Hi Lee – quick question. During a weekend away with some fellow Homeschool students, one of them commented, “online classes don’t count for high school credit.” Both of my boys take Potters School classes for Apologia Science and a Music Theory class. Is there any truth to that statement (i.e. that online classes won’t be recognized for high school credit) in your experience and expertise? I am just wondering where that thought might of come from.Thanks.
Lisa in Washington
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