My daughter has two years until she is in high school, but I'm working looking at the different options out there for her. Some people tell me to just wait and see what comes out, well I like to plan things and I plan for the unexpected. My daughter doesn't like textbooks at all and she doesn't like computer based courses, unless it's art related. She will work through workbooks and worktexts just fine, she will do literature based curricula just fine. So I'm trying to get a list of curricula that will help me fulfill the graduating requirements for my daughter. Which are 4 math (Algebra I and above, she will be in Geometry in 9th grade unless something happens), 3 science (I was thinking Biology, Chemistry, and Physics), 4 English with literature and composition, 1 US history, 1 world history/geography, .5 American Government, .5 Economics, 2 foreign language, 1 fine arts, 1 physical education, and 8 electives.
I'm mostly doing this so I can add in things that my daughter is interested in, photography, digital arts and such.