In the end, it was not as horrible to make as I had expected it to be. I knew what she had done, it was just a matter of organizing it into more traditional sounding classes that could be understood by college administrators. I still need to write a course description sheet in case it is asked for, but that should be fairly straight forward. After spending nearly four years mildly fretting that M. wasn't doing enough, it turns out that I didn't even use everything. Once one is well above the typical number of credits for a college bound high school student, it seems to be gilding the lily a bit to keep going. My children are learning many things and learning them all the time, not just during traditional school hours or during traditional attendance months. It all adds up.
So, having completed one more new hurdle in the world of homeschooling with my poor first-born practice child, I am feeling much more relaxed about the ones coming up. I'm glad I have more
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