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Is your 7th grader doing high school work?

Any high school level work can be put on a transcript.  If your Junior High student is using a high school textbook, then consider beginning their high school transcript.  Frequently a foreign language or math course will be given high school credits.  Algebra 1 or French 1 would be a perfect addition to a high school transcript, as long as you used a high school level textbook.  Any curriculum that says "for grades 9 through 12" means it's a high school course.  In my business, I see public school transcripts regularly and I can tell you that public schools do that too!  If it's high school level, write it down!



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Guest - J W on Monday, 21 July 2008 19:37

Well now this begs the question - if at the CAT test my 5th grade child scores at high school graduate level in just about every subject... does that mean she gets high school credit for just about all of 5th grade? Just kidding (I know the only score worth reading is the raw score - the rest is just fluff).

Well now this begs the question - if at the CAT test my 5th grade child scores at high school graduate level in just about every subject... does that mean she gets high school credit for just about all of 5th grade? Just kidding (I know the only score worth reading is the raw score - the rest is just fluff).
Guest - My Twenty Cents Keeps Moving (website) on Sunday, 20 July 2008 16:03

Thanks-- that helps alot!

~Leslie

Thanks-- that helps alot! ~Leslie
Guest - Lee (website) on Saturday, 19 July 2008 18:35

Leslie,
Yes, I would list the classes by completion date. It's easier that way! You can just say "Algebra 1" under 8th grade. You can see how I did mine, too. I just wrote "early high school credits" for the subjects they completed before high school. Here is the link:
http://www.thehomescholar.com/pdfs/sample_transcript_by_year.pdf
Blessings,
Lee

Leslie, Yes, I would list the classes by completion date. It's easier that way! You can just say "Algebra 1" under 8th grade. You can see how I did mine, too. I just wrote "early high school credits" for the subjects they completed before high school. Here is the link: http://www.thehomescholar.com/pdfs/sample_transcript_by_year.pdf Blessings, Lee
Guest - My Twenty Cents Keeps Moving (website) on Saturday, 19 July 2008 16:30

Do you say when it was completed? My son is going into 8th grade and is halfway through Algebra 1 so I wondered what to do about that.

Thanks
Leslie

Do you say when it was completed? My son is going into 8th grade and is halfway through Algebra 1 so I wondered what to do about that. Thanks Leslie
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