Liberty University's mission is to produce Christ-centered men and women with the values, knowledge, and skills required to impact tomorrow's world. We find that homeschooling parents often share in a similar life mission, and recognize how important it is for homeschooling families to develop a solid educational path for their children. You have invested so much into your student's life, and now Liberty University offers a way for you to continue planning your student's future, your way, through a program that is both academically excellent and spiritually strong.
Liberty University supports you as a homeschool parent or student, and encourages you to take a look at the opportunities available to you in our dual enrollment in online courses. As a homeschool student, you have the option of customizing your college career to fit your needs, with several options available to you and your family. View our frequently asked questions page to learn more.
How to Make a Transcript
Colleges expect transcripts to reflect high school courses taken, as well as some kind of evaluation for each course. As you prepare your homeschooling records, you should reflect all courses completed, credits earned or hours spent, and the letter grade earned. Try to organize chosen courses according to grade level, even if it doesn't conform to the exact format or time frame of your educational process. The more recognizable you can make your transcripts for the college who may review them, the better.
Home school transcripts must contain the following information:
Courses with grades
Two additional statements: 1) "The student has completed the equivalent of a secondary education," and 2) "The school abided by state standards."
The signature of a parent, guardian, or administrator