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NoTwItHoUtMyDaUgHtEr
NoTwItHoUtM... asks:
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Continuation school or homeschool for 9th grader who is behind?

MY 9TH GR. DAUGHTER IS REALLY BEHIND due to family Circumstances
In Topics: School and Academics, Homeschooling
> 60 days ago

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ronald
ronald writes:
I suggest you talk with the counselor or the vice principal of your child's high school. The answer really depends on the amount of time your child has been absent. Homeschooling at the high school level is more challenging than it is at the elementary level.

Ron
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dgraab
dgraab , Parent writes:
Hi, Here are some resources that you may find helpful as you follow up on this matter...

SchoolFinder -- directory of U.S. schools
http://www.education.com/schoolfinder/

K12 online high school option
http://www.k12.com/

Homeschool info center
http://www.education.com/topic/homeschool-overview/
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sylvanhomeschool
sylvanhomes... writes:
Hi,

Another option is to enroll your daughter in private homeschool classes in your area.  Here in Atlanta, there are several specialized classes and academies for homeschoolers.  In fact, Sylvan Learning Center, which already specializes in tutoring for struggling kids, is launching a brand-new homeschool program, with all kinds of course offerings from grades 3 to 12.  In addition, they offer testing/evaluation services to pinpoint exactly what areas may need special focus and remediation. The details are on the website:  www.sylvanhomeschooling.com
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