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From: Linda (
Subject:         High School Curriculum
Date: March 30, 2013 at 12:39 pm PST

I am seeking advice on high school curriculum. We adopted our daughter from China when she was 2 years old. She has struggled a bit academically. In 4th grade I pulled her out of public school because she had completely shut down. I would spend every afternoon teaching her what she did not learn at school. Hannah is currently in the 7th grade. She goes to public school part-time and is homeschooled part-time. This enables me to hand pick teachers and to give her additional time that she needs. Hannah is currently enrolled in a class through MU High online. I like the program, but my biggest complaint is that she is only tested 2 times a semester. The tests cover a lot of material. Hannah is not a great test taker and her test results do not reflect the knowledge that she has learned. I would welcome any advice on homeschool curriculum that would allow Hannah to take classes at our local public school, take classes at home, and graduate with an accredited high school diploma.

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