I would say something like:
Absolutely the goal of our academic plan is that she be able to attend the college of her choice. There are a lot of options and like the individual public and private schools, home schoolers can decide whether to use commercial textbooks subject by subject. There are also some cutting-edge curricula that are made available free or for a fee on the internet -- some by university departments -- others by educators that just don't choose to go the commercial textbook route. There is a local school that teaches literature straight from the works and I am interested in visiting there and seeing whether that might be a good fit.
One thing I have learned in my research that surprised me is that both selective colleges and our state colleges don't actually require that home schooled applicants have followed a state standardized curriculum. Isn't that weird? They recruit home schooled kids based on standardized test performance and portfolio and seek diversity in previous learning. We will have a lot of practice in portfolio generation by the time 9th grade rolls around because we will be doing this now in middle school in compliance with the homeschool laws.