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Facebook HELP! Honors? Boy Scouts?

I can't really do a lot of "consulting" on Facebook, but sometimes I can help in a moment of panic, and provide a quick tip!



 
Jeannine wrote on my Facebook wall "HELP!!!!! What do you consider an honors course to be? I am putting together David's transcript and am not sure if I should leave that category on the grade criteria. Also Lee, what about listing his time in Boy Scouts and his making Eagle? Do I just list the Eagle with the date or do I list that he was in Scouts all four years of HS?"

I'm here, I'm here! No need to panic! OK - Honors= more than high school level. Anything taken that was AP/CLEP/Community college can be considered Honors. Just put "Honors" before the title of the class. Boy Scouts - usually you can count that as PE, 1 credit, 4 years - often you can specify what KIND of PE, by saying something like "PE: Outdoor Survival Training" or something else cool-sounding. You put the Boy Scouts in the Activity section and indicate when he made eagle scout. These blog posts will help:

 
Jeannine went on to ask - "In the article on Boy Scouts you say that it is worth 1 credit of PE each year. Are you saying that he should get 4 credits of PE? I do realize that you said that Boy Scout parents will try to cut down the number of credits so that may just be what I am doing."

If you do the hiking/camping thing, it's usually PLENTY for a credit of PE each year, but I wouldn't give TWO PE credits each year.



Jeannine - ‎Lee Binz You are a life saver as always!!!!! I don't know what I would do without you to keep me from losing my mind over this (okay maybe not losing my mind because you have to have something before you can lose it :)). I am sending you a HUGE cross country hug {{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{LEE}}}}}}}}}
}}}}}Have you found me on Facebook?  Please "LIKE" my page!  If you are too embarrassed to ask for help there, just search my blog, or search my website.  You'll find lots of answers!





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