You’re at the end of your student’s homeschool years, and it’s probably sinking in: high school graduation is a big deal! Regardless of what your high school senior is planning for post-graduation, they will now be preparing to enter adulthood.
This transition can be as scary as it is exciting. When your student reaches the end of their homeschool journey, it’s a time to celebrate. You and your student should both feel proud of your major accomplishment.
Before you get the diploma, though, there are a few things left to do:
1. Make sure your high school senior has all required credits
It’s important to ensure your high school senior really is ready to graduate. This entails checking to make sure your class records are all in order.
The requirements for obtaining a high school diploma vary from state-to-state, so it’s good to know your student is ready to graduate.
2. Update the transcript
Most likely, you’ve pored over your high school senior’s course schedule and like many parents, you have agonized over making sure every detail is perfect.
If you haven’t, it’s okay — but now is the time to update your student’s transcript. Make sure it fully encapsulates your student’s high school accomplishments. This is particularly important if your student intends to attend college.
During the intense process of helping your high school senior graduate, remember to have fun!
An advantage to homeschooling is the ability to plan your own graduation celebration. The actual ceremony can be whatever you’d like — whatever works best as a summation of your student’s school years.
Celebrate your high school senior!
The best way to kick off the celebration is by creating the perfect graduation announcements to spread the news to friends and relatives. You did it! You pulled off the impressive feat of teaching a high school graduate. Don’t forget to get some announcements that truly show off your school’s style.
Customizable invitations are perfectly suited for homeschoolers who want a unique appearance that expresses them. Get fancy and even use customized colors or even foil for an added shine.
If you plan to do a graduation party, graduation party invitations are a must to begin building you guest list of people who have been important throughout your student’s education.
And don’t forget graduation thank you cards, a nice gesture in return for the gifts your student will receive for all their hard work.
Basic Invite offers an address capturing service as well that makes it easy to to share a link on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or any other social media to request your friends and family’s addresses. And you can print addresses on cards for free!
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