Hey, I know it’s scary to first think about graduating your homeschool student. But honestly, it really can be simple. Easy, even. Easier than getting rid of the smell in their room (what IS that?).
Not sure if you are ready to close the books on homeschooling? Here’s a final checklist to make sure you are completely finished.
Homeschool High School Graduation Checklist
- Has your student completed the requirements for high school graduation in your state? Find your state’s guidelines here.
- Has your student completed the requirements for admission to the college of his choice? Contact the admissions office for a list of what courses they expect to see on a transcript.
- Have you created a high school transcript for your student? Again, contact your college admissions office for a sample transcript, and be sure to grab my free transcript builder here.
- Has your student narrowed down his choice of colleges? Encourage him to take the lead on communications with admissions offices and faculty; it makes a good impression and empowers him to make the decision.
- Has your student sent his test results to the maximum number of colleges? Even if he knows what school he wants to go to, have him send the results to the maximum number of colleges (probably three). You never know what they may say when they see those scores.
More items on the checklist in the book!
This post is an excerpt from my new book Homeschool High School Made Easy, available on Amazon. Get your copy today!
And don’t miss the prequel, Homeschool Made Easy.