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A high school diploma is a document that bears record of the completion of a course of study. If you're wondering whether your homeschooled student can receive a diploma, the answer is yes!
As the parent, you've prescribed your child's course of study and you can present a diploma that indicates he has successfully completed it. Some correspondence schools also provide diplomas for completion of their course of study. You can purchase a personalized high school diploma from the HSLDA store.
- What does a diploma mean?
- Where do I get a diploma?
- Can I make my own diploma?
- Who must sign the diploma?
- Can a parent sign a diploma even if he did not personally teach all the classes?
- Can more than one person sign the diploma?
- What should I write on the diploma?
- What if I homeschooled in close association with a private school?
- Do I need an "accredited" diploma? If so, how do I get one? Some colleges and employers look down on a homeschool diploma (they want it to be state-certified).
- Even so, how do I get an "accredited" diploma?
- Can I obtain a high school diploma without involving the local school district?
- Will the local public school issue a diploma for my student?
- Must the student comply with state or school district requirements in order to receive a diploma?
- Do I need to get the local public school's approval before issuing a diploma?
- How do I get a diploma that is recognized by the armed forces?
- Should I skip the diploma and have my student take the GED test instead?
- List of schools (i.e., correspondence and online) that offer a diploma for homeschools.
- Diploma services/programs-can I homeschool without them? How effective are they?
- Should I also prepare a transcript?