Wish I had read this post a month ago!
We started a particular American history curriculum in January because I wanted to give a "pre-story." From September - December we studied what was happening in Europe that would encourage people to come to the New World. Which meant we were struggling to finish the American History curriculum by May/June. It never entered my mind to be done without "finishing" until I just couldn't continue (my daughter was fine, it was me having the nervous breakdown!). One day I just said "that's it, we're done!" and a peace entered our home.
Now we're just using a few of the unfinished books to read for fun through the summer. WAY more enjoyable!
For all classes on the transcript, I recommend either a whole or half credit, not smaller or larger. Here an easy to remember "formula" for dual enrollment college classes:
Recently Rice University made a huge announcement about their new financial aid program. Let me explain what a full tuition scholarship means to Rice University and how to qualify.