Much to my chagrin, the blogging piece of my website has fallen by the wayside. I hope to improve in this area in the future, especially now that I have a little more time on my hands!
Last May, our older son graduated from high school, and will soon be attending language school in Japan. And this past fall our younger son began attending Front Range Community College. You read that right -- he is still a junior in high school, but thanks to the Colorado Early Colleges (CEC) charter school, he's able to attend college for "free!" (And yes, I put that in quotes on purpose, since technically it's our tax dollars at work. 😉 Ask me how you can make it work for your students too!) Yep, we're just a little proud of both them! But I digress! All that to say, I suddenly find myself with a little more time to devote to working on all those things I've neglected for a while. (Older Mom Pro Tip: If you're a younger parent, make yourself a list of all the things you want to do when your kids are "out of the nest." Trust me, you might not remember later. 😅 Thanks to my friend Anna for that truth nugget!)
I've also been able to add a couple of new features to Mosaic Academic Evaluations.
For the last couple of years, I've had the privilege of working on transcripts with FACE (Family Academy of Christian Education) high school students. This has been a wonderful opportunity for me to become educated on what goes into a solid transcript, and I now offer general transcript guidance. I’m also available for basic dual enrollment advice. Please contact me if you'd like to schedule a consultation (or of course if you need an evaluation).