CC OPINION: Transcripts Made Easy is the only transcript resource that comes with free e-mail support from the author! The third edition of Transcripts Made Easy clearly explains the how and why of high school transcripts. If you're homeschooling through high school, you don't have a lot of time to spend keeping track of paperwork. That's why you need Transcripts Made Easy!
Transcripts Made Easy: The Homeschooler's Guide to High School Paperwork shows you how to grade, grant credit, create simple, effective home-school transcripts and high school diplomas, and keep simple records. In print since 2001, Transcripts Made Easy has helped thousands of homeschool families create transcripts they are confident about sharing, and this new edition is better than ever.
In this updated and expanded fourth edition of Transcripts Made Easy, you will learn how to:
- Keep simple, accurate records
- Issue grades fairly even if you don't use quizzes or tests
- Grant credit for traditional classes, unit studies, work experience, and other activities
- Award extra credit for honors classes, credit by exam, or dual-credit classes
- Calculate a grade point average, with or without weighted grades
- Choose the format that highlights your student's achievements
- Create a professional, credible transcript with exactly what admissions counsellors need to see
- Issue a diploma that's nice enough to frame
In addition, you will find:
- An overview of what your student needs to study in high school
- A new chapter on college alternatives
- Seven tips from Professor Carol Reynolds on what college freshman need to know
- An updated chapter on records and transcripts for special needs students
Detailed, step-by-step instructions for creating beautiful transcripts using software you already own or can download free
Reproducibles that make record-keeping easy
|Recommended in Program(s):
Challenge I, Challenge II, Challenge III, Challenge IV
What families are saying:
"I bought Transcripts Made Easy and started filling in the transcript three years ago for our oldest son. He is a senior this year, and I just sent the first transcript to a college. The lady in the admissions office called about some other information today and said she wished all homeschooling parents had it together like me. She really liked the transcript, she said she couldn't do that on her computer. I told her about your book and how great it was in guiding me through the process. I always tell people about your book because it cuts right to the chase. I have [another book] and all the info is great, but your book puts it all together on one paper." — Ann & Dave, Colonial Heights, VA
|Fourth edition, 2018
Number of pages:
|8.5 x 11 in.
Janice Campbell and her husband Donald homeschooled their four sons from preschool into early college using a lifestyle of learning approach influenced by Charlotte Mason and classical education. A lifelong reader and learner, Janice has been sharing the joy of learning at conferences since the 1990s. She speaks on making time for things that matter, teaching literature and writing, homeschooling through high school, record keeping and transcripts, and entrepreneurship. Janice is the author of the Excellence in Literature curriculum for grades 8-12, Transcripts Made Easy, and other resources, and she writes for various homeschooling magazines, as well as online at EverydayEducation.com, Excellence-in-Literature.com, and DoingWhatMatters.com.