**Credits: Student took Saxon Algebra 1, 3rd Ed followed by Shormann Algebra 2.**

Students who complete Saxon Algebra 1 then Shormann Algebra 2 earn 1 full credit of geometry. How? Because Saxon Algebra 1, 3rd Edition teaches about 1/3 of the concepts required to earn 1/2 credit of geometry, the geometry concepts not taught in Saxon can be learned in the review section (first 25 lessons) of Shormann Algebra 2. The second 1/2 credit of geometry, as well as 1 credit of Algebra 2, is earned in the remaining Shormann Algebra 2 lessons.

**How do I record these credits on a transcript?**

This example is for a student who took Saxon Algebra 1 in 9th grade and Shormann Algebra 2 in 10th grade:

**9th Grade**

Course Title: Algebra 1 Credit: 1

**10th Grade**

Course Title : Algebra 2 Credit: 1

Course Title: Geometry Credit: 1

**Credits: Student took Saxon Algebra 2, 2nd or 3rd Edition followed by Shormann Precalculus.**

Completing Saxon Algebra 2 earns 1 credit of Algebra 2 and 1/2 credit of Geometry. Since Shormann Precalculus reviews all the geometry taught in Shormann Algebra 2, the remaining 1/2 credit of geometry, and 1 Precalculus credit can be earned in Shormann Precalculus.

**How do I record these credits on a transcript?**

If the student took Saxon Algebra 2 in 10th grade and Shormann Precalculus in 11th grade:

**10th Grade**

Course Title: Algebra 2 Credit: 1

Course Title: Geometry Credit: 1/2

**11th Grade**

Course Title: Precalculus with Trigonometry Credit: 1

Course Title: Geometry Credit: 1/2