Grove City College is ranked #1 for homeschool graduates (SuperScholar). We understand the value placed upon education and the community. Below are some resources customized exclusively for homeschool graduates.
Grove City College defines a homeschooled student as one who is taught at home by their parents or by a group of individuals outside the traditional educational system. Students who have taken college classes as a supplement to their home education training will be accepted as freshmen and will progress each year along with their peers.
*Test-optional (fall 2021)—due to COVID-19, fall 2021 applicants are not required to submit SAT/ACT/CLT test scores.
View our detailed Application Tips before opening an application account and read over our Application Instructions, paying close attention to the application checklist and deadlines.
We recognize that each homeschool family is unique. To better understand each student's high school experience, we highly encourage a personal interview. Students should be prepared to elaborate on courses they have studied and activities in which they have participated outside the home.
If your homeschool co-op or community would like to learn more about Grove City College, you may request an in-person admissions presentation by calling the Office of Admissions at 724-458-2100.
Qualified juniors or seniors have the opportunity to take college classes for credit at a reduced cost. The courses may count for high school credit in addition to Grove City College credit. Find out more about our dual enrollment program.
Visiting campus is the most crucial component of the college search and selection process. We recommend that those who live within a day's drive of the College schedule a personalized campus visit to experience Grove City College firsthand.