A Top-Tier/ Tier 1 homeschool-friendly university where students thrive

Why Saint Martin's?

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Top-Tier Homeschool-Friendly University

Saint Martin’s is one of the nation’s top-tier homeschool-friendly colleges. We welcome and recognize the dedication homeschoolers and their families have toward education. You will feel right at home at Saint Martin’s: our inclusive community is comprised of learners who are thoughtful, independent thinkers interested in making a positive difference in the world. We want to help make your transition to college a smooth one, which is why we have the same holistic application review for homeschool students as with other high school students. Homeschool students are also eligible for our academic merit scholarships.

Classic Learning Test

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Saint Martin’s is proud to accept the CLT!

2022 CLT Test Dates: TBD

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Additional information


List all courses taken and dates completed.

  • Have a cumulative GPA calculated on a 4-point scale.
  • Include the graduation date only AFTER the student has graduated. Prior to graduation, an “anticipated graduation date” can be listed.
  • Be kept in a safe place
  • Be signed and dated by the “School Principal.”
  • Be mailed to the college in a sealed envelope with the principal’s signature over seal.
  • Have the school name and address on the outside of the envelope.

Homeschool transcripts will be considered official when:

  • The signed transcript is delivered in a sealed envelope with the academic administrators (parent) signature over the seal of the envelope.
  • The signed transcript has been emailed directly from the academic administrators (parent) with an email chain/parents signature and explanation to verify that it came from the parent of the applicant.
  • The signed transcript has been faxed or emailed directly from the Homeschool administrator/ Guidance Counselor’s office to the Office of Admissions or directly to the admissions counselor. It must have a fax cover sheet or email chain to support this, and must be added to the students file.

Ready to learn more?

Find important information on deadlines, requirements, and how to apply on our undergraduate page.

Questions? Call us!