You’ll have everything you need for high school record-keeping at your fingertips with the Transcripts and Jump Start Set
Whether you are starting at the beginning of the high school years and collecting information as you go, or looking back and trying to remember what your teen studied when, you’ll be able to:
- Keep simple, accurate records quickly and easily.
- Issue grades fairly and honestly, even if you haven’t been using grades in your homeschool.
- Grant credit for traditional classes, unit studies, work experience, and other activities.
- Award extra credit for honors classes, credit by exam, or dual-credit classes.
- Calculate a grade point average, with or without weighted grades.
- Showcase your student’s achievements with a professional, credible transcript that will “wow” admissions counselors.
- Issue a diploma that’s nice enough to frame.
- Who needs a transcript
- What it’s used for
- Exactly what to put on it
- The three basic parts of a homeschool transcript
- How to record honors and dual-credit classes
- How to assign credit for unit studies
- How to record credit-by-exam
- How to add automatic credibility to your transcript
- And even how to avoid creating a transcript at all!
You can read all about Transcripts Made Easy at the print book page.
Get a Jump Start on College explains how and why to earn college credit while in high school
Teens who earn college credits
- can take a lighter course load in order to leave time for other pursuits such as entrepreneurship, travel, hobbies, volunteering
- can finish college early
- start a business
- take more upper-level classes (the really interesting ones)
- and more!
You can read a full description of Get a Jump Start on College and its contents at the print edition page.