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We showed you some free resources you can utilize for preparing your student’s high school transcript in this post.

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Now we want to share with you some great services that do cost a little, but sometimes we need more help than the free resources can give. Some of these services listed here will literally hold your hand and pretty much prepare your homeschool high school transcript for you!

As busy as we all are, sometimes if we have a few dollars, it makes sense to pay for services that will make our lives a little bit easier and less stressful.

Check Out 11 Homeschool Recordkeeping and Transcript Services Below


Homeschool Legal Defense Association

HSLDA offers a paid transcript service in addition to all the free resources they provide.  The service plans start at $16 a year and they offer a free 30 day trial, get more information here.


The Home Scholar

The Home Scholar offers a transcript service called Total Transcript Solution for $47.  It includes instructional videos, templates, and even time for consultation.  They offer a money back guarantee if you are not happy with their service.

I personally use this service for our homeschool and love it. You can read my review in this post and also watch a free one hour webinar that gives you all the details about how to homeschool high school.


The Homeschool Tracker

The Homeschool Tracker lets you keep up with several record-keeping items like lesson plans, schedules, and offers reports like report cards and transcripts.  They have both monthly and annual plans. Prices start at $7.50 per month.


Related Post: 15 Sources of Free Homeschool High School Transcript Templates


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My Homeschool Transcripts

My Homeschool Transcripts offers an online transcript service that is fully customizable to your homeschool needs.  They have several subscription levels, with a monthly subscription starting at $4.49.  If you are needing to create a one time transcript or want to check out their service they do offer a free limited account as well.


Transcript Maker

Transcript Maker is $5 a month for a family subscription.  The subscription also includes some training courses. They also have a free version for 1 student.


Credits before College

Credits before College offers a Microsoft Excel Template for a one time charge of $25.  They have a generous try-before-you-buy option.


Homeschool Transcripts

Homeschool Transcripts offers software for generating transcripts called TranscriptPro that starts at $49.   Their website includes a demonstration of their product you will definitely want to check out.


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Quick Schools

Quick Schools in an online system designed more for schools, but with their charges being set by number of students this can easily be applied to your homeschool.  Plans start at $0.99 per student and they offer a free 30 day trial.


Related Post: Who Said Homeschool Is For Elementary Kids Only? It’s For Highschoolers Too!


Donna Young

Donna Young offers downloads for almost all of your homeschooling needs, including high school specific needs such as courses of study and transcripts.  To access the many downloads she has available she has a $24.99 yearly subscription to her site.


Time 4 Learning

Time 4 Learning is an online curriculum that allows your students access to online classes.  They do keep records of grades for your students, which can easily be recorded on transcripts.


My Homeschool Grades

My Homeschool Grades is a complete record-keeping system that lets you track grades, attendance and extra-curricular activities for all of your students and allows you to build transcripts too.  The subscription is $5.99 a month and offers a 30 day money back guarantee.


There are so many resources available to make homeschooling high school much easier than you think. And it doesn’t have to break the bank either!

 

 

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