Thursday, August 2, 2007

OUR DAILY SCHEDULE

THIS YEAR KAZZ IS IN
10TH GRADE HOMESCHOOL HIGH SCHOOL
AS WELL AS COLLEGE.


COLLEGE NOTES:
COLLEGE CLASSES
2007
FIRST SEMESTER
Keyboarding (A)
English basics (B+)
SECOND SEMESTER
Internet For Business (A)
Beginning Algebra (A)
2008
FIRST SEMESTER
PowerPoint for Office Professionals
Computer Information Principles
College Algebra

THIS IS OUR FAMILY'S DAILY HOMESCHOOL SCHEDULE SO FAR...



DAILY SCHEDULE

8:00
BREAKFAST,
SHOWERS AND MORNING CHORES

9:00 – 10:00

KAZZ: COLLEGE HOMEWORK

10:00 – 11:00

KAZZ: ENGLISH 10

11:00 – 12:00
LUNCH

12:00 – 1:00

KAZZ: ROTATE DAYS/WEEKS ELECTIVES
(psychology/HEALTH)

1:00 – 2:00

KAZZ: history/geography

2:00 – 3:00

KAZZ: 1 ELECTIVE KAZZ
(chemistry/economics)

WHEN WORK IS FINISHED
SCHOOL’S OUT!

4 comments:

rev.moore said...

I love this site! I stumbled across it when I googled 9th grade free English. This is awesome and an excellent idea. I've been homeschooling for 9 years but I never thought of doing something like this in order to save curriculum for the next two kids coming up. I will definitely be back and thank you for sharing what God has given you. It has truly been a blessing to me because we can't afford most of the curriculum we need right now for our 9th grader. I will definitely pass your site to others. I love your intro comment about not allow the village to raise your child.

Valissa (NC)

The Story Of Us........ said...

Hello Valissa,

I'm so happy that you are finding use of this site. It isn't finished by any means but I do add to it as we go along.

Thank you for the nice words. You definitely made me smile. :-)

Shelly

dvlasta said...

I love this blog - its very helpful in planning for our oldest to start homeschooling. I'm wondering however if there is any more up to date info! I don't see anything on here for 2009 - are you still homeschooling high school?
Dinah (MD)

Author said...

Hi Dinah,

Our eldest son, Kazz, actually ended up graduating from our homeschool in 2008. I didn't keep up with "the plan" that I have written here because he began zooming through school, life got in the way and keeping this blog updated fell by the wayside.

He began attending our local community college at the age of fourteen. He turned 17 this past July and will graduate this December with an Associate Degree.

Here is the blog post I wrote about our "plan" back then and we ended up working it to the fullest and see the light at the end of the tunnel. :o)

http://www.icantbelievemylife.com/2008/01/spin-off-comment-2.html

I have 6 more children coming up behind him. Our 12 (almost 13) year old son, Brise, is focusing on Essay writing, Pre-Algebra and other subjects right now in order to get ready for easing into college at the age of 14 also.

Here is my up to date blog.

http://www.freehomeschooling101.com/

We use many resources from it,however, for High School I cannot say enough wonderful things about the following site.

http://www.learnerstv.com/index.php

It's fabulous!

Please feel free to join the Facebook Page for the Free Homeschooling 101. If you have any further questions I'll try to help as much as I can.

Thanks for reading! :o)
Shelly M.

 
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