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From: Brenda C. (
Subject:         Re: High School Student
Date: April 12, 2009 at 1:55 pm PST

In Reply to: High School Student posted by Jonell on March 26, 2009 at 4:52 pm:

Hi Jonell,
Your state has guidelines for homeschooling, I'm
sure. Check the HSLDA website for info. In SC,
students are required to do school 180 days for
each grade level, and they are required to cover
certain subjects. You are not required to stick to
a certain time of day or any particular days of the
week, but you do need to comply with whatever
guidelines your state has set up. Until your dd is
able to take the GED test, she has to "do" school
regularly; otherwise, she is truant. You can use
videos, audio books, computer programs, etc. You
don't have to stick to reading textbooks if she is
resistant to reading. However, the GED test will be
a written test, and to my knowledge she will need
to read and write to take and pass it.

Good luck!

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