E took his exams. He’s rated college level in reading, writing, and essays. He can take any math he wants up to sophomore level calculus based on his scores in math.

I’m not sure I want him to take a sophomore college class at the mint-new age of 15. (He’ll turn the week before school starts.)

If he were in a public school, he’d be a sophomore in high school.

Now I am wondering if I should get my younger son tested. He’s as advanced in writing and reading, though far behind his brother in math… It was suggested to me that I do that, rather than jump through the private school hoops we are doing to get him a math teacher.

We’ll have to talk about it.

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  1. Based on the recommendation of the department head, E is taking trig this summer. That lets him get the sequence he needs to take physics next summer. In the fall he will be taking precal and English 1A. Then in the spring he’ll take Calculus 1 and English 1B.

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