Monday, April 22, 2013

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Subject Transcript Instead of Yearly Transcript - High School

Well I finally finished compiling my daughter's transcript. She graduates home school June 1, 2013. I purchased Homeschool Tracker years ago to make the transcript process smoother. Alas, it didn't work out for us because I enrolled her in private school for 3 semesters.

Entering all her info again would have been very confusing and time intensive based on how the program is set up. Plus I realized a subject transcript would be a better fit for us than a yearly transcript and Homeschool Tracker only offers a yearly transcript broken into semesters.

The university she is planning on applying to (University of Texas Permian Basin) told me they don't want multiple transcripts for high school. They want me to consolidate her transcripts into one. So, that's what I did.

I searched for a subject transcript, but couldn't find one I liked. I finally ended up picking and choosing different parts from various transcripts and just making my own. In the hope of saving someone out there time, I'm making mine available.
  • Based on subjects instead of years
  • One page
  • Space for recording SAT and ACT scores
  • Space for GPA and credit info 
Click here for Subject Transcript Template

27 comments:

  1. Just what I needed today. This saved me a lot of time to get a transcript ready so my student could take some college courses.
    Thank you for sharing!

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    1. Thank You....What a blessing for you to share! Many thanks!!

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  2. thank you for sharing this! Lost my template I'd used 3 times in a computer crash (yes, I know...I should have protected it better).

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    1. Your welcome! I know how you feel about computer crashes! Now I store everything important to Dropbox, Google Drive or Skydrive. Now only to remember which online storage I used for what, lol!

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  3. Melissa,
    Great post. I tried to download the Subject Transcript Template, but the link has been disabled. Is there a way to correct this? It would be a big help to us.
    Also, thank you (and God) for your story.
    Carl

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    1. Hi Carl,
      Sorry about that. I'm not sure what happened to the link, but I've updated it. It should be working now.
      God bless,
      Melissa

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  4. Thank you so much! This was perfect. My son is enrolling in college this month.

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    1. You're welcome! I'm glad you could use it.

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  5. This looks so professional and I would love to use it for my daughter's transcript, but it doesn't seem to be downloading correctly. It shows it downloaded, but when I try to open it, it isn't in the downloads. Is the link still viable? Thanks so much!

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    1. Hi Amy,
      The link goes to my dropbox folder...from there you download the transcript. I checked, and it's still working. You might want to double check where it is set to download on your computer. And if you know you downloaded it then do a search on your computer by the file name.
      HTH,
      Melissa

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  6. Thank you for making this available. Just what I was looking for!

    Blessings,
    Kristi

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  7. I love your transcript! I've downloaded it (Thank you!) but am not able to make changes to it. What do I need to do to make it writable? Unfortunately, I'm not very tech savvy. :( Tia!

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    1. Hi! Thanks. Make sure you downloaded the Microsoft Word version and not the image on this page. If you still can't edit it, then right click the document, click on properties, and make sure Read-Only is not checked under attributes.

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  8. Thank you! I needed that! It was perfect!

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  9. Thank you for sharing! Looks great!

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  10. Thank you!! That was so helpful.

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  11. Thank you so much! This is great for kids who start high school level work in middle school!

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  12. I knew I would find what I needed today. Thank you!

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  13. Thank you so much! Just what I was looking for!

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  14. I love this! Pls, how do you grade? How do we know the deserve an A, C, Etc..

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  15. Thank you, thank you for sharing this! I've been trying to get my daughter's transcripts ready for a year and finally sat down ready to just settle for something, and you have exactly what I've been wanting!! Her transcript is coming together so easily. I'm very grateful for your work!

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  16. Hi! I'm sure it's user error, but I can't seem to get into an editable version of this - can you help me? This is exactly what I've been looking for. Thank you for making it available!

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  17. Thank you so much for the transcript template! It's just what we were looking for! :D

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  18. thanks for sharing!!! We are looking at UTPB as well, are they pretty homeschool friendly?

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    1. You're welcome! Yes, they are friendly to homeschoolers. I think most of the professors like homeschoolers because they are already independent learners.

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