Category: Transcripts and Diplomas

Graduation Requirements for Homeschoolers?

Email of the Day: Im trying to figure out where to find graduating requirements for highschool? Basically what classes she needs and how many credits per class. I believe its 26 credits to graduate? Answer: The reason you can’t find this information is that it doesn’t exist. Homeschoolers in WA are responsible for covering the

HS Diploma and Graduation

Email of the Day: Hi, I wanted to understand more about the home school diploma and the WA state requirements concerning that. 1) Is it mandatory for a high-school senior to participate in a public graduation ceremony where a diploma is issued out to the child? Is an official graduation ceremony a graduation requirement? 2)

Running Start on the Transcript

Email of the Day: Have questions about high school transcript. My son is a running start student, and will be graduating soon. How do I go about listing his course classes for junior/senior year? Where on transcript do I indicate where courses were taken? Answer: Some people add the RS courses to their highschool transcript

Diploma under 18?

Email of the Day: If my child is home schooled through 12th grade will there be an option for a diploma? At question 17 it says once they have taken and passed the GED, the student is deemed a high school graduate. Is that the same as a diploma? Answer: Yes, you can graduate your

Diploma

Email of the Day: Hi, I’m a Washington homeschooler who completed k12 in a homeschool. I’m looking at studying abroad and need a diploma signed by a principal to do this. What’s your suggestions regarding obtaining this? Answer: It is your parents who should issue your diploma. If you have two parents, have one sign