Are you a homeschool student looking for your next step to college? Schoolcraft offers dual enrollment for High School students, small class sizes, academic support, online classes and apprenticeship opportunities.
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Dual Enrollment allows high school students to earn college credits while still in high school. Students enrolled in an eligible High School program may have the cost of their classes paid for through the Postsecondary Enrollment Act. If students are not eligible for state funding, parents/students may pay for classes themselves.
Graduated Homeschool Students
Schoolcraft College is a great next step for the graduated homeschool student. Good News! The application process is the same for homeschool students as any other student.
Applying for admission is the first step toward enrolling in college as a new student. Complete our online form to apply. You will need to create a new account to save your application.
Send in Your Homeschool Transcripts
- List the secondary school courses completed
- Include the graduation date
- Signed by the homeschool parent or legal guardian
- Submit your homeschool transcripts to [email protected]
Submit Your Test Scores
If you’re a first-year student, submit SAT/ACT Scores if taken within the last three years. Request your scores be sent to Schoolcraft College (SAT Code 1764, ACT code 2070) or upload scores in your Schoolcraft My Account under supplemental items.
Alternatively, you can take placement tests in the Schoolcraft Testing Center. Testing is offered on a walk-in basis during regular hours. Allow approximately 2-1/2 hours to complete testing. Photo identification is required at the time of testing.
Schoolcraft College offers the Welding Pre-Apprenticeship Certificate.
Schoolcraft Business Development Center also offers apprenticeship opportunities.