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How Many High School Classes Should We Plan?

How Many High School Classes Should We Plan?
It's normal for a teen to have between 6 and 8 high school classes each year.  It's a good idea to evaluate yourself if you have more than that, to see if you are expecting too much.  So look at your schedule and see if you have some repeats.  World History is a social studies class just like geography is a social studies class.So, why take both?Is it because your child loves it and that is...
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Janet, I think homeschoolers can count some of those extra curriculars within their school hours - and I think they also can count... Read More
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The stereotype for college-bound highschoolers these days is 6 hours at school, a couple of hours at an extracurricular activity a... Read More
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As I prepare for our first year of high school, this is the morning that several of my dd's subjects are spread across my kitchen ... Read More
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