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Academic Documents Guidelines
All applicants must submit proof of high school completion or equivalent. As evidence of high school completion, or equivalent, submit an official hardcopy of the following documents via post:
- Official high school transcripts providing graduation date or proof of completion (or equivalent). High school diplomas will not be accepted.
- OR. Certified copy of the student’s General Educational Development (GED) certificate or GED transcript.
- OR. Official college/university transcripts that indicate completion of a bachelor’s or graduate degree.
Transcripts must bear the authorizing signature and the official seal of the issuing institution and be sent directly by the school or college to the Admissions office or sealed in a school or college envelope and mailed or delivered to Admissions by the applicant. Transcripts that are scanned, photocopied, or unsealed will be considered unofficial and will not be accepted.
Transcripts must indicate graduation date or proof of completion.
Official transcripts may be sent to:
Attn: Office of Admissions
1015 N. Cahuenga Blvd. Ste. 5430i
Los Angeles, CA 90038
An official transcript may be sent electronically by the Registrar or Records Office using an approved e-transcript service to firstname.lastname@example.org. Approved E-transcript services include:
E-transcripts sent from a personal e-mail address will not be accepted.
If your Registrar requires Gnomon’s mailing address, please use the address listed above. E-transcripts sent from a personal email address will not be accepted.
Homeschooled applicants must meet the same admissions requirements listed above. Because homeschooling regulations vary dramatically by state, Gnomon requires the following materials as proof of high-school graduation:
- Complete transcripts from a nationally recognized homeschool program that identifies the program as High School equivalent,
- OR. Official score report from the GED, HiSet, CHSPE, or TASC high school equivalency exam indicating a passing score
For more information, please contact Admissions.