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Learning to Keep High School Records - The Comprehensive Record Solution

I remember getting ready to start the high school years with my kids. I had boxes full of their work, portfolios full of worksheets, reports and lists going back to their very first years. But I wondered how all of that would change for high school. What would I need to keep and record for my child's high school transcript, and how could I make a proper high school record that he could use for college or anything other opportunity.

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Maybe some of you have those same questions questions about homeschooling high school?

Homeschooling high school resources

The questions darkened my mind as I lay awake many nights.

 Questions such as …

How do you keep records?
What subjects do you need to cover each year?
Can you award a high school diploma?
How can you get your child into college?
and if you can get your kid into college, how can you get financial aid for college?
So many questions!

I found the answer to my homeschool high school questions through Lee Binz, The HomeScholar. In searching my archives I found that I first started reading and blogging about Lee's work as a professional homeschool high school guide back in 2010. 

With Lee's Guidance from the Comprehensive Record Solution, I was able to create a comprehensive record for college admission as well as submission to the NCAA for my college athlete.

The Comprehensive Record Solution

The Comprehensive Record Solution includes everything you need to create a comprehensive record package to submit to colleges and to apply for scholarships as well.

It includes? 

  • Videos and audio downloads: to teach you what makes up a comprehensive record, how to get started keeping those records, how to handle special situations, creating reading and awards lists, how to put it all together, and how to submit your comprehensive record package to colleges
  • Ebooks: on comprehensive records and course descriptions
  • Samples and templates: of successful records, including a library of sample course descriptions, cover letters, school profiles, letters of recommendation, resumes, activity lists, and a volunteer hours tracking sheet.
  • Personal document reviews: Lee will personally give you an in-depth review of four of the individual course descriptions you are working on
  • Planning calendars: to prepare for college each year, starting in middle school and for each year of high school
  • Free month of the Silver Training Club: continuing support for homeschooling high school!
  • PLUS the Total Transcript Solution includes extensive additional training and tools for creating course descriptions and transcripts, and earning college admission and scholarships! 

You already know you're doing the very best job possible to prepare your child for adult life academically, socially, and spiritually by homeschooling. Be sure to document it correctly!

Save a boatload of time, money & frustration - learn how to keep homeschool high school records now!

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