Today, I'll be writing about those wonderful yet worrisome official documents that can truly make or break a college future.
They can be bothersome, but if you are patient and organized, they can be relatively pain free. Of course, I'm writing this in hopes that you have kept some sort of record of the classes/courses your child has taken over the years as well as some sort of grading system, and have accurately depicted your child's achievements.
The task at hand now comes to filling out the transcript.
This template also includes a section for SAT and ACT scores as well as a field for honor's courses with ** denotation.
If your child is not interested in attending college, but would rather seek out a trade or vocational school, it is still important to have a transcript on hand to accompany your homeschool diploma. Remember: You do not have to purchase a diploma. You can make your own using a word doc template, or you can do a simple online search for downloadable diploma templates.
If your child will no longer be homeschooling, you'll still want to have a transcript available for the school he or she will be attending. Here is an example of the transcript I created for my oldest son upon his return to public school this past year.