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I am an international student from France who has been in attending a public high school her whole life but for my senior year, I've decided to switch to homeschooling so I can conduct humanitarian projects abroad. I have all the credits required for the equivalent of a US High School Diploma and to graduate from school here in France, I will just have to pass the leaving examination in June.
So, I will be home schooled for the remainder of the year and was wondering how it works with Admissions offices. I have applied EA to the school of my dream and they will probably ask for a mid-year report at some point. This may sound strange but how much are they willing to trust grades reported on this supplement ? If my dad is my supervisor, he is free to put whatever he wants on this technically, right ?
Don't get me wrong, my goal is not to cheat and report fake grades but I don't see how this is fair compared to a traditional high school supervisor.
Thank for you anyone who's got information on that !