Thanks, Carol McKee
Wow! Academic Records has saved me an incredible
amount of time and helped both of my children gain admission into the colleges
of their choice. I have been using
Academic Records since it was first established. Yes, I could have designed my own report
cards, and often I did. However, I knew
that a standard format could be very helpful in the college admission process.
with the local community college, I used Academic Records to create a beginning
Middle School and High School grade record.
This made it easier to enroll Brandon, and then Jenna, in the local
dual-enrollment program. The format was
easy to read and left no question about the classes and credit they had earned
to that point.
to community college access, it made college admission applications much
easier. I was able to quickly print out
a transcript that each college requested.
Until this time, I did not really care about the GPA feature. However, many of the public universities
wanted a weighted GPA (one that gives higher credit for honors, AP, and college
classes). I was quickly able to modify
their transcript in order to give each college what they wanted. Yes, many of the public universities in North
Carolina will take the grades
that aren’t weighted and calculate a weighted grade for them. But, whom would you rather have doing that; someone
that really has no interest in your student’s future or the educator that has
been responsible for his or her academic achievement. For the White House Christian Academy
the answer was clear.
help of Academic Records, Brandon
was accepted and given an appointment to the United State Air Force
Academy. He also had verbal acceptance
from every admissions department we talked to or who looked at his
transcript. Jenna was quickly accepted
into UNC-G. The format of Academic
Records made it easy for their admission department to see exactly what she had
taken and how she performed.
It was easy
to note on the transcript classes that were dual-enrollment. You can also create your own word document in
the blank area to put SAT scores, immunization records, or athletic
awards. I could have created a document
on my own that would duplicate what Academic Records does, but for the small
fee each year it would not be worth my time.
In addition, it would not have done even a small portion of what was
available through Academic Records.
Through the college admission process I had a
few questions. When they arose the
technical support I received through Academic Records was thorough and
timely. Would I use them again? You had better believe it. For the cost and quality, you can not beat
Academic Records to manage your student’s educational achievement.
Tammy White Med.