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Preparing a High School Transcript

Easy Steps to Create a Homeschool High School Transcript

Tomorrow, my daughter and I have a meeting with the admissions department of the (potential) college of her choice. So, today, we’re going over her high school transcript.

Creating a high school transcript for a homeschooled student sounds like a daunting task to many parents. However, spending just an hour or two on it each semester starting in 9th grade is pretty easy.

The first thing I’ve done with each of my high school children is find a good homeschool transcript template. This link includes a transcript form and instructions: Homeschool Connections Free Homeschool Forms. It is basic and easy to use. Just fill in the blanks with course titles, credit hours, and grades.

Then, I use an online GPA calculator to convert the letter grades to a number GPA. This little online gadget has been incredibly handy over the years.

I then add in extracurricular activities at the end, and I’m almost done. Before sending it off to a university, I have it notarized. That’s it. It’s that easy.

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