I live in NC and they require that you send proof of high school graduation for parents. Being homeschooled, I don't have any documentation of graduating high school.
I am considering homeschooling my kids this coming school year, but I'm not sure they will accept this, since I don't have an official high school diploma.
If you were homeschooled, and you had to prove high school completion to homeschool your kids, what did you use to do so?
Do you have a G.E.D.? You may have to write to them and say you were also homeschooled. A lot of places still give something showing completion of homeschooling when you finish 12th grade. They may require that. If you don't have either, you may have an issue.
I think your best option would be to contact the school system and explain the situation. They may be able to tell you an alternative or what you have to do to prove you were homeschooled.
I was homeschooled but I have not had to prove anything to the school system about my education. I feel like it cant be legal for them to require this. If they make it to difficult I would contact HSLDA and see if they can help. I am so sorry you have to deal with this.
Just have your mom make a diploma or transcript for you. Submit it, done.
I'm in NC. I wasn't homeschooled. I graduated in CA, and submitted transcript...which looks completely like nothing more than a piece of paper with grade and credits on it. I would think you could find a template online somewhere. I couldn't find my diploma, but I bet you could somehow get one online and have your mom sign it.