How would you document a week-long summer camp in a science-related field?
I always estimate the number of hours spent on horseback based on the camp's sample schedule and add it into the hours of PE. I also save copies of whatever horsemanship certifications my child earns (the instructor is part of a national organization). If we had a horse ourselves, you bet my child would earn all PE credits quite easily.
My teens' summer has been very full of valuable and educational activities, such as volunteer work, Scouting activities, Farmer's Market sales, physical fitness activites, and the like. I have been maintaining a list with hours invested and I plan to apply it as either credit or in an activities resume later--wherever it seems to fit.
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A homeschool transcript is part of your child's educational background that you will have to provide when you help them go through the college admissions process. When you homeschool, part of what you are signing up for is documenting your child's educational experiences. It's all part and parcel of the whole genie gig, as they say on Aladdin.
Do homeschool PE credits seem elusive to you? Do you wish there was a surefire system to document all PE credits? To be sure, homeschool PE isn't the same as a public school PE class, but you have the blessing of a wider range of options for PE credit as a homeschooler.
PE stands for "physical education," not only "physical exercise." You can create the
When you are looking at different colleges, spend some time digging into college statistics before you visit a campus. College statistics may look like little numbers on a page, but the can indicate HUGE differences between colleges - and can explain how some colleges appear "cheap" while others look more like a good investment.
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