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Resources for Homeschool Students

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Welcome, homeschoolers!

Moraine Park Technical College is proud to be a homeschool friendly college.

We are dedicated to supporting the homeschoolers in our community and want to help you with any questions you have regarding higher education.

We’d like you to “imagine what’s next!”

Resources for Home School Families

Visit our Career Center to take a career assessment. This will help you if you’re unsure of what to study in college.

Moraine Park Technical College has transfer agreements with several universities for many our programs.

Many of our General Education course transfer to four-year universities. Be sure to check with the university of your choice to confirm the courses you take do transfer.

View details on how your child under 16 can take classes at MPTC. Please note, the enrollment process for homeschooled high school students is very similar to public/private school students. However, homeschooled high school students do not get state funding for college courses, and they may take classes during the day.

Your student will need to complete a Student Authorization for Release of Educational Records form if they would like to release educational information to a parent or other third party. Moraine Park is not able to discuss student records or information with parents unless there is a signed form on file.

MPTC offers CLEP exam testing at all 3 campuses for students interested in pursuing college credit through the College Level Examination Program (CLEP).  Visit the College Board website and MPTC’s CLEP webpage for more information.

Do you have previous experience that may equate to college credit? View details on our Credit for Prior Learning page!

Helpful Tips for Homeschool Transcripts

Transcripts you provide will need to include the following information:

  • Student’s name
  • Student’s date of birth
  • The homeschool name (if applicable)
  • The homeschool address and phone number
  • Graduation date (use projected graduation date for pre-graduation transcripts)
  • Courses completed (including course title, final grade, and credit earned)
  • Total number of credits
  • GPA (both cumulative and, if organized by year, for each year)
  • Grading scale
  • Home school parent’s signature and date the transcript was created

View resources on how to create a homeschool transcript.

If you have any additional questions, don’t hesitate to contact us at 1-800-472-4554 , TTY/VP: Use Relay/VRS.