ALBANY, Ga. — The Southwest Georgia Homeschool Association is hosting major scholarship recipient Matthew Bullington of Murfreesboro, Tenn., tonight.
Bullington and his two siblings were fully funded to attend college, and ultimately received more than a half-million dollars in scholarships and assistantship offers for undergraduate and graduate school.
Bullington, the founder of Homeschool College Prep, will lecture about developing a better high school curriculum for home-schooled students in addition to discussing how parents can cope with the cost of college.
“These lectures are extremely important for any parent who desires to prepare their student during the high school years for future success in the undergraduate and graduate setting, and how to find the needed funding to support upper-level education in this depressed economy,” SWGHA Secretary Karen Allen said.
The lectures will be held at the Beattie Road Church of Christ, Building A, and begin at 6 p.m. The cost is $10 per family for SWGHA members and $20 for non-members.
Bullington and his two graduated siblings were all paid or fully funded to go to college. Matthew Bullington attended Middle Tennessee State University.
After being approached by numerous home-school families for college preparation advice, Bullington launched Homeschool College Prep in 2007.