In general, here are some guidelines for preparing the homeschool transcript. There are many homeschool transcript templates available on-line as well as some very good record-keeping options that prepare transcripts for you for a small fee.
The homeschool transcript should:
list all courses taken and dates completed.
have a cumulative GPA calculated on a 4 point scale.
include the graduation date only AFTER the student has graduated. Prior to graduation, an "anticipated graduation date" can be listed.
be kept in a safe place forever (OK, maybe not forever, but for life of student).
be signed and dated by the "School Principal."
be mailed to the college in a sealed envelope with the principal's signature over seal.
Have the school name and address on the outside of the envelope.
Homeschool transcripts will be considered official when:
The signed transcript is delivered in a sealed envelope with the academic administrators (parent) signature over the seal of the envelope.
The signed transcript has been emailed directly from the academic administrators (parent) with an email chain/parents signature and explanation to verify that it came from the parent of the applicant.
The signed transcript has been faxed or emailed directly from the Home School administrator/ Guidance Counselor's office to Enrollment Support Services, Transcript Request Department, or to the Regent Admissions Counselor. It must have a fax cover sheet or email chain to support this, and must be added to the students file.