MommyThrice Posted March 7, 2012 Share Posted March 7, 2012 Here's what I have planned so far for next year: 11th grade future attorney Trig & Pre-Calc / dual credit at community college - 1 credit Spanish I & II / dual credit at community college - 2 credits study at home for AP Gov't exams, both U.S. and Comparative - 1 credit modern history (at home - haven't decided on text, will go w/gov't) - 1 credit Great books study - 1 credit Composition (lots of lit. analysis, timed essays and thesis papers) - 1 credit Debate (he takes this REALLY seriously) and speeches - .5 credit I think I'll have him wait and take his 4th science over the summer or his senior year. I'll probably go light on history to really concentrate on writing. 10 grade - undecided, possibly engineering, but leaning toward liberal arts Algebra II (Saxon) - 1 credit Chemistry & lab at local class (instruction is just average) - 1.5 credits Spanish II (Rosetta Stone) - 1 credit study at home for AP Gov't exams, both U.S. and Comparative - 1 credit modern history (at home - haven't decided on text, will go w/gov't) - 1 credit Great books (using some of Omnibus & some GreatBooks.com) - 1 credit Composition (similar to above) - 1 credit Debate (he loves it, too) - .5 Is this do-able? Am I missing anything? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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