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Homeschool Transcript Using High School Graduation Requirements of Utah

Requirements Grades 9-12: 24 credits total (21.5 required, non-elective, 2.5 electives)

Fine Arts
3.0 credits. Choices: dance, theater, visual arts, film, music, Choir, piano, dance

Social Studies
3.5 credits. Choices: U.S. History, Government & Constitution, Geography, 1/2 year World Civilizations

Math
3.0 credits. Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Advanced Algebra, Trigonometry, Geometry, ACT math, pre-Calculus, Calculus, statistics, accounting

Science
3.0 credits. Earth science, Life science, Physical science, Chemistry

Physical Education
3.0 credits. Team Sport/Athletic Participation (Basketball, softball, dance, gymnastics, archery, track, swimteam, martial arts team, dance)

English Language Arts
4.0 credits.

Technology
2 credits. Choices: Word Processing & typing, graphic design, family and consumer sciences

 

Make Your Own High School Transcript

Name of Student
Name of your homeschool
Phone number and address
Year long courses: Child Care, Child Development, Pre-School Teaching, Political Science
Semester courses:
Include Dual enrollement, early college, community college, co-op, honors, A.P., C.P., name of test
Grades: List semester grades and end of year totals
GPA
Credits, list per semester and cumulative
Letter Grades
SAT scores &/ or ACT scores
Parent name annd signature
Date

leadership
Jobs
extracurricular activities
Awards
One page max, to describe each course

How to get into Early College at Weber State University as a homeschooler.

Sources: wikihow.com, “the Brainy Bunch”, books by Lee Binz, books by Cafi Cohen

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