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  1. 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
  2. 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
  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. 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
  5. 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
  6. I will be using Jacobs - A Human Endeavor for my 12th grade daughter next year. She has taken Algebra 1 & 2 and Geometry and needs one more math but does not want Pre Calc or anything more advanced. I need suggestions on what to call this course for her transcript. Advanced Math is out (because it is not advanced) and so is the actual book name. The name needs to mostly look good on her transcript without making her look math smart (which she is not). Thanks,
  7. My ds will be starting 8th grade this year and, being our last transition year before high school, I feel obligated to begin more formal grading (i.e. a letter grade for each subject every term and a final overall grade in each subject). Up to now I have corrected every assignment and had him correct any deficiencies as we went along. Only in math did he have a real idea of a grade - 90% correct was an "A", etc. The problem is that I want to have a way of evaluating him and holding him responsible for his effort level without getting sucked into a public school type grading scheme which wo
  8. I posted these for new members on CharlotteHomeschooling.com and thought I'd share them here, too. http://www.degreeplanners.com/?Welcome_to_DegreePlanners:Homeschool_Students:Transcript_Resources
  9. My son's international school transcript is landscape. I just saw one from Academic Records which is also landscape. Mine and my husband's from university are landscape. The homeschool ones which I have seen before (hardly any) were portrait. Which did or will you do? Any observations from nonhomemade transcripts you have seen? I've given the multiple option for votes though I don't know if that will not confuse the results...I guess if you put as many as you did of each it should be accurate if you did it differently for different children... Thanks, Joan
  10. I was just looking at my ds1's international school diploma and found a "pass" for PE and for Theory of Knowledge (which was worth 0.5 credits). I was thinking about doing this for Fine Arts, as it is quite hard for me to grade my dc's art work, and most art and music appreciation were "exploratory" so to speak. Have you given Fine Arts grades? if so, did you just use testing or participation or what? and are there any other noncore courses for which you use P/F? Thanks, Joan
  11. Are these aspects of a transcript passé? By evaluation criteria, I do not mean grading scales. I mean how a grade was determined - using points from tests, notebooks, class participation, etc. By teacher comments, I mean the teacher's evaluation for each course about student "growth" or learning. And for student self-assessment, I mean for each course too... I've been looking in various books and see mention of these items, but am wondering if and where to include them. If one had a course description a page long, there is room. But from what I've seen, people have mention
  12. Over the summer I have thought a LOT about college transcripts and what will "look good" on a college transcript for my rising junior DDs, and I've felt rather confused and frustrated. I realized this week that for the first time in homeschooling I am trying to figure out how to best "teach to the test" for these girls, and I don't like it. We've always tried to facilitate a high quality education, rooted in classic literature and the truth. We have strong feelings about the original intent of the "founding fathers" and the Constitution and are very often not politically correct. Now I fi
  13. My son did Apologia chem and adv chem last year then Apologia physics and adv physics this year. I planned to give him 1 credit for each book completed because he did the work, did the labs, did the test etc. He worked at an advanced pace to finish each book in one semester. I spoke with a counselor at his # 1 choice and she said it needs to be a school year per course to receive 1 credit unless it's a CC course so he should receive only ½ credit per book. If I give him ½ a credit for each he will only have 3 science credits and they require 4. He did do physical science in 9th but I did
  14. Recently, our oldest son had some testing done and it was recommended that he start accruing high school credits and take a couple high school level classes this next year. He will be in 6th grade for the upcoming school year. It was recommended that he take a high school science class at our co-op that uses Apologia Physical Science as the text. Last year, he completed Easy Grammar Plus and will most likely be using Easy Grammar Ultimate this year. (I am under the impression that those are high school level texts.) My confusion is coming when I start to think about keeping track
  15. In years past I have just used a 3-ring binder that I've gotten from Sam's and they have worked fine up until my dd15's freshman year this past year. I can't seem to fit it all in. I keep her graded work, lab write-ups, her list of books read, essays/writings, and tests. I think I need to include all of this so I'm wondering if something else work would better. I'm thinking of using the cardboard banker's boxes you see in WalMart but not sure. Just curious as to what you use that works good.
  16. I know there are several places on line to get a template, but I want a program that I can just say this is what she took, what her grades were, weight them or not and it spits out a lovely transcript. Does this exist? The templates I find, I can't get it all on one page that I've heard it should be. Not that she has a lot of academics, but volunteer and extra-curricular stuff. Thanks!
  17. All the transcript examples I have seen so far have a student address on them. If it's a mommy-made one, then the student address is the same as the school address. If its an umbrella one (which I have never seen), then I'm presuming the student has his home address and then there is the school address? My question is, do you have to have the student's home address on the transcript? What if you are moving around? Then you have all the different addresses of your different homeschools with school transfers? When I see my college transcripts (in my fuzzy brain), I don't 're
  18. For fellow New Yorkers, or those of you in any other state that requires paperwork -- Are we compelled to match our transcript to the stuff we've submitted to the state? For example, while we've done a few Shakespeare plays as part of English courses throughout high school, ds has also done Lightening Lit Shakespeare Tragedies, watched some of the Teaching Company lectures (Word & The Action), taken part in a Shakespeare acting workshop, etc. I'd like to lump it together for a 1/2 credit elective on Shakespeare - but it won't appear anywhere on my state paperwork. Another year he
  19. If major coll. /univ. request 4 years of English will this suffice? Eng 030=Journalism 1 yr. Eng- Intro to Comp 1 yr Eng-Am. Lit 1 yr Eng- Brit Lit 1 yr. TIA>
  20. Hi! I have a rising 7th grader and was thinking ahead this afternoon. I have just a couple questions if you don't mind about graduation credits. I'm just mostly trying to get this straight in my head. :D Our state's graduation requirements are 4 credits for English, math, science, and history. The last three are a piece of cake. I have concerns about English though. My oldest will finish R&S English 8 in the 9th grade. First question...can I count that as a credit since it's 8th grade? Should I skip it and move on to something else for 9th? Second question....the plan in
  21. Looking for options on attendance, grades, extra projects completed, volunteer activity etc. Something where I can manage information and quickly print out reports if needed. My dd will be hsed starting in a couple of weeks until the start of 9th grade. She is in public school now and will attend a charter HS. I will need to be able to provide data for this HS to prove her "schooling". Would like to be able to present it in a professional way.... Any thoughts? If this is not the right board I apologize. I'm new. Went to the general board and there were posts about houses for sale, surg
  22. I am curious if anyone has used latin to meet the requirement and if you had any trouble using Latin? Thanks!
  23. I was just looking over the high school info at HSLDA and they have the history courses needed as World, American, & Government. How does the WTM sequence translate into this setup? Thanks
  24. How many credits does your state require? I am in New Jersey and according to them you need 120 credits. Does that sound correct? I think I 'm confused after looking at Oak Meadow where it says you need 21+ credits for high school. New Jersey also requires Algebra 1, Geometry and a third year of math. We are doing Algebra 1 in 8th grade. Do you include that in your high school transcript? Thanks for any help. I am trying to wrap my head around all of this as I get my planning started.
  25. My dd13, 7th grade, completed her Alegbra course today (wooohoo!! an A!!) and this is our first course that will someday "count" on a highschool transcript, so I now have to have a more formal record keeping plan (other than the box-per-kid where I toss the completed workbooks/etc). I printed out all her grades (it was Thinkwell, so dated, scored, online records were available), and have all her exams and grades in a neat stack, along with a course grade calculation. I was thinking of putting all that in a pile. And, then what? Start a box? A written log? An excel spread sheet? What has wo
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