Halcyon Posted June 19, 2012 Share Posted June 19, 2012 I am using Donna Young's excel School Year Calculator and trying to figure out how many "terms" I should say I have in my school. I always think of it as two--before xmas and after new years. However, this makes the second term disproportionately long. I don't think that really matters, as, for the most part, our subjects stay the same through both terms (the only things that might differ are Art Study in first term, switching to Logic in second term). Does anyone have any insight? Why would this matter to me? Or does it not? Perhaps it matters more in high school? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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