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From: Lee Binz, The HomeScholar (98.225.34.249)
Subject:         Re: need advice on planning for homeschool-to-realworld transitions
Date: September 23, 2009 at 9:34 am PST

In Reply to: need advice on planning for homeschool-to-realworld transitions posted by Tina on September 3, 2009 at 1:39 pm:

Hi Tina,
I was in the exact same place when my son was that age. We simply ran out of curriculum to teach him. He did start at the university at 16 years old as a college junior. We were able to cope with the changes by driving him to college each day and picking him up each evening (not an easy thing to do.) We chose a college that would accept all his high school college credits and provide maximum flexibility, so he was able to take college level courses at his academic level. His second year at the university he drove himself to school each day, but had to be home in the evening. It wasn't until he turned 18 that he was allowed to live on campus. It worked out really well for us. Good luck! It's not easy to have a child that is so gifted.
Blessings,
Lee


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