Dr. Shormann recommends starting Shormann Algebra 1 in 8th grade. Shormann Algebra 1 and Algebra 2 each earn 1 1/2 credits (1 Algebra and 1/2 Geometry) so some students take up to three semesters to complete each one. Three Semester Schedule
If he completes Algebra 1 in 8th grade, Algebra 2 in 9th grade, Precalculus in 10th grade, then Calculus I in 11th grade, he can take the AP Calculus AB exam. If he passes this exam at the end of 11th grade (as opposed to 12th grade), he can turn those exam scores in with his college admissions and scholarship applications. A passing score on an AP Calculus exam will significantly boost his application in the selection process. Learn More: Advanced Placement Exams
Then in 12th grade he can take Calculus 2 followed by the AP Calculus BC exam.
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