My name is Jacci. I have just finished watching the "Preparing to Homeschool High School" DVDs. Thank you so much for your support and encouragement! I have a question regarding specialization. You mention in the DVDs that you did "regular" school for four days and then on Fridays you would let your sons do things that related to their areas of interest. I am using Sonlight and right now we are doing the five-day schedule. If I switched to the four-day schedule and used Fridays for my daughter to pursue her areas of interest would that be enough "regular" school to award high school credit for? Or should we try to do the five-day schedule in four days? My only fear with that is that it may be overwhelming for my daughter and may cause her quality of work to slip.
Thanks for your help.
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