If you would like to talk to a current student at King’s that was homeschooled, or if you’re interested in having a representative at King’s visit your homeschool co-op, contact the Admissions Office.
Follow these steps to apply to The King’s College.
Step 1: Apply for Admission
To start the admissions process, submit an application online.
If The King’s College is one of your top choices, applying early action is a great choice. Early action is not binding, but indicates that you are serious about attending King’s in the fall. Students who apply Early Action will receive an expedited financial aid package if they complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) before October 31st. Admitted students must pay a $500 refundable enrollment deposit by December 15th to qualify for the benefits below.
Benefits of Applying Early Action
- Invitation to attend our Interregnum visit event as a special guest and a guaranteed travel reimbursement up to $250 for any spring semester visit
- Expedited financial aid packages
- Priority access to housing and class registration
Step 2: Submit high school transcripts
Preferably, official high school transcripts should come from a homeschool clearinghouse, guild, academy or association. If transcripts are unavailable, we encourage you to consider FastTranscripts.com, offered in concert with the Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA). Or, we will accept detailed and dated course descriptions, textbooks used, proficiency levels, GPA, and anticipated graduation date, signed by the overseer of your education. If none of these options are available, an official copy of the General Educational Development (GED) test scores is required.
If you have college credits from other sources, including community college or credit-by-exam, contact your King’s Admissions Counselor for specific details about transferring those into King’s.
Step 3: Submit ACT, SAT, and/or CLT scores
The Admissions Team reviews applications upon receipt of all materials and responds within two to four weeks.
Completing dual enrollment online or on campus may be a great option for students wanting to gain college experience and credits during their junior and senior years in high school. The King’s College offers both online and on-campus options for dual-enrollment. Students are able to take up to eight classes (24 hours). For interest in: