High School Diploma
High School Diploma and Course Credit
Students are able to receive academic credit and ultimately graduate from the Calvert High School with a Maryland State diploma. There are graduation requirements that a student must meet in order to receive a diploma from Calvert. These requirements can be met with academic credit from Calvert courses and/or transfer credits from other accredited institutions.
There are two ways a students can receive a diploma from Calvert High School:
Students who purchase the Calvert Classic curriculum without Live Instruction and/or Mastery Transcipt support do not receive academic credit for their coursework.
Mastery Transcript allows student to to receive academic credit for their Calvert coursework without attending Calvert Academy on a full-time basis. This is a supplementary servicethat provides a path to a diploma for homeschoolers.
Students are taught on a day-to-day basis by their parent and then have their work graded by a Calvert teacher to ensure the student’s mastery of the material. The Calvert teacher assesses the student’s written work, tests, and Learn-Use-Teach portfolio materials. Students who demonstrate mastery of the course material receive a grade for the course to be included on their official transcript and count as academic credit toward graduation requirements for a diploma.
10th Grade Courses (Fall 2015)