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Can a homeschool transcript really get a student into college with scholarships?


How does a homeschooler get into college?  Can a homeschool parent create a viable transcript?  What needs to be on the transcript for the best chance at college scholarships?


If you are planning to homeschool high school students, you have probably encountered these questions. You may even know someone who is pretty intimidated with these thoughts.  Join a veteran homeschool mom to get answers to these and other important homeschool questions in a series of four homeschool workshops in one day designed to provide answers and equip you to have the best tools for providing a stellar education for your students.


The workshop sessions include:

Creating a Homeschool Transcript 
will provide a framework for accessing the correct information to put on a transcript along with sample templates that you can customize at home.  You will also receive a GPA Calculator Tool which takes the stress out of figuring the Grade Point Average. This class goes hand-in-hand with the Preparing for High School and College session

Have you heard of the best ways to account for high school classes which were taken in Junior High or how to translate CLEP or AP test scores into college credits?


Workshop topics:

  • Overview of recommended high school courses
  • Sample transcript formats and how they are used
  • Ways to include test scores, extra-curricular activities and honors
  • Dealing with high school coursework taken in junior high
  • Dealing with dual enrollment credit
  • Creating college credit with CLEP Test scores

Date:  Thursday, May 26, 2011  

Location:  Maricopa County Education Service Agency
    4041 N. Central Ave, Suite 1100  Phoenix, AZ  85012  

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