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A Homeschool Guide to High School Grades, Credits and Transcripts

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If you didn’t have a chance to attend our free webinar ,”A Homeschool Parent’s Guide to High School Grades, Credits and Transcripts”, the full webinar recording is now online. We had a wonderful time together and covered quite a bit of material. The presentation is by Lee Binz of TheHomeScholar. Lee covers a variety of topics and spends over 45 minutes answering participants’ questions at the end of the webinar, so be sure to listen to the Q&A session as well as the presentation itself.

Whether you currently have a high school student or you are just wondering about homeschooling high school, this webinar is a MUST-SEE event! The webinar is almost two full hours of useful information, so grab a cup of coffee or tea and join us for a great time. In this webinar, Lee will teach you:

  • How regular homeschool parents can create a home-made transcript that can out-perform an accredited transcript that costs thousands more.
  • Stress-free strategies on determining credits and assigning grades that the colleges accept and BELIEVE!!
  • How your homeschool transcript will solve a HUGE problem for colleges and will help your student stand out from the crowd.

A Homeschool Parent’s Guide to High School Grades, Credits and Transcripts

P.S. Lee has generously agreed to extend the bonuses that were for the folks who joined us live, so the bonuses mentioned in the webinar are still available for you. Just use the link that tells Lee that you were referred by TheHomeSchoolMom! budurl.com/THSM1

Lee Binz, The HomeScholar, helps parents homeschool for high school and is a leading internet home school resource helping parents homeschool to college. She is an expert in how to craft a winning homeschool transcript. She has an award-winning Christian homeschool blog and one of the most popular homeschool newsletters available. Lee is a dynamic speaker at homeschooling conventions as well as homeschooling support groups. Check out her homeschool online free minicourse and training webinar on how to give homeschool credit in high school. You can find Lee online at www.TheHomeScholar.com and on Facebook.com/TheHomeScholar.

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Mary Ann Kelley

Mary Ann Kelley lives in Virginia with her husband and has two daughters, both homeschool graduates. Mary Ann, who homeschooled off and on for 16 years, believes in school choice as well as allowing children to direct their own learning with guidance and input from their parents. Her desire is to encourage parents and children to take personal responsibility for their own educational options and choices.

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  1. What a spectacular resource to share. As we get closer to homeschooling high school it just seems like such scary territory. Thank you so much for sharing!

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