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# A Credit or Not A Credit? That is the Question.

Deciding how much theater makes up a high school credit can be tricky. The general concept for all courses is 5 hours a week for a full year of school, so you can calculate whether that's enough for a credit or for a half credit. There is no real "absolute" right and wrong answer. I really like right-and-wrong math questions, so I never felt really comfortable guessing on credit value. I always did the "5 hours per week" rule. If it's easier, you could add it up all the hours together to decide the credit value.Most books say that 120-180 hours is a credit. Because sometimes performance week in theater can add an easy 40 hours, you may have an easier time just waiting until you have the total before you decide how many high school credits it's worth. Remember that colleges are only looking for 1 credit of fine arts; and fine arts are a combination of music, art, theater and dance. If you think it's enough, that's great. If not, consider other supplements to make up the difference.

Blessings,

Lee

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Guest - The HomeScholar on Sunday, 24 February 2008 18:47

Thank you, Lori! Thank you Kysha! I had a wonderful and SUNNY birthday!
Blessings,
Lee

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Thank you, Lori! Thank you Kysha! I had a wonderful and SUNNY birthday!
Blessings,
Lee
Guest - Kysha on Sunday, 24 February 2008 02:08

Happy Birthday to you!

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Happy Birthday to you!
Guest - lori on Saturday, 23 February 2008 17:26

Hey YOU!!!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Just wanted to wish you a very happy one!!

and the last few posts have been 'extraordinarily' helpful!!!
thank you soooooo much!

peace!
lori

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Hey YOU!!!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Just wanted to wish you a very happy one!!

and the last few posts have been 'extraordinarily' helpful!!!
thank you soooooo much!

peace!
lori
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Sunday, 20 September 2020

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