Must high school courses be taken in a particular order?
Your consultant might have individual recommendations for your child, but in general, courses follow set progressions.
In the humanities - religion and integrated history & literature courses - this is especially important. There are overarching, four-year arguments being considered and expressed by the student as he works through these courses. Recorded overviews of religion and history help parents understand the entire sequence and significance of each part.
Following these four-year sequences allows students to formulate a strong, rational defense of their faith and to understand the nature of government, the design of our republic, and man’s relationship to government. These are the chief aims of the high school program that guide each year’s course selections. Considering aptitudes, interests, and scheduling needs, your consultant will help you to pursue these goals through coursework appropriate for your child.