BlsdMama Posted November 4, 2015 Share Posted November 4, 2015 At the end of DS' junior year he will have completed graduation requirements EXCEPT foreign language and have 23 college credits. He would still be considered an incoming freshman at the local State U and be considered for incoming scholarships. Our options: 1. Next year is his senior year and he will spend it taking German at the CC and nothing else so he doesn't go over thirty hours. 2. Next year we consider him a freshman and send him to CC. 3. Next year we consider him a freshman and he applies to State U, but goes in as a liberal arts major initially, knowing he will be a five year college student because he will need to take Pre-Calc and Calc. The local State U was very generous with his sister. She had solid grades, very good test scores though not perfect, very few college classes. Last year's PSATs looked very promising, this year's haven't come back yet, but I suspect ACT will be best for him. My worry: This kid is a juggler. The busier he is, the happier he is. We worry about not keeping him busy enough his senior year. The down side? He'd need to take PreCalc and Calc as a freshman instead of a senior. He would only get one year of Mick Trial. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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