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From: Patti (
Subject:         Re: correspondence vs. online
Date: October 20, 2009 at 3:54 pm PST

In Reply to: correspondence vs. online posted by molly in Iowa on October 9, 2009 at 1:10 pm:

Hi Molly,

You may want to consider a community college too. Your son can do an online course or possibly a course through the local high school over the ICN. With the ICN class, he would be required to go to a classroom at a nearby high school at a given time 2-3 times per week just like a college class. There can be several groups at different sites doing the class at the same time. He will see a live teacher on the moniter and be able to hear anyone that speaks. He will get both high school and college credit.

With the online class he might have to check in a certain time each week but most of the work would be on his own. If he needs help, he can still go to the school for help from a tutor. It is really nice to get both the high school and college credit.

Our son graduated from high school (in Iowa) with 31 college credits. I know many have graduated with more credits, but the 31 was an awesome boost when he started college this fall.


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