I’m planning an August 1st launch of our new high school site. You will find algebra 1, physics, early American history, literature and composition, art appreciation, Spanish 1, and more…
This is just the beginning. New courses will be added each year until it is complete.
Will you have 10th grade available to start this year?
Oh yay!!! Thank you! Thank you for all your help!
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That is very exciting! So 9th grade only at this point, I assume? Thank you for your hard work.
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WOW! Thank you so much for all the hard work you are putting into this high school series. I really appreciate the results.
YAY! So excited! Can’t wait!!!
Is this for jr in high school and is it to late ?
The High School levels are set up for 9th-12th, there is courses for level 7-8 Middle School (jr High) levels. But if you feel your child is ready for the higher levels there is not reason you can not use them.
My daughter will be needing world civ for 9th grade and I’m not seeing this. Could someone help me out with this. I’m just now getting started with home schooling so I’m very new at this. Thanks for all the help.
There are new courses being added as they get done but if the course is not listed you can go to the high school chat on facebook where you can help/advise from other parents
While your daughter should have to take Civics for Social Studies, every curriculum is different and can be done in different years. The curriculum we currently use happens to do Civics and Economics in 12th grade, Geography in 9th, World History in 10th, and US History in 11th. As long as they get in Civics, Geography, World History, and US History through their high school career, they should be fine. Simply look at your state requirements for high school as some differ a little for each subject. When you homeschool, your state requirements superceed local public school requirements (and often the amount of credits required by the state is less than your local schools, but we end up with WAY more!). May you enjoy your school year and high school experience with your daughter. God bless you. ~Rebecca (1o years of homeschooling, mom of six) firstname.lastname@example.org
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I don’t know if it’s just mee oor iif everyone else encountering
problems with your site. It seems like some of the text on your posts are running offf the screen.
Can someone else please comment and leet mee know if this is happening to
them too? This may be a problem with my web browser becaause I’ve had
ths happen before. Appreciate it
I am sorry that you are having this issue, I checked on a few computers and a tablet and I am not having any issues even similar to what you are mentioning but I will keep an eye on it. JR/LG
We live in Virginia and my daughter is required to take US Va history and Va government. We are starting home school Monday and we are new to this. How would she be able to get her graduate diploma? Can you please help us. Thank you and God bless.
You will keep your daughter’s transcript and give her diploma, you can find more information here: http://allinonehighschool.com/college/. There is a support group on facebook that can help you with everything you may need: https://www.facebook.com/groups/366407976793654/