No really, it's true. In fact, ask yourself one question. Has YOUR teenager EVER changed their mind? Be honest now!
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I've always thought it sad that you pretty much have to "lock in" your lifelong career when you're still in high school. I wish there was some sort of system where kids could apprentice with professionals for at least an hour a week. That would help. Not everyone knows at age 2 that they're going to be a fireman (yes, I do know a fireman who's had the calling since age 2).
Oh yeah! Meteorologist to horse trainer to professional writer to missionary to high school English teacher!! And she's in her first year of CC (age 16!). But I'm thinking she'll stick pretty close to the latest.
When you use a literature-based curriculum, the boundaries between English course descriptions, history course descriptions, and reading lists get blurry! Some titles work for more than one subject, and it can be frustrating to figure out how to list them.
These guidelines will help clarify how to categorize your student's literature and texts. Some titles will
The summer before our senior year, I decided we would begin to "homeschool college" with CLEP® exams. I wanted to do it in the summer so that we could include passing scores in my sons' college applications. Since their senior year would be in community college, I wanted to know which courses they would pass by examination so they wouldn't
Electives are subjects your children do on their own and they aren't always something you assign. You'll learn how to put high school electives on your transcript. And, we'll go in depth on some frequently used electives so you can get some ideas and encouragement for electives in your own homeschool.
Electives are subjects your children do on their own, not something you assign.
Due to social distancing requirements, and the possibility of further school closures, parents and students are struggling to provide college admission test scores to colleges. You can expect more flexible test options, and most testing sites will try to provide social distancing take-home, high school tests at least for a while. And, while high school tests may not be as prevalent in the