Good point, about summer courses' being good for getting credits out of the way. I looked at all of my son's school's summer offerings, to see what credits he could earn in summer to free up periods in his schedule so that he could take both French and Latin during the school year. I was hoping for a something less core, like a history of religion course (required by his school for graduation) but all that are offered are core courses in English, math, science, French, Latin, Japanese, Ancient Greek, Chinese, and Spanish. Nothing soft.
My son needs the structure of a course. I know him, and he could not self-study a language.
We may have to make an appointment with the head of the upper school and see what can be worked out. I hope I don't have to plead, and I wish this could be easier.
Last edited by Browniebaker; 02-17-2010 at 10:40 PM.