Homeschoolers

Dear Homeschool Families:

Thank you for your interest in Conserve School! In addition to serving as Conserve’s Director of Enrollment and Student Support, I proudly call myself a “homeschool dad”. My wife, Carolyn, and I homeschooled our two children through the high school years, and they have both graduated from college. I am excited that you have chosen to learn more about Conserve School, as I believe that a semester here offers a powerful, enriching complement to a homeschool learning program.

We have designed the Conserve School semester to fit in the junior year of a student's high school career. Beyond the exceptionally unique academic experience that Conserve provides all of its students, this timing may be especially beneficial for homeschool students because of the way it can enhance the transition to college by:

  • Providing students with a transcript of Conserve's curriculum, which is unique, challenging, experiential, and "outside of the box".
  • Connecting students with Conserve School's top-notch faculty, who will be able to provide them with recommendations for use with their college applications.
  • Educating students about the college application process and specific colleges through the Stewardship Class.
  • Preparing students for college life by allowing them an extended away from home experience within a safe and nurturing community of supportive students and adults.

A semester at Conserve School is not only educational, it is also affordable. Follow this link to learn about the Lowenstine Honors Scholarship program.

Nearly 10% of Conserve School Semester students have been homeschoolers. I would be happy to help connect you with a Conserve School homeschool alum family so you can learn about their positive experience first hand. We have had homeschool students from the following states: Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Maine, Michigan, Missouri, Montana, North Carolina, New York, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia and Wisconsin.

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have questions about Conserve School or the admissions process, or if I can be helpful to you in any way. I look forward to hearing from you!

Phil DeLong

Director of Enrollment and Student Support


Standardized Testing

Conserve School requires all applicants for admission, including homeschooled students, to submit results from a nationally-normed standardized test. The test results must be from a test that the applicant has taken when in grades 8, 9, or 10. At this time, we are aware of two testing options for homeschoolers:

Seton Testing Services (choose the Iowa Tests)

SSAT

Please contact the Admissions Office if you have any questions about our requirements for standardized testing.

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