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elyrobles747 February 17, 2009


I am trying to transfer my son from John Tyler High School district to Robert E. Lee district, without having to move my family. (both schools are... More » 

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RoseMarieLogan February 16, 2009


Every year  for k-8 the old school system had my daughter labled gifted grades were not a problem then Last year we move to a different...

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vacekd1001 February 16, 2009


Hi, and Welcome to Great Schools :-) If you repost your question in learning and attention difficulties you may... More »

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healthy11 February 16, 2009


You don't mention which state you moved from, but very few states have GIEP's (IEP's for gifted-only students.) It is... More »

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RoseMarieLogan February 15, 2009


My daughter is in 10th grade at Cloverleaf High School and I am trying to find out what options for education I have for 11th and 12th grade....

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healthy11 February 15, 2009


Hi. Unfortunately Greatschools is a nationwide forum, and we don't know where Cloverleaf High is located. Have you tried... More »

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RoseMarieLogan February 16, 2009


My daughter is in 10th grade at Cloverleaf High School in Medina County Ohio and I am trying to find out what options... More »

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RoseMarieLogan February 15, 2009


I would like to know about the choices we have for the best education for our daughter in 10th grade at CloverLeaf Pulic High School?

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laura1967 February 15, 2009


"HI", "RoseMarieLogan", you have come to a "Nation web-sight Forum" You may want to check our "Reaseach&Compare" sight....or... More »

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MagnetMom February 15, 2009


Hi RoseMarieLogan, and welcome to GreatSchools parent community. As laura1967 pointed out, we're not a school... More »

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MagnetMom February 11, 2009


Two college application terms that regularly cause some confusion: Early Decision and Early Action. Students are often encouraged to apply...

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healthy11 February 13, 2009


Magnetmom, since your son is a legacy at the school, it only stands to reason that you'd be a good family to have as ambassadors... More »

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MagnetMom February 13, 2009


I suppose. My husband hasn't been active in the university itself, but he's very close to many of his friends from his... More »

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winifred66 February 11, 2009


We are in the due process with our SD and our 15 year old son. He has been pushed through school all these years. We found a school in CT , we... More » 

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michellea February 12, 2009


I just read Healthy's response, and I agree that if your son has a diagnosis of Autism, PDD or other spectrum disorder... More »

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trooper February 13, 2009


Residential placements are usually reserved for those students whose behavior issues are so intense that they require... More »

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spivey February 11, 2009


graduation date for 2009

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Cyndilouya63 February 11, 2009


I have been researching and cannot find a source of information that illustrates top state and/or school districts that offer special education.... More » 

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healthy11 February 11, 2009


Hi again, cindylouya. Being in IL, like you, I know our state's special ed situation is less than ideal, although some... More »

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olfashdeb May 9, 2008


My son's headmaster wants to limit the time to 1 half an hour beyond the class time after school.

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healthy11 May 9, 2008


Time-and-a-half seems most common... Even the College Board (who administers the SAT) uses that guideline for their ordinary...

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Diane2teen February 11, 2009


Tottaly agree with healthy11.

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Anonymous February 10, 2009


any information about online high schools (private)

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healthy11 February 10, 2009


I don't know if private online schools are allowed to confer degrees in all states, but you can always do a "google search"... More »


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