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Total Transcript Solution at Your Service!

Total Transcript Solution at Your Service!
 While there are lots of resources for homeschooling high school on The HomeScholar website, one of the most popular is our Total Transcript Solution (TTS).  What many people don’t realize is that this program can be used over time, and for more than one student!  If you have a lot of children, TTS is a really good value, because you can use it for an unlimited number of students for as long as you want. You’re...
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Transcripts and Course Descriptions for Music and Theater People

Transcripts and Course Descriptions for Music and Theater People
 I asked Bari "How do you like it?" after he purchased the Comprehensive Record Solution, and he said "We are theater/music people and many things seem to not apply or go over my head a bit. Overall - I am pleased with the material."  So.... how do you make a transcript and course description when you are a dealing with a lot of fine arts?When you are music and theater people, it can help to think...
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Guest — Laura Stein
Perfect timing, Lee. Thanks for the post. I just finished the course academic course descriptions for my new graduate and was mull... Read More
Tuesday, 05 June 2012 18:25
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One Page Transcript

One Page Transcript
 Try to keep your transcript to one page.  Key word: try.Sometimes you get into junior year and you realize the page is already full, full, full!  You can make it as compact at possible - make margins narrower, perhaps make the font size 10.  But if your transcript is still a full page in junior year, let me tell you the good news.1. Way too smart!The first reason for a long transcript is when kids are...
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Guest — Lee
Dear Christa, Often a child will have a two page transcript and have a very busy senior year if they are doing dual enrollment at ... Read More
Monday, 04 June 2012 14:44
Guest — christa sterken
What kind of things would I expect during the senior year that would make it so full? Yikes! Help me plan ahead...I feel like I am... Read More
Sunday, 27 May 2012 12:25
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