If your child has completed a standard middle school curriculum with good grades, he should be well prepared for high school. Use this checklist as a general guideline to double-check his high school readiness and to anticipate any weak areas he may need to work on.
My daughter and I came up with a five step plan for mastering hard subjects. She worked the plan and found that it actually cut down on her previously less-focused study time, helped her master the material, and gave her the grades she was looking for.
Could your student, or mine, be tempted to cheat? Absolutely. They will be tempted. Whether or not they give in to the temptation depends on their own character as much as on your training. We cannot completely ensure our students won’t falsify their work any more than we can prevent any other sin from working in our home. But if we recognize the temptation, we can take steps to minimize its effect on our homeschool and on our students’ character.
Can your child skip middle school and go straight to high school? Some facts to consider before making the decision.
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