From Homeschool to the Community College: A Multiple Case Study

 
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The number of U.S. homeschooled students has steadily risen from the 1980’s to the present, and many eventually choose to attend community colleges (Cogan, 2010; Mason, 2004; Ray, 2004a; Sorey & Duggan, 2008a). Presently, limited research explores the homeschooled population’s transition to the first year of college experience. This is a comprehensive examination of community college homeschooled student transition. This study describes how three homeschooled community college students transitioned from their home environments to a mid-sized, Mid Atlantic community college setting using Tinto’s college adjustment framework of separation, transition, and incorporation in the analysis of their experiences(Tinto, 1993, 1997).

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Ben works at a Virginia community college as an Activities Counselor. He also served in the Virginia Army National Guard for 13 years. In May 2012, he earned a doctorate from Old Dominion University’s Community College Leadership program with this study. Ben lives in southwest VA with his wife, Sherry, and two children, Charles & Candace.

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