I come to you biting my nails!! Our oldest daughter asked me about attending the local high school her senior year next year. I then stated my concern about her entering public school academically wise and wondering if she'll have the correct credits to be considered a senior. When a child will be entering high school from homeschool, what is the first step? Thank you so much!!
Lee, I wish you had told this mom that she could send her child to the public school but still create a home school transcript. She could show the public school courses on the home school transcript just the same as the home school courses. She might want to have a note field for distinguishing the public school courses, comm. college courses, or whatnot as well.
This is the kind fo thing I'm doing for my son, who home schools part-time and attends the public school part-time. He will not get a public school diploma, but all those public school courses will be on his personal home school transcript, just like any other course I may have outsourced in any other way.
Hope this makes sense.
You may be wondering how anyone can take mommy grades seriously. I know you are worried, but your home-made grades really do matter when homeschooling high school!
Yes, you are biased in grades , as all teachers are biased based on how much they like or don't like each individual student.
A study was conducted by the National Centre for
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