So, this daughter left public HS after 10th grade because she wanted to do more math and physics than her HS would let her.
She was not yet 16 so could not leave without transferring to another school situation because of compulsory school laws.
She is now registered as a homeschooler and pursuing a dual enrollment AS degree in Math at the local community college.
She can be graduated from HS at the end of this year because she will have enough credits for a state-issued homeschool diploma.
Or I could drag it out until she is done her AS and graduate her on the normal timeframe as a dual-enrolled senior.
CC is saying she should graduate ASAP for the purpose of college transfers and scholarships but every admissions person I've asked has said they don't give a fig.
I can't figure out if it matters especially for scholarship opportunities/special programs. Tuition cost is discounted by a third in the dual-enrollment program. On her transcript, she is listed as a normal math major - no different from the adult students.
I've gone back and forth so many times and I can't figure out which angle is better. Any good advice. In PA.