Expand your child’s knowledge beyond high school in a safe, homeschool-friendly learning environment at Thiel College!
Thiel College gladly welcomes homeschoolers! How do I know this? Let me clue you in on a little secret I have noticed…
If a school is serious about admitting homeschoolers and realizes what an asset it is to their college or university to have former homeschooled students learning and interacting on their campus, they make it known!
How? One simple way schools make their interest in homeschoolers known is by having a dedicated page on their website just for homeschoolers!
With said, there is no doubt that Thiel College not only welcomes homeschoolers, but they are actively reaching out to the homeschool community to make them aware of their keen interest in this student demographic!
So, if you are looking to expand your child’s knowledge beyond high school in a safe, homeschool-friendly learning environment, keep reading!
About Thiel College:
Thiel (pronounced “teal”) is a liberal arts college located in a small Pennsylvania community. It offers a multidisciplinary grounding with a comprehensive, integrated knowledge base for your child’s desired profession.
Students at Thiel are thoroughly prepared for their future careers because the college provides ample experience in theoretical learning, practical and hands-on assignments, service learning activities and internships.
Plus, a wide variety of co-curricular activities help develop leadership skills that you nor your child may have realized they posses! Additionally, a challenging and supportive honors program helps to push your child to grow and learn and expand in ways you may not have thought possible!
About the Thiel College Campus & Surrounding Areas:
The campus, located in Mercer County of Greenville, PA, is a 40-minute drive from Youngtown, Ohio and a 90-minute drive from both Pittsburg and Cleveland, both of which are vibrant urban centers filled will opportunity for internship, service learning, educational trips and entertainment.
This unique location allows Thiel students and visitors to enjoy both the wonderous abundance of nature and outdoor activities in the western Pennsylvania countryside, while also taking advantage of the dynamic cultural experiences offered in nearby cities.
More Benefits of Attending Thiel College:
Yes, Thiel is definitely a homeschool-friendly college! But, it offers so much more! Check out some of the many benefits Thiel has to offer!
- 11:1 student-faculty ratio
- 60+ areas of studies
- 100+ clubs, teams and organizations
- 80% of faculty hold the highest degree in their field
- 70% of classes have less than 20 students – This is HUGE! Small class sizes almost always equates to more engaged learning!
- 95% of students live on campus
- 95% of graduates report being employed or studying in their field within three months of graduation
- 100% of students complete one or more internships or a practicum prior to graduating
- Graduates often go on to study at top institutions like Duke, Harvard, Oxford, University of Chicago, Vanderbilt and Yale
- Students benefit from a robust enrichment program that encourages cultural and educational excursions to major metropolitan areas, as well as domestic and study abroad opportunities
- Thiel consistently appears on the Forbes list of Grateful Grad Colleges: The Top 200 Show-Me-The-Money Schools
- Thiel boasts a highly engaged network of more than 15,000 alumni
- Thiel joins Carnegie Mellon, University of Pittsburgh and Princeton as premier institutions recognized by the Dietrich Foundation for their commitment to higher education and championing student success
- Thiel’s invitation-only Dietrich Honors Institute offers a custom curriculum developed for its members
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Need I say more? If you are interested in expanding your child’s knowledge beyond high school in a safe, homeschool-friendly learning environment, Thiel College needs to be on you list of colleges to explore!
Be sure to visit the Thiel webpage just for homeschoolers and download their homeschool brochure to get more information about this excellent college option for homeschoolers!
This post was originally published on January, 21, 2021.