College & Transcripts

Dale Stephens, unschooled for grades six through twelve, founded Uncollege in 2011 in response to his frustrations with higher education. He has published a book, Hacking Your Education, and maintains a blog at
Unschooled Teens Go To College
Ann Leadbetter's essay at Life Learning Magazine.
Survey of Grown Unschoolers II: Going on to College
This is the second in a series of four posts concerning a survey of grown unschoolers conducted by Peter Gray and Gina Riley.
Unschooled Kids Do Just Fine in College
Smithsonian Magazine
Article by Colin Schultz at the Smithsonian magazine’s Smart News blog.
CLEP Exams
CLEP (College Level Examination Program) information and resources. CLEP offers 33 exams in five subject areas, covering material taught in courses that you may generally take in your first two years of college. By passing a CLEP exam, you can earn 3 to 12 college credits.
The Homeschooler's Guide to Portfolios and Transcripts
Provides critical advice, examples, and resources for designing the most powerful and persuasive admissions presentations. This guide cuts through the veil of mystery that surrounds the admissions evaluation process to provide frank, practical, advice from public educators, home and alternative school specialists, and admissions professionals.
College Considerations for Unschoolers
Sandra Dodd on college. Includes responses from readers about their experiences and thoughts on the topic.
Sample Unschooler's Transcript (PDF)
High School Transcript
Sample from the Learning Happens blog.