High School History Studies

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  • Meri Gerik

    I’ve been using the SCM History, Geography, and Bible curriculum with my son since 4th grade. Now he’s going into High School and we’ve completed all the history curriculums except for one. What do I use for History and Geography for his Sophmore, Junior, and Senior year? Do I go back through the most recent curriculums and have him do the 10-12th grade assignments? We just finished Early Modern & Epistles (in 8th grade), so in 9th grade we’ll be starting Modern Times & Epistles, Revelation. I’m surprised I can’t find more information about this. If someone would please respond and give me some direction I would be eternally grateful.

    Chrissy Bailey

    Tamara Bell

    Hi Chrissy,

    You would simply move forward from where you are.  9th grade Modern, 10th grade Egypt, 11th Greece, 12th  Rome.  This would award him .5 credits in American History and Geography and with the specific guides I listed, 2 credits of World History and Geography.  You can still use grades 7-9 for Modern and then move your son to grades 10-12 in 10th grade.

    If you are in the United States, 1 US history credit is normally required.  It is generally acceptable to issue credits for work completed in 8th grade.  This would allow him to get his full US history credit.

    If he is your only student you definitely have the ability to play around and rearrange the order of the guides to better suit your highschool plans with him.

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