I just finished watching your webinar on the grades, credits, and transcripts. My son is in the 9th grade and I am having him go through both books of the All American History. This is one of those curriculums that can be adjusted to all ages so they give suggestions as to what you can do at the high school level. I chose this curriculum for various reasons, but my concern is whether it will be accepted as high school level. Not only am I having him read both books (a 2 year curriculum), but I am also having him read other books/literature, and do a few writing assignments. Will that be enough? And will any of the colleges want copies of his "other" work (writing assignments, timelines, etc.) to show what he did? In YOUR opinion, is this curriculum acceptable high school level work? Lastly, how many essays or writing assignments in one subject should be expected in a year for high school?
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