Homeschool High School Diplomas and How to Get One





Summary: Finding a homeschool diploma for your homeschool high school graduate is not at all hard to do.  Sharing our favorite sources for finding just the right high school diploma for your grad. 


When we homeschool mamas graduated high school ourselves, we got a diploma made by our school.  They came from a local printing company I am sure.

Now for our homeschool grads, there are a lot of places to go to get a nicely printed diploma across the web.

Does your grad want one?

Mine did.

She wanted all the extra senior year things, like going to a homeschool prom, graduating with her homeschool friends at a homeschool grad ceremony, and of course, getting her own high school diploma.

There are free, frugal, and other options for getting a homeschool diploma.  But none of them are hard to get.

Here's our favorites from what we found on the web:


1.  FREE DIPLOMAS FROM LET'S HOMESCHOOL HIGH SCHOOL

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Let's Homeschool High School site offers downloadable diploma here.  

They have step by step instructions for downloading each of their diploma templates.  
There are 7 templates to choose from. 

2.  ETSY offers Personalized Homeschool High School Diplomas that are printable as a PDF.  They are less than $7.00.


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They also offer a Christian based Diploma.  

3.  Homeschool Diplomas is a company that offers more than diplomas.  They also offer diploma covers, cap and gowns, announcements, class rings, and gifts.  



They all are printed on high quality paper and they offer 3 different types of high school diplomas, as follows:

- Standard
-Personalized
-and Gilded

They prices range from $29.99 to $59.99.

Their standard diploma is above.  The standard diploma presents the crucial information in a classic way.  There is a choice of 2 papers and 3 embossed seals to personalize your teen's diploma.

Just click here to check out the other two diploma options offered by Homeschool Diplomas.

Homeschool Diplomas is a family owned company who homeschooled their two children.  In the beginning they made all of their diplomas by hand.

Having a high school diploma was a very special part of our teen's graduation celebration.  It symbolized all the hard work that sher did throughout her high school years.  

But it also served another very important purpose.

Whenever someone asked her "Do you have a high school diploma?"  She could answer yes!  She had a high school diploma.  They didn't ask if it was a homeschool diploma or a public school one, lol.

Senior year was an exciting time in our house.  Of course it is such a busy year, too.  But it also built so many wonderful memories....Watching our daughter get ready for her homeschool prom, celebrating with family, and just spending time with her through the year, talking about what she wanted to do next in her life.

And graduation time also reminded us of how happy we were that we homeschooled our daughter all the way.  

Because having the opportunity to homeschool her helped to make the difference in two important things:

- It helped her to begin to finding her own way in life, and 
- it gave her the chance to grow, in her personal beliefs and in her faith. 


Are you new to homeschooling high school?  Here's some information on how to get started:




Do you have a college bound teen?  Have you seen my NEW Complete Guide to college for homeschoolers yet? 


and 
Barnes and Noble $11.99

Kindle is coming!

It lays out 10 easy steps for homeschool to college, and covers everything you need to help your teen get into the college of their choice, with 7 NEW chapters. Recommended by Lessa Scherrer, a certified college counselor and a homeschooling mama of 3.

Create your own unique and nurturing high school program for your teen and showcase their accomplishments to the colleges. 

The 17 Chapters include:
(NEW Chapters are in bold)

>Chapter 1 - How to Start Homeschooling if you are a Newbie
>Chapter 2 - 101 Reasons to Homeschool High School
>Chapter 3 - Researching and Getting Started
  Chapter 4 - Planning High School and Making a 4 Year Plan
>Chapter 5 - Choosing Your High School Curriculum
>Chapter 6 - Three Ways to High School Credit
>Chapter 7 - Making Your Teen's Transcripts
>Chapter 8 - 100 High School Electives
>Chapter 9 - Making Homemade Courses
>Chapter 10 - Writing a Winning College Essay
>Chapter 11 - Course Descriptions and Reference Letters
>Chapter 12 - The Common Application - Your GUIDE
>Chapter 13 - Preparing Your Teen for College Writing
>Chapter 14 - Dealing with College Testing SAT/ACT
>Chapter 15 - Top Sources for College Scholarships
>Chapter 16 - Dealing with “Those Questions” from Others
>Chapter 17 - Don’t Forget the FUN!

>There are 12 downloadable high school homeschool planning printables plus a transcript form for you to just fill in.

The kind of transcript form that the colleges are used to seeing.



College in Mind - 2nd Edition




Thanks for stopping by BJ's Homeschool,

Betsy



Betsy is mom to her now college grad whom she homeschooled from preK through high school.  She blogs at BJ's Homeschool, about the early yearshigh school & college and wrote -Homeschooling High School with College in Mind - 2nd edition.  She offers free homeschool help through messages (2 exchanges) at BJ's Consulting


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