Lee Binz is The HomeScholar, www.thehomescholar.com. Her mission is “helping parents homeschool high school.” Lee and her husband Matt homeschooled their two boys, Kevin and Alex, from elementary through High School. Upon their graduation, both boys received four-year, full tuition scholarships from their first choice university. This enables Lee to pursue her dream job – encouraging parents to homeschool their children through high school.
Lee is the author of Setting the Records Straight: How to Craft Homeschool Transcripts and Course Descriptions for College Admission and Scholarships. Her help with homeschool transcripts (www.TotalTranscriptSolution.com) and course descriptions (www.ComprehensiveRecordSolution.com) teach parents how to create high school transcripts for every homeschooling style. Lee offers individual consultations and her online Gold Care Club is the world’s most convenience high school support group. She loves speaking at homeschool conventions and her dynamic presentations leave parents feeling confident and capable.
Lee has a variety of free resources available to everyone, with support to match any parent’s learning style (www.thehomescholar.com/homeschool-freebies.php) She has a free monthly newsletter, free weekly office hours, free daily blog posts, and free available minicourses and webinars. Her articles are free for use by homeschool support groups, so they can encourage other parents to homeschool through high school. You can find Lee online at www.TheHomeScholar.com and on http://www.facebook.com/TheHomeScholar.
Because many parents wanted training that was specifically targeted to a single area or question, Lee created the Parent Training A la Carte courses. These bite-sized courses tackle one very important question at a time in a way that will satisfy parents with multiple learning styles. Through video and audio teaching, articles, blog posts, and, where appropriate, samples and examples, Lee’s easy and relaxed presentations will help you gain the knowledge you need to accomplish the goals you’ve set for your family.