Some colleges will prefer a lab course taught in a community college (just a few colleges) so check with them before deciding. As far as "better" though, I'm not so sure. The choice that is BETTER is truly the method that helps your kids learn the most. My children did a lab science in the community college. The teachers had low expectations, and many of the labs were the same lab experiments they had already done in our homeschool. I think the learning was better at home - at least for us. But one college wanted a lab verification, and community college provided that for us.
I was thinking in the lines of doing lab courses in the community college because it seems that would be better than trying to do them at home.
That's wonderful advice for those looking at dual enrollment. There are fun
classes that the dual enrollment high school student can take. My daughter took two art classes her first semester, had a great time and scored well because this is her intrest.
My advice would be to find a fun, extra-curricular type of class for a first college class experience.
Let's talk about real feelings. How do you feel when you think about homeschooling high school? Do any of these words sound familiar?
freaked out - terrified - hyperventilating - procrastinating - confused - stressed
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