Homeschooling creates a new breed of animal: one that organizes its time on a weekly basis without someone there to with a leash around its neck to tell it to tell it where to go and when to do it five days out of the week. I was homeschooled during my junior and senior years of high school. Sure I missed out on a lot of the fun (not really), but being homeschooled those last two years helped me make it through my first two years of college, developing studying skills that I never thought useful and later prepared me for some of the difficulties that life has a tendency of offering you.

Now before I continue, let me first introduce myself. My name is Justin Gregoire. I’m 21 years old and currently sitting on an A.A. degree. I know it’s not much, but it’s something. My goal here is consistency: frequently providing valuable information and the resources that I used along with it to back it up. I will also be researching and posting any news or events that may come up.

The purpose of this blog is to provide homeschoolers with the information and resources needed to make it through college, on their own. Most blogs and forums are focused more towards the parents on getting their children through homeschooling and preparing them for college, but I’m focused on the homeschoolers themselves. I will be relating to a lot of the experiences I’ve had, and while they may not entirely relate to yours, they will still prove useful.