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Coming Up March 18th

Transcript Intensive Workshop

In this intensive workshop, Jennifer Cook-DeRosa will teach you how to document high school and college credit like a pro.

Homeschooling for College Credit

EVERY section of this popular workshop sold out in 2021 – make your reservation now!

Each participant will receive the recording and slides from the workshop, and an opportunity to send Jennifer their transcript for one-on-one feedback and recommendations. Due to the personal attention provided, space is limited.

(you do not have to be present to get the recording and transcript feedback, but you do have to register)

Cost: $40

Topical Outline

  • What is a transcript? What is it not?
  • Homeschool record keeping
  • Sending transcripts to college
  • Where does a transcript come from?
  • What to put on the transcript, and what to leave off
  • Why unique transcripts make a poor impression
  • What goes in the header and footer
  • How to enter courses on any template
  • Weighted Honors GPA / College GPA / AP GPA
  • Unweighted GPA
  • How to use a GPA calculator
  • What counts as 1 high school credit? (5 methods to use)
  • What makes dual enrollment different?
  • Using blending homeschool & DE courses for credit
  • Converting dual enrollment into high school credit
  • When and how to round with good judgement
  • Recording dual enrollment on a homeschool transcript
  • Recording credit by exam (CLEP, DSST, AP, UExcel, TECEP, ACTFL)
  • Recording ACE credit (Sophia, Studycom, Straighterline, Saylor, etc.)
  • Recording continuing education / adult education courses
  • Recording remedial courses
  • Writing course titles
  • Writing course descriptions
  • Case Studies (examine several real examples of homeschool and college curriculum and see how it is properly recorded on a high school transcript)

Friday March 18, 2022

3:00pm EST – 5:30pm EST

Q&A to follow

Homeschooling for College Credit


Executive Director of Homeschooling for College Credit

4 thoughts on “Coming Up March 18th

  1. Hi,
    My son is only finishing his sophomore year in high school, but he will have 18 hours of dual credit classes at our local CC this semester. Is now a good time to attend this class? His transcript if not finalized yet. I’m not sure if you could look at it next year when it was more complete? Hope that makes sense.

    1. As long as you have records of everything, you’ll be able to go back, but I think if you ask parents of 12th graders they will tell you the sooner you start his transcript the better. I think if you take the class you won’t need me lol. 😉 But you can always message me or ask questions, you don’t have to take the class to do that.

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