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  1. PAGE #1 Welcome to High School Motherlode #2 -- the second "motherlode" of linked threads on high school topics. There is also a college motherlode of linked threads on preparing for/applying to/attending college AND a few post-high school topics that are NOT college related. Enjoy exploring the amazing collected wisdom of The Hive! (In case links break, I have listed threads by their original subject heading, and have also provided the original post date and poster for search in various ways.) Warmest regards, Lori D. topics & links in page #1 AND page #5 (with 3 response posts
  2. I am trying to help another hs mom with the transcript and her daughter has a D from French 101 at the local CC. Since this is just an elective, is it possible just to omit it from the transcript? Also, it is possible they will hire a private tutor for French for the rest of this year. Would it be "legal" to include that course on her transcript? Along the same lines, if she withdraws from a CC course, does that have to be included on the transcript? THANKS in advance! Pamela
  3. I am working on a transcript for my daughter with things arranged by subject. I am wondering if you put in courses that are in process or just ones that have a final grade. If you leave out courses in process, do you put them on a separate page? Or do you input them elsewhere in the application?
  4. Just starting to lay out our high school plan and wondering if there are current thoughts or ideas on the online or software packages available. Is Edu-Track still a useful program? What about Donna Young and her planners/programs? are they still relevant and applicable? any new programs or products that folks have tried and liked? Thanks in Advance!! Pam
  5. I'm in the very beginning stages of deciding whether to continue homeschooling my DD12 for high school (her older sisters went to PS after homeschooling through middle school). If I do keep her home for HS, it is very likely that I will use a combination of mom-taught, at home courses; various online providers (WHA, WTMA, & PAH); and possibly some in-person, local classes. Will I submit transcripts from each of these providers? If so, colleges will likely receive 5+ transcripts for this one student. That seems complicated and confusing. But, if they are teaching the class and assigning the
  6. Our family uses homiletics as a way to study the Bible every morning. I believe that this has given my kids invaluable thinking skills as well as helped them learn how to make succinct summaries of long passages. I would like to include this on their high school transcripts, but I'm not sure how to report it. Is there a broad category that it could fall under? Any advice or suggestions would be appreciated! Thanks.
  7. Has anyone had a college require an applicant to provide dates for spine textbooks in course descriptions? Thoughts/ideas/information on "how old is too old" for listing a science textbook?
  8. I've read the older threads about this, but I'm wondering if anyone has found something new or just loves what they use to make a transcript. I don't need a program that tracks all their assignments, just a form to fill out and look professional. My dd is a freshman and I want to decide what to use by the end of the year so I don't get behind. So, what's the latest and greatest and why do you like it? If you have a great Word document, feel free to share! :)
  9. For High School transcripts, do you usually put all semester grades, or just the final grade for each class? I'm just wondering, because I JUST started recording grades for the year (Son is suffering from Post Concussion Syndrome, grades in the beginning of the year mean nothing, since he can't remember anything, and was completely impaired). If you need to record in semesters, how would I mark the first semester. He did do work, but it wasn't representative of him in the least, I mean, honestly, he couldn't even pick up a pencil and write. It was mostly just discussion and reading. Nothing
  10. Some homeschooler in these forums must have experience applying to Oberlin's conservatory and/or arts and sciences college. Like to share any general advice and experience? Our questions so far: 1. How did the music theory exam compare to ABRSM (Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music) Level 7 and/or the AP Music Theory exam? 2. How far down into the weeds did you go with course descriptions? Were you asked for more at any point? 3. Was a lab report sufficient evidence of "science laboratory experiences?" 4. If you did the preliminary financial paperwork, was t
  11. Okay, so my first quarterly is approaching quickly. I have a few questions. ( I did get a few answers in a different thread but that was buried) First I'm not huge on grades but have been sort of keeping them, however the transcript I am using provides for grades for 1st and 2nd semester, so I am wondering should I only report actual grades at 2nd quarterly and last? or each one? or if you give just a satisfactory evaluation, then how do report grades on transcripts? How would you show credits that were received in 8th grade PS on a transcript that only shows 9-12 grades ?? DD has he
  12. It's my understanding that liberal arts colleges are okay with receiving transcripts that don't have a grade for every course, but I'm wondering if that is okay with large state universities. Is the answer different for core course vs electives?
  13. my life would be so much easier now (that I'm trying to do transcripts). What I wish I would have done is: At the beginning of each school year.... Buy Large manila envelopes for each subject (large enough to put spiral notebooks in). Type up a paper listing all the items that could be in that envelope and tape it to the front of the envelope - ie: Photocopy of: Title page for each textbook being used, with the page after which has ISBN, copyright, etc. Table of contents for each textbook used Also Course description downloaded from internet sites for online courses (inste
  14. Hello all, I'm finally at that point in the year when I start to panic about record keeping and getting my course descriptions, transcripts, etc. up to date and in place. As a result I've been reading about homeschool record keeping and have a question for the hive...how do you handle book lists? Several places I've read that high school students should keep a list of all books read, both for class and for fun. So how does one go about this in terms of ultimately including it with a college application. Would they be listed in their own document? Are they part of a course descripti
  15. I would really appreciate some guidance from the hive mind on this one please. I'll try not to make it confusing. DS is 9 yo and in 3rd grade. We have been struggling with what was believed to be an attention problem in class since kindergarten. We've tried behavioral rewards, etc with no success. This year, he is getting worse. We investigated Auditory Processing Disorder this fall on the suggestion of the vice principal and a new Sunday school teacher. Eureka! We finally figured it out! I was present for the 3 hour audiologist eval, and it was crystal clear. The poor kid can'
  16. ETA - I should have said "finally finished". Most people are giving credits when they are finished - lol. I'm working on the transcript and want to do two types, the "by the year" and the "by the subject" formats. (I'm thinking that "by the year" is what they are used to seeing over here). But when I do the "by the year" style, I have a 1/4 American History in 9th, 1/2 American History in 10th, and a final 1/4 American History in 11th. (This mess happened since I now want to get a diploma through a US umbrella school and so have had to separate out of our history studies, the part that
  17. I am going into my second year of teaching high school writing..last year, I only had one senior and this year I have five. Next year, I will most likely have 10! The trend for homeschooling high school has definitely increased in our area. As part of their resource folder I am including samples of transcripts used by other homeschooling families. I am using 2 from HSLDA and one from a yahoo group I belong to (5 pages long) just to give examples of short/long...while the ones on HSLDA were fine, I did not see any that included test scores or accomplishments. I thought I had seen one
  18. Nan and I are wondering what b & m schools are providing? If you have any who have graduated from a b & m high school in the US, Europe, or Asia (or you still have your own records?-)), could you describe what is sent in the sealed envelope to requesting schools or employers? In this post on Nan's thread, I desribe the transcript and Profile, and this post on Nan's thread, I described the diploma given by a private school here...but it is quite unlike what is given by the public schools here. (I have to get that from another son in the near future).... So I'm wondering abou
  19. My rising 9th grader just completed Apologia Physical Science, and will begin Apologia Biology in 9th grade. We are in CA, and a good friend just told me that she's heard that physical science taken in 8th grade will not count toward high school graduation requirements, even if we are using a high school text. This is what she was told by a friend of ours who is working through a public charter school. But I don't know how true that is...the charter that our friend is using is notorious for giving out totally-untrue information (even if they don't do so on purpose) so I'm taking it with a grai
  20. Would it be possible to have a sticky where everyone could add their advice and possibly samples on how to write school profiles, arrange transcripts, and create course descriptions? Sort of a "everything but the kitchen sink" for paperwork for college applications. There have been several good threads about the process, but I am having trouble keeping track of what I need and sometimes I don't know I will need something until later when my understanding of the process is more developed. I feel as though if I start the course descriptions and reading lists now, the senior crunch will be ea
  21. Starting to plan for keeping records, managing transcripts, etc. Technically, my dd will be 8th grade age next year. We have no plans to graduate her early. She is enrolled as a 9th grade student in a uni-model school. Would being accelerated a grade equal an honors level course? So, if she takes high school English I in 8th grade, would I call that honors? How do you calculate honors in a gpa? I ask because many accelerated classes will transition to AP in a few years. If she took algebra 1 in 7th grade, can I call that honors algebra 1? Seems like honors to me! Thanks for insight
  22. So I've been mostly awol on the board since 2010, but now I've come crawling back asking for mercy and seriously in need of some hive wisdom. :crying: Summary: oldest ds was a dream student. He worked independently. Life was a joy. He graduates from college in June. 2nd ds was a slug. I enrolled him with Seton so we'd both be accountable. I dragged/pushed/pulled him to graduation. Now he's in college. Yippee--not my problem! 3rd dd--very add/disorganized (umm, like me?). Also in Seton for the last 3 yrs. Many tears shed by us both. 4th ds--rising 8th grader. High school looming
  23. Could people help me figure out what options there are that would count as an English credit for applying to a reputable college? If dd does only 3 years of high school, one of those years will have to have two credits of English, to get the necessary 4 credits of English... I know the obvious ones: English I (or 9) - mixture of grammar, vocab, writing, speech, literature English II (or 10)- same English III (or 11) - same - maybe minus the grammar - focus would be more on writing and lit analyis English IV (or 12) - idem.... AP English Language AP English Literature It
  24. Or do you simply make them yourself? I am feeling really lost about making these- any advice? The whole high school thing has me nervous! :001_unsure:
  25. I found this guideline for homeschoolers applying to University of Maryland: If you’ve been home-schooled, you should provide with your completed application a transcript with the following: course descriptions, books used, methods of evaluation and grades received (credit contracts). You should meet the same minimum high school course requirements expected of all applicants; your SAT and/or ACT scores will be strongly considered in the review of your application. Please also include general information about your home schooling program or agency and a letter of recommendation from an a
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