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by Mary Ann Kelley
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"We used First Form Latin in 5ht grade and Second Form Latin for 6th grade. Very structured and lots of good grammar. I think Latin is hard, so I was very glad my daughter was willing to work through the books herself. I did buy the DVDs so she cou.."
Lifepacs Review by Kimberly
"We are just about to finish up with 1st grade using Lifepacs for everything except Math. We have the Math Lifepacs, but very quickly discovered that it wasn't for my son.He liked: That the workbooks are shorter, so he wasn't intimidated by this.."
Lifepacs Review by Anthony & Janel
"Okay. One thing I have noticed as a person who compares scopes & sequences of all the programs before making a decision, that if I really compared what the objectives and learning sequence between Lifepac and the average curriculum like say, BJU,.."
"We used LifePac through Alpha Omega Academy. We thought that by doing this we would have extra help in coursework and the accreditation would make it better for graduating and getting into more colleges. This isn't the case. I was doing better tea.."
"This school seemed okay at first. It's one of the cheapest Christian online schools. However the past 2 years of using Alpha Omega have been absolutely dreadful. Teachers take so long to grade assignments causing you to get behind on your coursework..."
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