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Yes! Homeschool students have proven themselves in colleges and universities for decades. Most admissions officers are familiar with homeschooling, and many institutions even post homeschool admission policies on their websites.

You can maximize your student’s chances of acceptance by visiting college websites, understanding their high school credit requirements, and incorporating these into your student’s high school program.

Colleges want focused and motivated students who love learning. With well-kept records and competitive college entrance test scores, homeschooled applicants are generally welcome at postsecondary schools.

Check out this series to learn more about college prep for teens.

College Prep for Teens

Academic preparation for college begins in the freshman year. Learn what you need to know about a college prep plan and exploring career interests with your teen!

Average to Strong College Prep Plan

This sample high school plan would be appropriate for students entering community college or applying to most four-year colleges and universities.

Rigorous College Prep Plan

This sample high school plan would be appropriate for students applying to selective or prestigious colleges and universities.

District’s College Test Ban Illustrates National Problem for Homeschoolers

HSLDA is working to find a long-term solution that allows homeschoolers everywhere access to important college prep tests.

Get our simple 4-year high school plan form

Use this free 4-year high school form to plan out the courses your homeschool student will take during each year of high school.

How Homeschoolers Can Conquer the SAT | Ep. 17

Learn how to demystify the SAT with Jean Burk, homeschooling mom and author of CollegePrep Genius SAT curriculum.

Taming the Testing Jungle


Lifting Anchor: Preparing Students with Disabilities to Set Sail for College

Most parents are familiar with the options for their child after high school. But what if your child has a disability? Learn how to help your child with special needs thrive in college!

ACT and SAT Testing Accommodations: What You Need to Know


Introduction to College Entrance Exams