I see many or that's all that chimed in have gone either from the start or just around the time frame mentioned to a different history for there jr high/high school program.
So I'm wondering a couple things: why did you not follow SCM? (or have you not at all) And why did you decided to have the mentioned ages do a different program than the younger ones? If you use SCM for the jr high/high school couldn't they just do it alone also and stick with it? Do all the other programs have as much independent reading? (my older son hates to read so many books, that's were this question I think really came from, thou he reads and does it well, just would rather be out cutting down something or shooting something)
I have used SCM history modules all along because I know nothing of history, I wouldn't even have a clue where to start or stop. I need a layed out plan for me to follow. Now I don't know anything of these other programs they may also have this type of plan. Also, I just stuck with it because it's been a fine fit (don't know if it's the best because I haven't looked at anything else).
So just wondering your thoughts on this. thanks