Today we launch HomeschoolScholarships.org, one day after reading an inspiring article by Ellyn Davis about the potential of homeschoolers in today’s world. You can find the article entitled “A Misled, Mis-Educated Generation” by clicking here.  When we tried to find such a Web site a year ago while searching for homeschool scholarships, we came up empty. There should be more scholarships designed for homeschoolers! No question about that. We formed this site so that first, more businesses and individuals will consider providing scholarships for homeschooled students, and second, so that students will have a place to find scholarships designed specifically for them. We will begin a list this week of scholarships we know about, and count on our readers to provide new scholarships, or let us know about ones that already exist. Even a $100 scholarship helps to buy needed books.

If you’ve had experience as a homeschooled student in searching out scholarships, feel free to share your experience—successes and failures—to help others.

Younger students should check out our “Up your Chances” page to discover ways you can beef up your scholarship applications.

This site is not designed to mimic the many other sites that attempt to list every possible scholarship available. For that, we recommend you visit a site such as www. fastweb.com.

We hope you enjoy and benefit from this new site designed just for homeschoolers.

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Thursday, July 15th, 2010 Uncategorized

1 Comment to Welcome!

  1. Thank you for your efforts and for making the scholarship research process easier for homeschool students.

    I would be happy to provide a link to your site from our homeschool group page.

  2. Melanie Gomez on July 28th, 2010

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