Middle School Science – Fun or Academic?
In TPS, it’s both! There are no universal requirements for middle school science, but there are a couple of good recommendations:
1. Try to take one life science and one physical science course in grades 7 and 8, to lay a good foundation for required high school sciences.
(TPS Physical Science (Honors) and Earth Science are eligible for high school credit as required by some states.)
2. Take grade 7 and 8 sciences that teach how to write formal lab reports with proper content and formatting.
Colleges report and AP scores indicate that homeschoolers are often not strong in lab work and reporting. TPS science courses emphasize real lab work and teach formal lab reporting (including the correct style for each individual discipline) so our science students are fully prepared for high school and then AP and college.
More about TPS Science courses and curricula…
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