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Common Homeschool High School Questions

One of the things I do the most is point people to homeschool high school resources. Often the answers are simple, you just know where to look!    One mom had this list of questions:

"I will be going onto your site later tonight when everyone is done with school but I have two questions how do they take the SAT's?  Also I want to make sure she doesn't have to take the GED® to get into a college.  She has done all the work I see no reason why.  All the online schools I look into are not what she wants to study.  They don't have the electives she wants, like marine biology, photography, visual arts, fine arts.  So I decided to look either into doing it myself or NARHS that accepts everything.  I am looking more for a place to give her a transcript and a diploma."

I can provide a lot of information that I think will help!

This is the information on the SAT Tests.  They get this question a lot at The College Board®, so they have a web page just for us! Home-Schooled Students & the SAT

Very, VERY few colleges require the GED® from homeschoolers - it's extremely rare. This article will help you figure that out: Stigma-Free Homeschool Graduation!

An accredited transcript is not that big a deal. Homeschool Accreditation - "Don't Ask, Don't Tell"

Homeschoolers are not limited in their electives How Many Electives Should My College-Bound Homeschooler Have?

You can make a homeschool transcript yourself! Or if you prefer, watch my webinar for more information

You can give a homeschool diploma.  You can get more information here; Can I Give My Homeschooler a Diploma?

For prompt help and resources at your fingertips, you might want to become a member of the Gold Care Club.  Recently my inbox has seemed MILES deep. When I fall behind, it's my Gold Care Club members that get attention, and others may have to wait.

We have a wonderful new page on Facebook that I know you are going to love.  Lots of help, encouragement and free resources.  Please check it out today!
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