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Posted by on Apr. 1, 2013 at 8:02 PM
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I am looking for a complete curriculum or even single subjects for my 17 yr old to use for her last year. She is thinking of going to school later for nursing so I want be sure we have all of her subjects filled in. The problem I am having is that hubby is not working so I need to find them super super cheap. I can't afford the $40(per subject) I have found online so far. Help please.
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oaron5555
by Welcome Squad on Apr. 2, 2013 at 1:51 PM

If your budget is that tight you might want to look into a Charter school, if they have those where you live.  Most will let you pick your own curriculum and pay for it for you.  You do have to meet with a teacher once in a while to turn in work samples but since your budget is really tight that might be an option to look into.

twyliatepeka
by Twylia on Apr. 2, 2013 at 1:57 PM
We don't have any charter schools here.

That was supposed to say $40 per subject (oops).
I am looking for Lifepac or something similar to it. It is around $250 for the whole set from what I have found so far.


Quoting oaron5555:

If your budget is that tight you might want to look into a Charter school, if they have those where you live.  Most will let you pick your own curriculum and pay for it for you.  You do have to meet with a teacher once in a while to turn in work samples but since your budget is really tight that might be an option to look into.


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LostTheSlipper
by Guidance on Apr. 2, 2013 at 5:59 PM


Quoting twyliatepeka:

We don't have any charter schools here.

That was supposed to say $40 per subject (oops).
I am looking for Lifepac or something similar to it. It is around $250 for the whole set from what I have found so far.


Quoting oaron5555:

If your budget is that tight you might want to look into a Charter school, if they have those where you live.  Most will let you pick your own curriculum and pay for it for you.  You do have to meet with a teacher once in a while to turn in work samples but since your budget is really tight that might be an option to look into.


Really?? I bought two individual subjects for 5th grade last year and they were like $140-$150 just for the two.

twyliatepeka
by Twylia on Apr. 2, 2013 at 8:05 PM
Lifepac seems to be a little cheaper & $40 is on sale regular price is $50 plus.


Quoting LostTheSlipper:


Quoting twyliatepeka:

We don't have any charter schools here.



That was supposed to say $40 per subject (oops).

I am looking for Lifepac or something similar to it. It is around $250 for the whole set from what I have found so far.





Quoting oaron5555:

If your budget is that tight you might want to look into a Charter school, if they have those where you live.  Most will let you pick your own curriculum and pay for it for you.  You do have to meet with a teacher once in a while to turn in work samples but since your budget is really tight that might be an option to look into.



Really?? I bought two individual subjects for 5th grade last year and they were like $140-$150 just for the two.


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