Consult with an academic counselor.
Your counselor will answer your questions about School Support and Record Keeping and assist in making in making decisions that impact the success of your school.
Equip your staff with training.
You will receive a free training packet when you enroll. These LightUnits deal with Christian Light curriculum structure, Biblical principles of education, and procedures for a successful school. You may take the course by correspondence or at a Christian Light Training Center. A Christian Light Teacher’s Certificate will be issued upon successful completion of the training.
Rest easy with secure, professional record keeping.
We maintain a permanent record based on Quarterly Progress Report forms you send us for each enrolled student. From this file we can assist you with feedback, verify the progress of your school to authorities if needed, and send official transcripts to other schools and colleges.
Your student’s file includes:
A transcript of student's work from previous schools, if available.
A record of academic work and attendance while in our program.
A profile of the student's standardized (achievement) test results.
Map the road ahead with Academic Projections.
The high school academic projection is a goal-setting tool designed to help you and your students get the most out of their high school years.
Receive report cards after each quarter.
Christian Light provides you with manual report cards that you can keep for your own records. We will also send you computerized cumulative report cards each quarter.
Award high school diplomas.
Christian Light offers Grade 8 and High School diplomas to students who successfully complete the work required for graduation. School and homeschool graduates have been accepted into over 400 colleges and universities worldwide.
Click here to learn about Christian Light Diploma Requirements.
Get transcripts for college applications and other needs.
Transcripts are provided for students currently or formerly enrolled in the School Support and Record Keeping program. Transcripts are the official record of high school credits earned showing the student's grade point average for work completed while enrolled in our program. Transcripts also include approved high school credits earned as listed on official transcripts received from previous schools.
Receive other benefits:
Use approved courses from other publishers.
Save money with a 10% discount on library books and non-curriculum items.
Save more money the longer you stay in the program as your fees decrease over time.