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From: Dorothy (
Subject:         I have a 7th grader
Date: December 24, 2009 at 1:06 am PST

In Reply to: homeschooling 7th grader posted by Eve on December 19, 2009 at 12:30 pm:

However, this doesn't sound like a homeschool issue. It sounds more like a discipline issue. I don't think any amount of schooling can "fix" things like that especially if he is expecting to return his son to the same situation asap.

I would think any type of school books would work just fine. I happen to have a 7th grader and I use BJU mostly w/Saxon math. However, BJU requires a lot of teacher effort unless they use the dvds or something of that sort. I really like BJU but I have to stay on top of it w/my other kids too.

I would say that I have an average child w/a strong heart for God. IF the child is advanced and can do the work then maybe Abeka? However, I would also encourage a strong PE program for this young teen that may need to work out some of his adolescent teen "spirit".

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