How to Record Missions Trips on Homeschool High School Transcript
Many homeschool high schoolers go on missions trips. Can they earn high school credit for these trips? You bet! Here’s how to record missions trips on homeschool high school transcript.
Homeschool high schoolers should definitely log credit for missions trips. There are several ways to log. (Here’s a post that tells you how to earn high school credits.)
You may choose one of these categories for recording missions trips as credit:
*Missions. If your homeschool high schooler will be going to a Christian college, this will look good on the homeschool transcript. (The amount of credit assigned will vary. Our local umbrella school assigns .25 credit for a one-week missions trip and up to 1 credit for a 4 months trip.)
*Cross-cultural studies. If your homeschool high schooler will be going to a secular college, this will look good on the transcript. (Again, the amount of credit assigned will vary. Our local umbrella school assigns .25 credit for a one-week missions trip and up to 1 credit for a 4 months trip.)
*World Language. Most states require a World (Foreign) Language on the high school transcript. Your homeschool high schooler can count this as immersion credit. Amount of credit earned is the same as above.)
*Career Exploration. If your teen is exploring missions work, non-profit work, World Languages, cultural anthropology or other topics related topics, you could choose Career Exploration. Here’s information on 7Sisters’ popular, Christian worldview, comprehensive Career Exploration curriculum.
NOTE: Choose 1 category above. Do not double-log these credits.
If you don’t care for any of these categories, you could simply list them as *extracurriculars* in the Extracurriculars section of the transcript.
Download Career Exploration for your homeschool high schooler. Enjoy those missions trips, may God bless your teens’ work!