Meaningful summer camps, important enrichment classes, and major life experiences that are educational ... what to do? Put it in your homeschool records! It's so important to help your child stand out! Sign up and learn how to make homeschool records that open doors.
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If I recall correctly, you said to list a job on the transcript as a class. My daughter worked for a retail store for 6 months during her junior year. What is the wording that should be used? Also, I really appreciate all you do for the homeschooling community! You are an incredible blessing to those of us who have used your many, many resources! Thank you! Thank you!
You are close! Lee wanted me to have you read her post on "Occupational Education" which is the class you list on their transcript, so that you can give them credit for working: https://www.homehighschoolhelp.com/blogs/teaching-occupational-education-in-5-easy-steps
Thank you so much for your encouragement and confession Karen - that makes me feel better, LOL! I'm glad to get your "nearly" 5-star review
Sorry! I was hitting the 5 stars and my finger missed and submitted 1.5 stars by accident! It won't let me retract.
You made my day! This was the exact topic that woke me this morning! I am following your amazing advise and getting my transcripts/records in order for this year (our 1st and freshman yr).
Thank you for your incredible information, guidance and encouragement!
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