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Preparing for College Admission: A Free Guide for Homeschooling Parents

Homeschool parents wear many hats when it comes to the education of their children, including academic, college, career and personal counseling. To help you and your student navigate the college admission process, Benedictine College has created “The Catholic Homeschool Student & Parent Guide to Preparing for College Admission.”

Complete this form to get the online guide, and we'll also mail you a free copy!

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This free, 12-page resource includes:

  • What is meant by an “official” transcript?
  • What should a homeschooler’s transcript include?
  • Why should my student maintain a current résumé?
  • How do I reflect dual enrollment coursework on a transcript?
  • Sample resume and transcript
  • What college preparation work can be done as early as freshman year?
  • Convenient spreadsheet for evaluating college visits
  • And more!

Whether your student is still in junior high, or has just completed his junior year of high school, take a moment to read through the guide and get some tips from the pros: college admission officials who review student transcripts and résumés on a regular basis.

We think you will find the Guide useful, but let us know if there is anything else we can do to support you as you prepare your student for their college experience.