Many schools claim to be homeschool friendly. But, Regent University has the distinction of being listed as a “Tier 1” homeschool-friendly school by the Homeschool Legal Defense Association because of their understanding of the unique needs of a homeschool family.
Help for High School
Even before walking onto campus for the first time, homeschooled high schoolers often seek assistance with high school credits, creating transcripts for college admission, and navigating the financial aid information system. Regent University offers help from the very beginning.
- Access Regent’s planning calendar before high school begins to help you lay out a college preparatory high school plan.
- Find information about building a transcript, preparing it for the application process, and ensuring that it is received as an official document, even when prepared by parents.
- Earn both high school and college credit with dual enrollment options available through Regent.
- Learn how to convert high school and college credits.
- Benefit from Regent’s partnership with HSLDA by applying for a scholarship for HSLDA members. Also, find suggestions for navigating scholarship and financial aid applications.
Regent University’s welcome for homeschoolers extends well past the preparatory and admissions phase. Regent recognizes that homeschool graduates are among the best and brightest of all undergraduate students. For this reason, homeschoolers are actively recruited to become a part of the Regent family.
Flexible course options, a biblical worldview, a welcoming body of like-minded students, and a faculty-to-student ratio that fosters relationships await the homeschool student who chooses Regent University’s liberal arts undergraduate program. Parents and students alike can rest assured that a Regent University education will build upon the foundation established during the homeschool years.