When our oldest daughter was entering 7th grade we were blessed
to attend a seminar by the Bruce Eagleson family on the topic of distance learning. The seminar was held
at the ENOCH convention and was "perfect timing" for us. We were just beginning
to formulate a vision for homeschooling through high school and had the typical questions about diplomas and college entrance.
We were also deeply concerned about the possible compromise of our daughter's "world view" by taking college classes,
especially those under the social sciences umbrella.
The knowledge we share here is an accumulation of information passed
on to us by others who have paved the way and we are truly grateful for their pioneer spirit. We thank them for their
willingness to share their wisdom with us.
We wanted to take a brief minute to give all the glory to God for
always making our path straight during our homeschool journey. CLEP is just one more example of how God has shown us
the "way to go" each step of the way.
We hope you too are blessed by the information we are sharing on
this website. Currently, our eldest daughter (now 20) has earned her 2 year degree completely through CLEP and is in
the process of finishing her BA degree with Thomas Edison State College. She "tested out" of
her entire AA degree, earning ALL her credits through CLEP and Dantes exams. Our second daughter (age 18) is also finishing
her AA degree using CBE, following her sisters footsteps, and will go on to earn her BA within the year. Lastly, our
16 year old and 13 year old are just beginning their CLEP journeys. We continue to regularly access our own lesson
plans for their success!
After learning all I could about CLEP for my children, I decided to use the same knowledge
for my own benefit. Working with Thomas Edison State College, I graduated there myself, using some of my own lesson
plans to get my degree!
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our
family using the buttons provided on the pages. We hope our experience is an encouragement to you on your own journey.
Tricia McQ and family