Anyway, he is in 10th grade, taking honors classes that usually juniors take and he has a 4.0 gpa.
Last year he was in classes that offered support but because he did not use them, we choose to move him to the harder classes to see how he did. And he's doing great. They can't see what to put for his IEP and so we all agreed that we would make it a gifted only IEP.
Part of me is scared to let it go. But he honestly doesn't need it and so I am thrilled! I feel like its one step closer to him being successful. He still struggles with social things, he prefers to be at home, but the schools tells me he is talking to kids at school. And that other kids recognize he is smart and will ask him questions in class and that he does a good job explaining it to them.
So that's my good news! :)