Age 12-14 notify me

High School

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Vanessa S
Colorado Springs, CO
2/23/2016
My son will be using 12-14 for part of 9th grade, but where to go from there?! Has anyone found a high school program that is similar to MBtP as far as quality and extent of literature, as well as including numerous hands-on projects? Is it time for me to begin unschooling/piecing together my own for high school? Thanks for any input!
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LORAJOY D
Edmonton, Alberta
3/4/2016
Following. Thank you for asking.
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Keith H
College Station, TX
3/4/2016
Hi Vanessa,

Thanks for asking about a high school program. We are currently developing a high school program. Unfortunately, we don't anticipate releasing our first courses until the fall of 2017. We don't have anything for you this year, but we are working hard to offer a great program for high school students.

Let us know if you have additional questions.

Keith
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Vanessa S
Colorado Springs, CO
3/4/2016
That's so exciting, Keith! 2017 isn't that far away!
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Julia H
Koah, QLD
3/8/2016
We are really pleased to hear that too :-)
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Erin W
Castro Valley, CA
3/8/2016
YAY!! I am so glad to hear this. I will have a ninth grader this year and was really hoping it would be out for him but in two years I will have another ninth grader so it will be perfect for her.
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Corey W
Oakland, CA
3/9/2016
Fantastic news! We will have a 9th grader fall of 2017! YAY!
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Christina M
North Logan, UT
3/30/2016
Yeah!! I'm so happy to hear that a high school program is being added!
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Carrie J
NASHVILLE, TN
5/8/2016
I'm excited at the prospects of high school being added! My children are years away but just knowing that there will eventually be courses by MBtP takes a little bit of the worry out of my mind.
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Megan B
Fort Meade, MD
9/25/2016
So excited! High School is far away for us but we are so happy to hear our kids can enjoy this program throughout their entire homeschool experience!!! :D
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Catherine P
Dowling, Ontario
2/21/2017
Great news!
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Rachelle B
Indianapolis, IN
3/2/2017
We are needing to plan high school and I would love an update. Will 9th grade be available by August? Can we get a sneak preview of what it will look like?
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Holly D
Frisco, TX
3/27/2017
Following! Hoping it is launched soon! Give us a little information even if the release is not this fall. Would love to have some hints as to format and subjects covered.
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kris e
hull, MA
4/7/2017
When I called and asked a month ago, I was only told that one of the lit units was Call of the Wild....did not sound like it was close to be purchase-ready though....
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sonya g
angelus oaks, CA
4/20/2017
What date is the high school level expected to be released? Any samples we can see?
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Vicki K
Spokane, WA
4/20/2017
Hi Sonya,

We will have information on the website by late May, and the curriculum will be ready for purchase by July.

Please let me know if I can answer any further questions.

Thank you,
Vicki
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Christiane S
Rio Rancho, NM
4/25/2017
Hello! Will the high school level be available in print or only online?
Thank you, Christiane
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Keith H
College Station, TX
4/26/2017
Hi Christiane,

Thanks for your question. As is the case with our other levels, the high school level will be available both in print and online. You will be able to choose which format you prefer.

Keith
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Gay T
Wasilla, AK
5/24/2017
Vicki,
I see that high school units have been added to the Idea Share tabs. When will the information be available on the website?
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Vicki K
Spokane, WA
5/24/2017
Gay,

It looks like the high school English units will be available on the website in June, and will be ready to purchase in July.

Thank you,
Vicki
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Gay T
Wasilla, AK
5/24/2017
Thank you Vicki. I look forward to seeing them.
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kris e
hull, MA
8/2/2017
I'm unable to see samples or detailed info on the website. I'd like to know which short stories are included and what the literary elements covered in that unit are, and would love to see samples. Also interested in the ancient history. Thanks!
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Rachael W
Woodstock, GA
8/16/2017
There is more detailed info under the IdeaShare tab. It's a neat way to check on the progress as the program is being developed.
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Karen D
Exeter, ME
9/8/2017
We are doing 12-14 level for first half of 9th grade. I see highschool language arts. Any word if science and history will be ready this year?
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rosemarie P
Enosburg Falls, VT
9/23/2017
HI I was wondering how you would calculate high school credit. I am using the 12-14 for my 9th grader and wanted to know what you would categorize the science as(chemistry?) and if you think it would equal a whole credit? Also the language arts? Thanks
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Karen D
Exeter, ME
10/31/2017
Hi. I am also using 12-14 for 9th grade. Did you find answer to your question. Didn't want to miss this 12-14 as so much good stuff and seems very advanced but concerned not meeting high school requirements. Would like to perhaps correspond about this.
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Vanessa S
Colorado Springs, CO
11/1/2017
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Hi. I am also using 12-14 for 9th grade. Did you find answer to your question. Didn't want to miss this 12-14 as so much good stuff and seems very advanced but concerned not meeting high school requirements. Would like to perhaps correspond about this.
Hi Karen! We ended up putting our son in Public School for 9th grade. Life has some crazy turns. From what I've seen of 12-14, it most definitely is enough to meet High School requirements. The only thing I would change is the science. I would focus on one subject for the year since he'll need a full year credit for each biology and chemistry. Maybe study Biology in 9th, then focus on Chemistry in 10th?
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Deborah G
Louisville, TN
2/20/2018
Do you anticipate that the High School 2 Language Arts program will be available for 2018-2019? We are enjoying High School 1.
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Vicki K
Spokane, WA
2/20/2018
Hi Deborah,

We plan on releasing our first level of High School Social Studies/History for the 2018-2019 school year. I'm sorry we don't have an ETA for the second level of Language Arts at this time.

Please let me know if I can answer any further questions.

Thank you,
Vicki
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Deborah G
Louisville, TN
2/20/2018
Thank you, Vicki. Does MBTP have any recommendations for high school English curricula that would allow for seamless transition? (My son has been with MBTP since 2nd grade and will be a sophomore).
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Desria S
Grovetown, GA
5/4/2018
I was wondering if anyone that's using 12-14 for 9th grade are you classifying the science as Physical Science?
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Heather P
Tomball, TX
2/5/2019
You might look into Oak Meadow high school.
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Desria S
Grovetown, GA
3/22/2019
How's the History/SS curriculum going?
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Keith H
College Station, TX
3/22/2019
Unfortunately, we hit a road bump in our history development this year, so we are not going to be releasing our first high school history course this summer. We will keep you updated as we continue the search for another writer that can pick this project back up.

Keith
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Rebecca T
Nicholls Rivulet, Tasmania
6/4/2019
Is there any update on the high school science?
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Angela D
La Grande, OR
6/5/2019
Unfortunately, we don't have any more high school curricula that will be available this summer. We have one level of social studies and one level of language arts in the early stages of development. We don't anticipate their release until summer 2020 or 2021. Unfortunately, there is no high school science in the works at the moment.
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Jennifer G
Stanfield, NC
8/8/2019
Will your next levels of high school language arts be released in the summer of 2020? Any information would be much appreciated! We've been loyal users of Moving Beyond the Page since our girl was in third grade!
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Angela D
La Grande, OR
8/9/2019
I am so glad to hear that you are enjoying the curriculum! At the moment, we don't have an estimated timeframe for releasing any more high school curriculum. We do have one level of language arts and one level of social studies under development, but we don't know when they will be released.
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Geri R
9/9/2019
I am currently using the High School Language Arts course for my 9th grader. We purchased the whole year through our charter school. I am looking at the schedule and it says that at the end of each semester, there is a week for a semester test. Is this something that MBTP provides, or do I have to come up with something on my own? All we received were the reading books and the unit books.
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Angela D
La Grande, OR
9/9/2019
You will find the semester exam at the end of Unit 5: Nonfiction. It is found right after the Final Project for that Unit.