The world in which our students choose spiritual life or death is changing rapidly. When their older brothers and sisters return to visit the same schools and campuses they attended, they find a radically different moral climate. . . . The spiritual strength sufficient for our youth to stand firm just a few years ago will soon not be enough.
HSLDA-Evaluation of High School Credits-For courses that do not use a standard high school level textbook, log the hours that your child spends completing the course work. One credit is approx. 120-180 hours of work. The upper end of this range (180 hrs) is usually appropriate for lab science courses, while 150 hours is the average for a year long academic course such as English or History.
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