Home School

We can make it easy for you.

At Louisiana College, we understand planning really begins long before ninth grade. High school is an exciting time for students and parents, but it can also seem overwhelming. Unfortunately, most homeschooling families do not have access to critical information to help make the journey easier. Louisiana College would like to make this transition smoother for families who need answers to questions and a little help along the way. Use this site as a guide to your transition from homeschool student to Louisiana College graduate.

What's Next?

Contact Homeschool Admissions

Step 1 - Contact Us

As the Homeschool Admissions Counselor, I understand the challenges of preparing students for high school and college, and it is my goal to help students and families navigate all the transitions. I know Louisiana state homeschooling laws, eligibility for TOPS, college admission requirements, and so much more. I look forward to sharing with you all the resources I have and the many reasons why I love Louisiana College. Reagan Watkins, Homeschool Admissions Counselor 800.487.1906 or 318.487.7326 reagan.watkins@lacollege.edu

Visit Campus

Step 2 - Visit Campus!

Visiting the Louisiana College campus in person is the best way to decide if we are a great match for you. Experience the spirit of Louisiana College! Schedule your campus visit.

Homeschool Application

Step 3 - Apply Online!

At Louisiana College we welcome and encourage applications from students who have been homeschooled. Louisiana residents who are registered with the Louisiana Department of Education State Approved (BESE) Home Study program must meet the same requirements of other state approved schools. 1) Submit your application to find out if you qualify for admissions and are eligible for our merit scholarship program. 2) Submit your non-refundable $25 application fee. 3) Submit a high school transcript 4) Have your official ACT score report sent directly to the Louisiana College Admissions Office (ACT Code: 1586) 5) For homeschooled students who are non-accredited, or have registered under the Private School option, you must also have your HiSET (GED) transcripts sent from the appropriate testing authority.