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Homeschooled Applicants

We believe homeschooling provides applicants with unique opportunities and experience which enrich our student body.

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Wheaton College welcomes applications from homeschoolers who have completed a rigorous college-preparatory program. Homeschoolers have been a part of our community for many years, and we recognize the particular assets they bring to college life: initiative, independent learning, and creative thinking. Nearly 10% of incoming classes have been homeschooled at some point during their high school years.

Required Additional Forms

If you were homeschooled for any part of high school, you must submit the following in addition to your application to the College of Arts and Sciences or the Conservatory of Music.

Both forms can be sent to:

Wheaton College Undergraduate Admissions Office
Student Services Building
501 College Avenue
Wheaton, IL 60187

or emailed to admissions@wheaton.edu.

More Information for Homeschooled Students

FAQs
Frequently Asked Questions from homeschool students.

Speak with an Admissions Counselor
Admissions counselors are available to answer any questions you have regarding high school requirements, the application process, or unique circumstances.

Speak with a Wheaton Student
If you are interested in talking to a Wheaton student who was homeschooled, contact us at admissions@wheaton.edu, and we'll connect you with someone who can answer your questions.

Next Steps

In addition to this homeschooled student information, please review the information for your application of choice:

How to Apply to the College of Arts and Sciences

or 

How to Apply to the Conservatory of Music

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