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How to apply as a homeschool student

Below are the admission requirements for homeschool students.

Homeschool High School Requirements

As a general rule, the following subjects are required for completion of a high school diploma. When compiling your student’s high school transcript, you should always refer to your state’s requirements.  

  • 4 Years of English 
  • 3 Years of Math
  • 2 Years of History
  • 2 Years of Science
  • Foreign Language is encouraged but not required for admittance to TMU. 

Homeschool Transcripts

  • An official transcript is one that is sent directly from the issuing school and is signed by the registrar and/or administrator.  
  • Transcripts should include each class from 9th through 12th grade, with a letter grade assigned to each class. 
  • The transcript must use a credit system to calculate GPA. 
  • The transcript must be current through the date of applying. 
  • Final transcripts must include the graduation date (for undergraduate admissions). 

If the transcript is produced by the parent, then 1) a parental signature is required along with 2) the date of signing. Please include only the last four digits of the student’s social security number on the transcript. Transcripts must be emailed or sent to TMU by the parent, not the student. 

The GED or California Proficiency Exam are accepted in absence of a final transcript. 

Transcripts must be requested from the current or most recent school. Transcripts may be emailed to tmuonline@masters.edu or mailed directly to: 

The Master’s University

ATTN: TMU Online 

21726 Placerita Canyon Rd., 

Newhall, CA 9132 

College Credit

Students may take courses for college credit between eleventh and twelfth grade. See our list of articulation agreements to determine which classes apply to general education requirements. Registrar | The Master’s UniversityOfficial transcripts from each college or university are required to receive transferrable credit. CLEP, AP, and IB units are accepted. Maximum number of CLEP units is 18 and maximum combined CLEP, AP, and IB units is 32 units.