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    Should Miguel do two years of 9th or 10th? He'll have 12 credits after this semester. I want to "hold him back" due to age but my husband feels he's done the work so why punish him for his age. If I did hold him back what do I tell the county?

    Oh other news one of the co-ops are doing robotics
    DS- 17 12 grade Dual enrollment, and 1 co-op.

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    I have a similar question. yMy daughter faile some of her 9th grade courses. So does she repeat them so it doesn't mess with her gpa? Is that holding her back a grade__ Thereś no way she could do 12 credits. What are the options out there_

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