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The ABCs of Letter Grades before High School

How to confidently use percentages, grading scales, and weighted answers to calculate letter grades!
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4 Reasons to Grade before High School

These 4 key factors will help you decide whether or not to grade your elementary or middle school student’s work.
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COVID-19: Guidance for Pennsylvania Parents of 2019–2020 12th Graders

With homeschool requirements changed due to COVID-19, parents of 12th graders are asking whether they must have their student evaluated prior to graduation.
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What Grade Is My Child Ready For?

If your child is not on grade level or doesn’t seem to fit into the curriculum/level you have selected, don’t panic! Wondering where to begin and what’s allowed? grab a cup of coffee and let’s talk about it . . .
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Types of Homeschool Records

Which records are important? It’s more than books and grades . . . What about work samples, extracurricular activities, and days and hours of instruction?
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Question: Pass/fail vs. letter grades?

Pass/fail grades are not calculated into a grade point average on the high school transcript, and our high school educational consultants recommend using them sparingly, if at all.
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Free High School Transcript Templates

Learn when to use a semester-grade transcript instead of a final-grade transcript—and download our free blank forms!
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Grade Levels & Homeschooling — Q & A

What grade level is my child in? Can we skip or repeat a grade in homeschooling? Take different subjects at different levels? Discover the amazing flexibility of homeschooling with HSLDA Consultant Vicki Bentley and HSLDA Attorney Dan Beasley!
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How to Grade High School Assignments

Properly evaluating your teen’s work is very important during the high school years. Here’s how to grade different types of assignments.
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How to Grade a High School Course

Learn the basics of grading a high school course. Tip: It’s an art, not an exact science!
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How to Calculate a Grade Point Average (GPA)

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How to Adapt if My Child’s Not on Grade Level

If your child is not on grade level or doesn’t seem to fit into the curriculum/level you have selected, don’t panic! Wondering where to begin and what’s allowed? grab a cup of coffee and let’s talk about it . . .
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How to Use Rubrics to Assess Your Child

Rubrics are one of three common ways you can assess your elementary or middle school child’s progress. Learn more about them and how they can be used with these helpful resources!
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Using Checklists to Assess My Child

Introducing 3 Kinds of Checklists You Might Like
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3 Ways to Evaluate My Student’s Work

Did you know you have options? Here’s a quick rundown. 
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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!
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Your Teen’s Journey: One for the Recordbooks

Why you should keep a high school transcript after your homeschool student graduates, and where you can get one.
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Assessment Options for Young Children

Wondering, “How do I assess my young child’s learning in homeschooling?” From standardized testing to anecdotal records, portfolios, and checklists---let’s talk about the options! What’s developmentally appropriate for your child?
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Looking for Free or Inexpensive Curriculum and Resources?

From lesson plans to complete curriculum packages to refurbished laptops, see if any of these free or discounted materials can round out your homeschool library.
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What about testing children younger than 8 (3rd grade)?

Is my 5-, 6-, or 7-year-old ready for formal testing? What options are available?   
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