Home-Schooled Students

Middlesex Community College welcomes qualified home-educated students seeking admission to the College. A home-educated applicant is someone who has graduated from a homeschooling program that meets the minimum requirements of their local school district.

Homeschooled students who do not have a high school diploma may still attend Middlesex, but only as a part-time, non-degree seeking student. All homeschooled students must demonstrate sufficient academic ability and satisfy course prerequisites before they can register for classes. Homeschooled students should also meet with the Director of Enrollment Services for an interview before registering for classes.

College Preparatory Curriculum (CPC) Suggestions
Academic Areas Required Units)Academic Content
English (4 Units)
  • Grammar and Usage
  • American and World Literature
  • Advanced Composition Skills
Mathematics (3 Units)
Computer (1/2 Unit)
  • Algebra I
  • Geometry
  • Algebra II
  • Advanced Mathematics Computer (1/2 credit)
Natural Science (2 Units)
  • Biology with Lab
  • Physical Science
  • Chemistry with Lab
Social Studies (3 Units)
  • U.S. History I & II
  • World History
  • Economics & Government
Foreign Language (2 Units)Must be in the same language.
Vocational Education/the Arts (1 Unit)
Physical Education (1 Unit)
Health (1 Unit) (Includes Substance Abuse Education)
Additional Electives (6 1/2 Units)

Home-Educated College Preparatory Credit Evaluation

Please click on the link to download Home-Educated College Prepatory Credit Evaluation sheet.