Thursday, March 15th at 6:30 pm
Open to all homeschooling parents and their high school students.
You do not need to be a SCAIHS member to attend.
Jackson Hall, First Presbyterian Church
1324 Marion Street
Parking Available in the three lots on Marion St. or lot on corner of Lady St. and Bull St.
Please complete the online registration form HERE to reserve your seat for this workshop!
In this workshop, Dr. John Basie will cover:
- the essentials of the college search process
- the basic differences in the type of college institutions that exist
in the United States
- determining the “best fit” for your student
- preparing for college in the high school years
- successfully transitioning from home to the college environment
Dr. Basie will come from a biblical worldview perspective in facilitating the workshop.
John D. Basie, Ph.D.
Provost, Erskine College
As an academic and leadership coach for Gen Y, Gen Z, their parents, and their employers, I’m energized when I can help others identify their strengths and reach the next stage of their potential. Currently, I serve full-time as the Provost at my alma mater, Erskine College, in Due West, SC. I’ve also served as Director of the Scholars & Masters programs at Impact 360 Institute, an innovative organization dedicated to influencing culture by creating Christ-centered worldview and leadership opportunities. I’ve been blessed with a fantastic wife, three kids, and three dogs. Regarding my education, I hold a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Christian Education (Erskine College), a M.A. in Philosophy of Religion & Ethics (Biola University), and a Ph.D. in Church-State Studies (Baylor University). Additionally, I hold a number of coaching and assessment credentials. Since 2002 I’ve been working full-time with college students as a professor, university dean, and leadership and career coach.