- Meri GerikParticipant
I’m desperate for information about how to homeschool my highschooler. He’s been homeschooled since 4th grade. I’m looking to find out about requirements, transcripts, calculating GPA, etc. I want to make sure he graduates High School after all of this, as well as has an opportunity to go to college. I tried HSLDA but became overloaded with information which was not very streamlined.
I can’t find the resource but I remember a video or blog post were it said if you took out roll call, busywork, collecting papers, one-on-one work with kids who need help, etc., an “hour” in a public school works out to about 20 minutes of actual work. So say you need 60 hours of a subject to earn 1 credit, you could count 20 hours as a full credit.
Does anyone know what this is from? It was new within the last year and I thought it was SCM but I just skimmed their YouTube channel and didn’t find it.totheskydearParticipant
Oh! Also, at the back of all the SCM history guides, they have a page that calculates the high school credits for you, for both history and geography.Karen SmithModeratorLittle WomenParticipant
<p style=”text-align: left;”>I loved this book, which covers everything really well! It does have a section in the back that’s only for California, but the rest of it is still well worth the cost.</p>
It really IS doable. 🙂 I’ve managed it 3 times, and have 1 more to go.
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