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Here at The Trent Schools, we receive many questions about our program. Below you'll see most of our commonly asked questions and answers to them. If there is something else like to ask, please feel free to send us an email HERE.

Is homeschooling right for you?

How does this program work?

Do I need to buy anything? Are there extra costs? Any hidden fees?

When during the year can I enroll my child?

How long will it take a student to complete one grade level?

What are my state’s laws regarding home schooling?

Is Trent an accredited homeschooling institution?

What's a transcript? Do I need one? How do I get one sent?

Which grade level should my child be enrolled in?

Is Trent a Virtual School?

My child has a learning disability, will Trent's curriculum suit his particular learning speed?

Does Trent accept expatriate and international students? (CLICK TO CLOSE)

Trent welcomes students living around the world! We have students around the globe, many of whom are expatriates or English speakers. However, we have students who do not speak English and elect to use an Internet translator to convert their lessons.

Trent students receive a college preparatory education quite similar to one they would receive if attending a good boarding school in The United States. The emphasis on history and government is decidedly American. The spelling and grammar used in lessons are those accepted as correct and proper in The United States.

All students successfully completing the twelfth grade receive a diploma on behalf of their homeschool, and their grade records are kept on permanent file at The Trent Schools. Upon request, copies of grade transcripts can be sent anywhere in the world.

Do colleges and universities accept students who have been homeschooled?

Does Trent base its lessons in any religion?

What if my child has a career or daily obligation?


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