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Stanford OHS

TigerFreeTigerFree Registered User Posts: 46 Junior Member
edited April 2013 in Home Schooling and College
Thought I would share. D opened her acceptance letter yesterday. Exciting. Now for the decision. Much to go over. Only a week to decide.

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Replies to: Stanford OHS

  • sbjdorlosbjdorlo Registered User Posts: 4,791 Senior Member
    Terrific news, TigerFree! Hope it works out well for your D.
  • TigerFreeTigerFree Registered User Posts: 46 Junior Member
    thanks, sbjdorlo. Just trying to figure out the preliminary logistics of maintaining both worlds. Any doubts are erased when I review the coursework for the next two years and beyond. Incredible.
  • mountedantmanmountedantman Registered User Posts: 25 New Member
    Wow, any insights on how this was achieved? Did she have an exceptional passion for something? Forgive me for being curious.
  • TigerFreeTigerFree Registered User Posts: 46 Junior Member
    She has been doing EPGY since second grade. Nothing intense, just a slow and steady dose. She is pretty solid. She has been an A/A+ student all her life, though take elementary school grades with a grain of salt. She has been happy and popular with peers and teachers alike. She is a good athlete and competitive and has decent accomplishments thus far. Finally she scored well on the SSAT, 98th pctle overall.

    But I think one of the best aspects of her file is the fit between the what the school offers and her wants and her needs for flexibility.
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