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    Hi. I read your post about Keystone and K12, and thought I'd share our experience with Sterling Academy. We only started Sterling last week but so far so good. Definitely something for you to check out. Our 13 year old daughter is in 8th grade but wanted to take 2 high school credit classes: history and psychology. So she's taking Sterling's 9th grade history (which is a cultural geography class) and intro to psychology. Our daughter really likes the mature content and interface. We have a year to complete the classes, and we're able to proceed at our pace. So far the teachers have been excellent and in fact, took my phone call this past Friday at 5pm. If all continues to go well, we plan to take several classes a year at Sterling, and maybe, plan to have our daughter receive a "diploma" from Sterling. Give them a shot!
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