Transcripts Made Easy: The Homeschooler's Guide to High-School Paperwork!
From: Janice Campbell
I remember the day my 16-year-old said, "Hey, mom-- I want to take some classes at the community college."
Although he had already earned some college credit through CLEP exams, I didn't know if I was quite ready to send him off to college! However, it really was the most practical way for him to take the higher math and lab sciences he needed in order to graduate, so we decided to start off with a couple of classes.
The problem was, the deadline for applying to the college was only days away. I wasn't ready for this! I kept his high school records in a system of files and folders, but I hadn't consolidated any of it onto a transcript. That was on my 'round-to-it' list!
I pulled out all the resources I owned on homeschooling through high school. Many of them were truly helpful in deciding what to study, but there wasn't any clear-cut instruction on how to create a homeschool transcript that would present my student in the best possible way to a college admissions department.
I wanted to see actual transcript samples! I needed to know how to figure a grade point average, and how to grant credit for honors classes! I wanted to see how to include things like AP and CLEP exams, as well as volunteer work and hobbies.
There wasn't time to find the kind of instruction book I wanted, though, as the application deadline was looming. I made best transcript I could, formatted like my own high school and college transcripts, but it was at that point I realized that if there wasn't a good book on creating transcripts, I had to write one!
So, just in time for my second son's college entrance, the first edition of Transcripts Made Easy was published. I found that high school paperwork can be pretty simple, especially if you start at the very beginning, and go step by step (isn't anything easier that way?). I've shown you how to start from the very beginning of high school, but because of my own experience, I've also shown you how to jump right in and pull together a transcript when you weren't expecting to. If, like me, you don't want to spend any more time (or money) than necessary on record keeping, Transcripts Made Easy is for you.
Now, nearly seven years later, two of my sons have graduated from college, and the other two have begun. The recordkeeping tools and techniques in Transcripts Made Easy has helped me stay organized and focused, making it a snap to pull together a transcript when my third son announced, "Hey, mom-- I want to take some classes at the community college." This time, it was easy!
In short, Transcripts Made Easy takes the work out of paperwork!
Did you know that Transcripts Made Easy is the only transcript resource that comes with free e-mail support from the author? You ask, I'll answer! (This means that if you have a question while working with the homeschool transcript, you can e-mail me, and I'll do my best to help you.) I want the transcript creation process to be truly easy for you!
You can keep all the high school records you need with less time and aggravation. You'll discover how easy it can be to:
• Keep simple, accurate records quickly and easily.
You'll turn to this straightforward guide for answers again and again!
In addition, you'll find:
This updated edition contains everything from previous editions, plus MORE!
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 learn:
You'll appreciate helpful features such as:
And best of all, it comes with free e-mail support! That means if you have questions while you're working on your transcript, you may e-mail me, and I'll do my best to help.
Take the stress out of homeschool paperwork with Janice Campbell's Transcripts Made Easy—it's all you need to know
about recordkeeping and transcripts for your high school student in one
easy-to-use book. Transcripts Made Easy is available as an instantly downloadable e-book or an 8.5 x 11" trade paperback (120 pages). Either way, you can easily print out or photocopy the reproducible record pages for each student in your immediate family. If you're homeschooling through high school, I know you don't have a lot of time to spend keeping track of paperwork. That's why you need Transcripts Made Easy!
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Thank you for stopping by! I know that Transcripts Made Easy will help you create a homeschool transcript for your student, and I appreciate the opportunity to help you with this final bit of high-school paperwork. The high school transcript is an important document-- it helps your student market his or her knowledge and experiences to colleges, the military, prospective employers, and technical school. Transcripts Made Easy will help your student make a strong, positive impression when it counts, and that's a valuable thing!
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