Join us for The Homeschool Highschool Podcast Episode 6: Transcript Basics! This post is running concurrently on Ultimate Homeschool Radio Network.
The Homeschool Highschool Podcast
Episode 6: Transcript Basics
Feeling stressed about what to put on the homeschool transcript? Join Sabrina and Vicki as they discuss transcript basics. Have some fun and get a great start on a great homeschool highschool education for your teens at The Homeschool Highschool Podcast.
The Homeschool Highschool Podcast will help you get your thoughts and plans organized for a wonderful homeschooling highschool experience! Here are a few transcript basics you will need:
You need to record credits. Listen to this episode and also check out this post on earning credits.
You need to record levels of academic rigor. As you listen to this episode, you can also check this post on recording course levels on the homeschool transcript.
You need to assign grades. Sound intimidating? No problem. Listen to the episode and catch this post on assigning grades for the homeschool transcript.
You need to record service hours. This shows your teens ability to serve, think of others and be a contributing member of the local (or larger) community. Listen in and read this post on recording service hours for the homeschool transcript.
You need to record extracurriculars. Homeschool highschoolers, like most teens, are involved in various activities outside of the classroom. This is important for personal development. For teens headed to college, showing extracurriculars on the homeschool transcript is a great way to let admissions officers know that your teen is able to explore and commit to an interest or cause. Listen to this episode and check out this post on extracurriculars for the homeschool transcript.
You need SAT or ACT scores if your teen is college bound and the college of interest requires them. Take some time to look around at various colleges your teens might want to look at: what do they require as entrance tests?
Don’t feel overwhelmed? Join us and you’ll feel empowered!