Let me guess.... You KNOW that you should get your homeschool transcript done now, but you really don't want to do it. You know you should, but it doesn't sound like fun, does it?
But wait! What if we can MAKE it fun??
How about if I share with you all my easy-peasy, light-and-breezy tips for making transcripts in a stress-free and relaxed way?
And then suppose I add great door prizes!
Oooh! Ooooh! Let's have even MORE fun! Suppose I have a free gift for EVERYONE who attends the class? Every attendee will receive a downloadable pdf ebook, How to Put Fabulous Fun on Your Homeschool Transcript, to help you convert natural learning into high school credit. You'll be able to download the immediately after class ends.
Doesn't THAT sound like fun??!!! What are you waiting for!?
Here's the deal. Spring is the best time to get your homeschool transcript done. By spring you already know what courses you have decided to keep, and which ones didn't work out so you dropped them. By spring you can be sure about what you have actually used, not just HOPED to use. All the details are in place - and you just need to write it all down. Creating a transcript is SUPER IMPORTANT to work on every single year of high school! You don't want to be "that" mom who forgets to include something important on that "official high school record." You don't want to be "that" parent who puts it off until becoming the weakest link, when your child misses out on college admission and scholarships.
And why are transcripts important, anyway? When kids are in middle school, it's because some kids that age are actually doing high school level work! In 9th grade, it's because some kids want to go to summer camp or other fun activity that requires a transcript. In 10th grade, kids start driving, and you can get a HUGE "good student discount" when your kids have a transcript that shows they are, you know, an actually good student. In 11th grade, you need the transcript so it's all ready to go for college applications that happen in just a few months (ack!) and just in case you are visiting a college and they want to take a peek at it. And of course in 12th grade you need the transcript to complete that final record, done! Finished! Completed!
But, even beyond 12th grade, your transcript is important. Your homeschool transcript may be used later on - AFTER kids enter the work force, when an employer wants that record. Or AFTER college, when they want to attend graduate school! Just because your child doesn't need their transcript "today" don't think that means they will NEVER use the transcript. OK, I didn't mean to scare you - I was just trying to encourage you to register for this free class! (And FUN class, don't forget FUN!) Get the transcript done this spring, so it's all ready to go, not matter what stage you are in, or what the future holds!
Reserve your seat for this free webinar NOW! Space is limited to the first 1,000 to register!
Look at what Tracey had to say about my class!
Why are transcripts important, anyway?
Reserve your seat for this free webinar NOW!
Just because your child doesn't need their transcript "today" don't think that means they will NEVER use the transcript.I didn't mean to scare you - I was just trying to encourage you to register for this free class! (And a FUN class, don't forget FUN!) Get the transcript done this spring, so it's all ready to go, not matter what stage you are in, or what the future holds!
REGISTER NOW and Spring into Transcripts with this free workshop!
A Homeschool Parent's Guide to Grades, Credits and Transcripts
Invite your friends too! Remember, everyone who attends will receive a special gift! And everyone who attends will be entered to win a giveaway.
Let's get the transcript done the easy and fun way, by attending this free class. You will get the information and motivation you need, and come away with great freebies!
Oh, and you'll have plenty of time to ask questions too, and it will be lots of fun. I promise!
REGISTER NOW and I'll see you online soon!
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