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From: Tammy (
Subject:         Re: putting my HS teen into public school
Date: May 8, 2011 at 12:32 am PST

In Reply to: putting my HS teen into public school posted by Terri on April 12, 2009 at 3:16 pm:

At least in our state, Oregon, you really have to decide at grade 14 what route you will be taking for high school--homeschool or public. They don't accept the homeschool credits as valid and you'll have to choose what to do about her diploma. You can just send her to school and figure that she will take the GED after she is a senior, or work to transition her to community college--or just repeat the classes so she can have their piece of paper. It probably depends on just how many classes that would be and how big of a deal it is to her that she get a diploma and not a GED, and whether she wants to go on to college.

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