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  1. Thanks guys, these are all very helpful. I saw your response to this 8FillTheHeart, but I think that it is one of his underlying motives to avoid applying.He goes to a classical Christian high school and Lord willing he is heading to an Engineering program at whatever college he lands at. He's tired of the liberal arts. He does well with history and literature, he plays the piano well and enjoys classical music, but he's told me a few times he just wants to do math and science. He also has a fear of the unknown. He's only 16 yo and I really think this is a place where his fathe
  2. My youngest has been invited to apply to a couple of honors programs and he's dragging his feet. He says he's weighing the cost (extra-curricular events and service projects) vs the benefit (classes available). I've given him the additional benefits of priority registration for classes and graduating with honors. What advantages have you found? Any additional things we are not considering? Thanks, Karen
  3. I would like to start compiling a list of gap year programs. We're not sure what my youngest will do when he graduates, right now we're proceeding as if he will go right to college, but we want to consider gap year programs. He's 15 yo, summer birthday, and a junior in a classical Christian school. He thinks he wants to go into nanotechnology so he's science and math inclined, but he also has had a pretty rich classical liberal arts education so not opposed to something not math/science related. Please share links below for any gap year programs you know of. Also, if you know of any colleg
  4. If you are completing a course with enough credit for literature and history then simply title your history course accordingly. e.g. Literature of the Western World III 18th and 19th century World and US History
  5. Many of these online courses offer early registration pricing too that one can take advantage of, the WTMA does.
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  8. Hi everyone, My youngest son, who was in utero when I first started to post here (well, not here, but at the dancing mic, First! page), is headed to the Lego Robotics World championship in April. :hurray: He's looking for likes on his group's Facebook page (fb is his task). So I thought I pop in and see if anyone would be so kind as to like his page. Thank you :001_smile: Karen
  9. Laney, you still live on in infamy :rofl: Sorry Susan that you are going through this.
  10. We will be doing Physics first here, probably Derek Owens in 8th grade.
  11. I work out in Lancaster, PA a few days a month. Maybe we can drop by when they are hosting an event or general open house. Thanks
  12. Anyone know anything about Franklin and Marshall physics department? Very early investigation into schools for youngest ds so we can plan his high school years. His area of interest is theoretical physics. Unfortunately this kid has liberal arts and artist/musician parents. We're pretty much clueless. :001_unsure:
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