choirfarm Posted March 7, 2012 Share Posted March 7, 2012 It is looking like my oldest is going to graduate without studying ancient literature... Is that horrible??? I just cannot figure out a way to make it fit. Here is what he has done so far: 9th grade English I Chalkdust Geometry SOS Spanish I TOG Year 3 rhetoric ( called it 19th Century World History) Apologia Chemistry Logic (Introductory and Intermediate Logic for 1 credit) 10th grade English II Chalkdust combined Alg I and II ( He did TT Alg I and II in 8th) SOS Spanish 2( actually finished 1 and did about half of 2) TOG Year 4 rhetoric ( 20th Century World History) CS Lewis Â½ credit course AP Statistics through PA Homeschoolers Apologia Physics Driverâ€™s Ed- Â½ credit 11th grade English III Chalkdust Precalculus Spanish I and II at cc Racquetball at cc- Â½ pe credit AP Chemistry through PA Homeschoolers AP Government through PA Homeschoolers Health Â½ credit Computer Programming Â½ credit AOPS course (March-June) This is what we are looking at for 12th grade: PA Homeschoolers AP Economics PA Homeschoolers AP Physics B Calculus at either cc or PA Homeschoolers Spanish III and IV at cc English I and II at cc I just don't see how the ancients fit... Maybe I could start doing a little of them now, but I had wanted to do it with history... He did dialectic level ancient history in 7th grade... Uggh. I've run out of time. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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