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High School Levels

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Jennifer G
Stanfield, NC
10/20/2014
Do you have current plans to develop and eventually offer high school levels of Moving Beyond the Page? Are there any plans in the works? We'd love to continue on with this awesome curriculum beyond the 12-14 level. MBtP is a perfect fit for our family. Thanks!
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Vicki K
Spokane, WA
10/21/2014
Jennifer,

I'm glad to hear that you find MBTP such a good fit for your family! We do have plans to develop curriculum at the high school level, however, we do not have a specific time line for the completion of those levels.

Please let me know if you have any further questions.

Thank you,
Vicki
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Amy B
Chicopee, MA
11/10/2014
Pretty, pretty please develop HS levels!! I just ordered 12-14 and have NO idea what I am going to do afterwards!!
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Davina F
carrollton, TX
12/9/2014
I second that!!
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Kristyn M
Marietta, GA
12/16/2014
We've got one more year left and are scratching our heads about where to go from here. We've truly enjoyed our journey with MBtP.
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Melanie F
Kentwood, MI
3/9/2016
Any update on a high school curriculum yet?!
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Keith H
College Station, TX
3/9/2016
Hi Melanie,

We are currently working on our high school program. We plan to have the first courses available by Fall of 2017.

Keith
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Rachael W
Woodstock, GA
3/9/2016
That's fantastic news!! Thank you, Keith. We can't say enough about your curriculum and to hear that we will now be able to stay with MBTP through high school is absolutely wonderful.
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Rachael W
Woodstock, GA
3/9/2016
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Melanie F
Kentwood, MI
3/9/2016
That is amazing news and perfect timing! I can't wait.
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Lyndi S
Medford, OR
4/21/2016
We would be thrilled to have the High school levels available by fall! We will have a freshman in Sept. that does not want any other curriculum.
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Dee O
Goodyear, AZ
4/25/2016
Please hurry, we love your program. We would like to continue using it. My son will finish the 12 to 14 curriculum in late January or early February.
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Christina M
North Logan, UT
5/8/2016
Are you still on track for having the first High School curriculum available for 2017?
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Christina M
North Logan, UT
5/8/2016
Are you still on track for having the first High School curriculum available for 2017?
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Christina M
North Logan, UT
5/8/2016
Are you still on track for having the first High School curriculum available for 2017?
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Keith H
College Station, TX
5/10/2016
As it looks right now, we are on track to release our first social studies and language arts courses in 2017. I am not sure about science at this point, but we should know more by later this summer.

Keith
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Kitty B
Leander, TX
6/5/2016
This is for 2017...NOT this Fall (2016)
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Christina M
North Logan, UT
6/5/2016
Do you have any idea what the social studies Focus will be?
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Vicki K
Spokane, WA
6/6/2016
Christina,

Our full year of World History will cover ancient civilizations to the present.

Thank you,
Vicki
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Megan B
Fort Meade, MD
6/22/2016
We are only in the elementary stages of HS but I am so excited to hear that I can actually stick with one curriculum for the entire process. my son loves MBtP and I cannot wait to see what the high school levels have to offer!
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Erin A
Hanover, PA
7/8/2016
So glad to hear about this!!!!
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sonya g
angelus oaks, CA
8/17/2016
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Hi Melanie,

We are currently working on our high school program. We plan to have the first courses available by Fall of 2017.

Keith
Yay!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Rebecca G
Nevada, TX
1/4/2017
Is there any additional information on the high school plans? I'd love to see what the lessons are based on so far...
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Megan B
Fort Meade, MD
1/4/2017
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Is there any additional information on the high school plans? I'd love to see what the lessons are based on so far...
High school 1 semester 1 is viewable on ideashare. Doesn't give info but does list the topics that will be discussed.
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Dee O
Goodyear, AZ
1/4/2017
I'm with Rebecca, I would love to see more information on the high school lessons. Especially ninth grade.
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Megan B
Fort Meade, MD
1/4/2017
I have a while before mine are in high school levels. But I do have family and friends that are waiting to see what it is going to look like before they commit.
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Rebecca G
Nevada, TX
1/4/2017
The ideashare only has social studies so far. I was hoping to get an idea for literature as well. We will be finishing up 12-14 this year and I'm starting to look at options for next year.
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Vicki K
Spokane, WA
1/4/2017
Hello all,

We do anticipate releasing our first level of high school language arts for the fall of 2017, but as of right now it looks like we will not have the first social studies level ready in time for the fall. We now have the first English unit on Idea Share. I hope that helps! :)

~Vicki
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Susan P
Warwick, RI
1/6/2017
This is so exciting, that you are working on High school levels. We have had such a great experience with your curriculum, and our oldest is heading into 9th grade in 2017. Anxious for any and all material you could provide!
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Robyn L
1/27/2017
Hi, I am a NYS certified teacher in Biology and Chrmistry. I now live in Maryland and would like to homeschool students in this subject area. I taught in public and private schools for seven years and currently do private tutoring. Do I need to go through special credentialing to home school students in the sciences ? Do the parents just get credentialed and they outsource to me like a private tutor? TIA, new to this.
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Mary L
11/9/2017
Hi,
Do you think that by fall 2018 you'll have a full high school curriculum ready? We are on the age 12-14 at the moment and love this curriculum very much.
Thanks for your time,
Mary
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Megan B
Fort Meade, MD
1/1/2018
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Hi, I am a NYS certified teacher in Biology and Chrmistry. I now live in Maryland and would like to homeschool students in this subject area. I taught in public and private schools for seven years and currently do private tutoring. Do I need to go through special credentialing to home school students in the sciences ? Do the parents just get credentialed and they outsource to me like a private tutor? TIA, new to this.
Robyn, I currently live in Maryland and Homeschool. Maryland does not allow homeschooling through private tutors. However Virginia and Pennsylvania do if you are close to one of those borders. :)

edit to add: You will need to be certified to teach in whichever state you plan to be teaching in!
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Master K
Eagle River, AK
3/15/2018
Hello! I just wanted to check on the progress of the history and science high school units. Any updates as to when they will be ready for purchase?
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Vicki K
Spokane, WA
3/15/2018
Hello,

We do anticipate on releasing our first level of high school history this coming fall. We will continue to build our high school offerings, but I don't have a timeline on those additional levels yet.

Thank you,
Vicki
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Debbie J
Loganville, GA
3/28/2018
We have used MBTP for nearly a decade. Now we're at the HS Level and MBTP has only the LA available. Does anyone have any recommendations for Science and Social Studies to hold us over until MBTP HS level Science and Social Studies is available?
Thank You!
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Rachael W
Woodstock, GA
3/28/2018
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We have used MBTP for nearly a decade. Now we're at the HS Level and MBTP has only the LA available. Does anyone have any recommendations for Science and Social Studies to hold us over until MBTP HS level Science and Social Studies is available?
Thank You!
]Hi, we're equally bummed that the MBTP full program isn't ready yet. Found good substitutes in the meantime:

High School Science [their physics unit (usually taken in 12th grade) is almost ready for release, as well]: http://www.scienceforhighschool.com/
High School Social Studies: https://www.pandiapress.com/
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Debbie J
Loganville, GA
4/2/2018
Thank you! I'll look into those options. Hopefully MBTP will have HS SS ready by this fall.
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Desria S
Grovetown, GA
4/20/2018
Do you anticipate adding a new level each fall? I have a rising 9th grader and want to verify that I can continue to use it each year.
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Vicki K
Spokane, WA
4/21/2018
Hi Desria,

Unfortunately, our High School offerings are developing a little slower than we had first anticipated. We will continue to offer our first level of High School English, but our Social Studies is now planned to be released Fall 2019. We will continue from there, but I don’t have a timeline at this point.

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

Thank you,
Vicki
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Karen D
Exeter, ME
5/21/2018
Hello. What type of history will be offered, world, United States? Thanks
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Crystal U
Fairfax, VA
8/1/2018
I too am curious what aspect of history will be covered in the social studies.
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Keith H
College Station, TX
8/1/2018
Hello,

The first level of social studies will be World History. After this level is finished, we are planing levels that cover United States History and then a level on Civics and Geography.
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Carolyn L
San Leandro, CA
8/13/2018
High school levels ? What is happening with these? We are having to use our charter school 9th grade curriculum and worried this isn't going to work as well this coming year. If it doesn't I'll be dropping everything and using Mbtp.
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Keith H
College Station, TX
8/13/2018
Hi Carolyn,

Our high school curriculum is coming out slower than we would like. We currently have one level of language arts (that can be used for either 9th or 10th grade), and we are working on our first level of social studies. We are targeting next summer for its release, but we will keep you updated on our progress as we get closer to spring time.

Keith
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Rachelle B
Indianapolis, IN
8/23/2018
Hi Vicki, is Social Studies for High school level considered World History? I'm wondering how to plan around its release. Thanks!
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Keith H
College Station, TX
8/23/2018
Hello,

Our first high school curriculum for social studies will be World History. Our plan will be to follow that up with a course on American History, but we don't have a release date estimate for that yet.

Keith
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Rachelle B
Indianapolis, IN
8/23/2018
Thank you for your quick response, Keith! We will be ready for American next school year, so I will cross my fingers :)
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Roxanne T
8/23/2018
We are thrilled with the current high school language arts program. When will the next level of language arts be released? I'm ever so hopeful to continue with MBTP through all 4 years of HS, as there is nothing out there that quite compares...
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Keith H
College Station, TX
8/23/2018
Hi Roxanne,

Thank you for your kind words about our high school language arts program. We are really proud of it. Unfortunately, you are not going to be happy with my response and schedule. We are just in the early stages of outlining the next level of language arts, and our current plan is to release the next level in 2020. I know that is not what you wanted to hear, and that it won't help you out at all if you are currently using the high school level. As you can imagine, it is a herculean effort to release an entire level of high school curriculum, but we are working as diligently as we can to get another one out there.

Keith

PS. I am going to forward your message to our writers. They love the curriculum they wrote, and it is always nice to hear that someone else does too.
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CAROLINA B
Rockford, IL
11/13/2018
Will Science be on the list for MBtP Highschool?
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Master K
Eagle River, AK
11/13/2018
Yes, I'd love to see some tentative details about Science for high school.

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