This video explains a bit about what NARHS does.
Why bother with Accreditation? This great video from the Middle States Association (who, incidentally, accredits us) explains!
The Mission of NARHS is to strengthen home-based education by providing consultation and tools to support course planning, student work assessment, quality academic learning, and goal setting leading to a high school transcript and diploma which have far-reaching transferability and acceptance.
Since it is portfolio season again, here is a SIMPLIFIED page of how-to's. Just use this as an abbreviated summary for everything that needs to go into the box you ship us. All work that is completed between September 1 and August 31 of the same school year needs to be sent to the assigned advisor before the following October 31 (to avoid a $25 late fee.)
As you prepare to send yours, here is a checklist that will help to ensure all the necessary pieces are in place, along with links to the relevant forms.
Already have a Log Book or another way to track your progress? Save $5 on shipping and handling and choose this option. You won't get a log book, but you will still get $100 off Tuition and Activation!
From March 15 to June 15, you can get a special deal on 19-20 Pre-registration NARHS Tuition and the Activation Fee. We will give you a discount of $100, bringing the total to $475.
From March 15 to June 15, you can get a special deal on 19-20 Pre-registration NARHS Tuition and the Activation Fee. We will give you a discount of $100, bringing the total to $475. We will even send you a free Log Book, you just pay $5 for shipping and handling.
GREETINGS: We are approaching a blending time for the NARHS students as they see the light at the end of the road for their work during the 2017-18. At the same time, thoughts turn toward planning for next year. Rainbow Resource Center is already sending out teams to homeschool conventions with curriculum that will whet your appetite for new delicious studies.
Even we are planning ahead with some offers for you that could be a tremendous help. One is a packaged U.S. history course described during the 3rd section of this letter.
US History Course Description
"We receive a good number of candidates every year with all or part of their education from a homeschool background. We are looking for the strongest candidates in the world and we find some of those among the homeschoolers." ~Marlyn McGrath, Director of Admissions for Harvard College