Do you need help interpreting your homeschool high school-level work to make into transcripts for college applications? Look no further – we have links to resources that will help you do just that…diploma, report card, and certificate templates, too. Help and advice links from your homeschool guide.
- Create Your Total Transcript
- Advice on Creating Homeschool Transcripts
- Advisors to Create Homeschool Transcripts
- Books to Help Create Transcripts
- Certificates – Make Your Own
- Course Numbers and Transcript Details
- Diplomas – Make Your Own
- Edu-speak – Teacher Lingo
- Sample Homeschool Transcripts
- Templates for Homeschool Report Cards or Progress Reports
FAQ about Accreditation and Diplomas
Find out more about this serious question and if it is something that you need to worry about.
Beach High School
A private alternative school run by Wes Beach, offering a legal umbrella, guidance, documentation, college admission planning, and transcripts based on concise portfolios. Specialty: helping teenagers make a transition from high school studies to their next life situation, whether college or other.[Guide’s note: I’ve met this guy and he’s good! On west coast.]
Edu-speak, the dictionary
Need to translate ordinary activities into something that an educator can understand? Study this vocabulary list, and you’ll be able to explain to any school administrator what you are doing, even if you unschool!
Elective Course Descriptions
To help you prepare your child’s high school transcript, here is a list of elective course descriptions used by a local public school. Generally, public schools and colleges will not accept these courses as meeting the requirements of high school math, science, history, and English but they can be used as credits for electives.