When he turns 16 he is taking a 12th grade equivalent test. Basically proves he knows as much as a High School Senior Should. I did this test when I was 16 so I know what it is like, it is pretty hard but I have prepared him well. He already is concurrently enrolled at the college.
He takes Freshmen English and Statistics Right now at the college.
I know heavy classes, but at home he does his science, history, etc. As well as outside sports.
So here's my question. If he passes this test, coming up right after his b-day, should I have him enroll in Spring Classes that are mostly online? So I can tutor him? Or just have him go to class and I can help him with homework?
As stands he will have his General Education met before he turns 18, and at that point I think he may take a year off and travel or relax. I just don't want to over work him KWIM?
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