Sometimes home educated students do not keep a traditional school calendar and may not be finished with a course in time to start the next course in August. The best advice in this regard is to consider the student's foundational understanding of mathematics. It is much better to have a student who has completed one less math class in high school with a high level of success than to have a student who has completed more classes but at a much less successful level.

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- HSML offers both on-level and honors sections in Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Pre-Calculus, and Calculus I.
- Students can take Geometry and Algebra II concurrently, this is a rigorous option for highly motivated students.
- Honors course placement is decided by the parent/student. Students can move between on-level and honors each year.
- See Consumer Math and Statistics prerequisites noted on the side of the diagram below.
- High School Math Live recommends the following sequence for high school math live courses.

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## Questions on Course Options?

Can I take Consumer Math as an elective course while taking a college prep class? YES! Click for a course description.

When should my student take Geometry?

Should my student take honors or an on-level course?

Can my student take both Geometry and Algebra II?

What are the Calculus options for the homeschool student?

When should my student take Geometry?

Should my student take honors or an on-level course?

Can my student take both Geometry and Algebra II?

What are the Calculus options for the homeschool student?