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What should a high school transcript look like?

may2392may2392 Registered User Posts: 4 New Member
edited April 2006 in Home Schooling and College
I need to figure out how to calculate and write the high school transcript. Can anyone help?
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Replies to: What should a high school transcript look like?

  • DianeRDianeR Registered User Posts: 1,541 Senior Member
    I answered this on the other thread ...
  • SusantmSusantm Registered User Posts: 2,188 Senior Member
    I used a form I found at this website: http://forms.donnayoung.org/planners/hischl.htm
    I did make some changes in it, such as eliminating the year totals and just having each semester grade listed. It worked quite well, and I liked the format.

    For my first son, I used a different format. He had done some of his courses over a 2-3 year span, so for him I used a format that listed courses by subject, not by year taken. That also worked fine with the colleges to which he applied.

    I did make annotations to indicate where each class was taken, as my sons took some at the local high school and some at the community college.
  • may2392may2392 Registered User Posts: 4 New Member
    thank you so much. This was exactly what I needed.
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