Homeschooling Through High School
Here’s a quick overview of the two most common ways homeschoolers give high school credit; work accomplished and credit hours.
How do homeschoolers get GEDs or diplomas? Is one better than others? Can homeschoolers get high school diplomas? Find out here!
This page has all the information you need to participate in the HEAV High Graduation Ceremony.
Here are over thirty links to websites that have the info you can use for your homeschool high school journey.
Our form for keeping track of your high school transcripts in a handy PDF format.
Instructions on how to use the Quarter Hour Report Form available above.
The do’s and don’ts of creating a high school transcript.
HEAV now offers an online transcript service. Get more information about this handy tool here!
Sample High School Transcript 1 (859) [Word Document]
A guide to help you create a transcript.
Sample High School Transcript 2 (563) [Word Document]
Another option for homeschool transcripts.
Three sample high school plans for a variety post-secondary options.
Information about the Howard Douith Memorial Scholarship, available to homeschool graduates.
Many opportunities for your homeschool student to meet other students with similar interests.
A bit of information for those curious about homeschooling for highschool.
A list of subjects and the number of credits that are typically part of a high school program.
An overview of state and federal laws that regulate your teen’s employment.
Links to information you need to know about the SAT, PSAT, and ACT exams.
Free practices tests for the ACT, SAT, CLEP test and more!
An overview of the many tests that are available and/or required for high school students.
How homeschoolers can register for the PSAT, as well as registration information for the SAT and ACT.
Information for homeschoolers about the SAT, from the writers of the SAT, College Board.
College Board’s webpage for homeschoolers about college selection, admission and more!
Other High School Resources
HSLDA’s Homeschooling Thru High School Resources - HSLDA has compiled resources to help you before, during, and after high school. You can also sign up for their free Homeschooling Thru High School Newsletter.