joins Houston Baptist University, Letourneau University and Tyndale Theological Seminary & Biblical Institute. For listings of scholarships available exclusively for homeschoolers, visit our Homeschool Scholarships page.
Today one of our viewers sent us the link to an incredible news story where homeschool scholarships are concerned. It’s big news, whether or not Letourneau University is in your future plans. Hopefully, it will set the stage for more colleges and universities to follow suit. The story begins as follows:
Wednesday, August 25, 2010 – 2:21pm
LONGVIEW, TX – LeTourneau University (LETU) has received a $5 million gift to establish an endowed scholarship fund for home-schooled students. The gift, from an anonymous donor, announced today at the university convocation by LETU President Dr. Dale A. Lunsford, is believed to be the single largest endowment for home-school scholarships ever established.
To read the rest of the story, visit KETKNBC.com