Pronghorn Posted April 2, 2016 Share Posted April 2, 2016 I am wondering if other people who live in low-regulation states have their children take all the same courses that the state requires for the diplomas of schooled children. Things like physical education every year, certain history courses instead of the course of choice. (New Jersey seems to require two years of American History, for example.) Or do you just look at what colleges seem to want. I wonder -- has anyone ever been turned away from a college for not taking physical education or for taking only one year of American History? My child has so many things she wants to learn, and taking everything required would certainly limit the electives. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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