Students who are under 21 years of age and have not, or will not, receive a certificate of graduation through a public or an accredited private secondary school system, may apply for admission under one of the following two options:
Home-schooled students who are 21 years of age or older may be considered for admission as Mature Students.
Students admitted as Home-Schooled students will automatically be considered for an Academic Entrance Scholarship if they have provided documents that can be properly evaluated for grading and meet the February 28 application deadline. "Properly evaluated" will be determined by the Admissions Coordinator. If transcripts and/or documents cannot be properly evaluated, the student may request to be considered for an Academic Entrance Scholarship through an interview process. Home-Schooled students may apply for a Leadership Scholarship or one of the Academic Merit, Business Merit or Music Merit awards provided they meet the criteria listed.
In April 2020, the Admissions team hosted a 45 minute webinar on the topic of creating a home-school transcript. Click the link below to receive a recording.
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