Lessa Scherrer has been working with college students on their writing since she was a student, first at Northwestern University and then at the University of Michigan, where she earned her Education degree with High Honors. Since then, she has worked with many populations of students, including homeschoolers, students with learning differences, and the gifted. She is a former Chair of the Gifted Youth Committee of American Mensa and also co-runs the organization’s Homeschooling Mensans special interest group. She is the Scholarship Chair for Mensa of Wisconsin, a Director of the Mensa of Wisconsin Foundation and a former Trustee of the Mensa Education and Research Foundation.
From Homeschooling to College: Demystifying the Process
Thursday, July 25, 2019
Navigating the college admissions process can be mystifying for any family, and homeschooled students may face unique admissions requirements. Lessa Scherrer has real-world advice not only on tests, transcripts and essays, but also how homeschool students can identify a college or university that best suits their learning style and life goals.