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With their unique schooling, homeschool students may be eligible for scholarships based on their non-traditional education. There are several organizations, schools, and private donors that offer homeschool scholarships to help students obtain a college degree. Since many homeschooled students don’t have access to a high school guidance department, it’s important to inquire about scholarship opportunities through the community, churches, parents’ employers, and an online scholarship search that includes homeschool scholarships and resources. You can also browse our directory of homeschool scholarships below and start applying for college money today!
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