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Victoria Said,
November 13th, 2010 @10:26 pm  

Try Gorman learning center!

TEHE:) Said,
November 13th, 2010 @10:38 pm  

If you live in Ohio you should try Ecot! But they are in high school so go to this link it works great.

I hope I helped! Good luck:)

chrys Said,
November 13th, 2010 @11:21 pm  

For free, you might want to consider doing some book-based studies along with your on-line studies. Using on-line encyclopedias, find topics in history, geography and science. Then go to your library’s website or ask a librarian to help you find up books with those topics. Have the kids write reports, outlines, timelines and map work right from the computer. For high school English, the 3 important areas to cover are literature (including a year of U.S. and a year of British), grammar and writing papers.
Make sure you check out what the high school graduation requirements are for public school kids if you aren’t going with pre-packaged materials- so you can feel confident there are no big learning gaps and that their diplomas are accepted.
Be critical of on-line sources too. Hope that helps.

D Mar Said,
November 13th, 2010 @11:59 pm  

pen they specialize in rigourous curriculum tailoredd to ur child’s needs.

Helen Said,
November 14th, 2010 @12:48 am  

Penn Foster high school on-line. It is good priced and kids work at their own pace. One subject at a time, They are not overwhelmed with homework.. I like this.

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