

High School Curricula 
 MathUSee ("A complete manipulativesbased K12 homeschool math curriculum.")
 Sells high school level math courses: PreAlgebra, Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, & PreCalculus.
 Singapore Math (Their New Elementary Mathematics course covers PreAlgebra, Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry. Please note that PreAlgebra does not receive high school credit if completed before the 9th grade at Gateway. Teacher's manuals and companion workbooks are available.)
 VideoText Interactive (Their website says: "When a student completes Geometry: A Complete Course along with Algebra: A Complete Course, the student can claim credits for all of the following:
PreAlgebra,
Algebra I,
Algebra II,
Geometry,
Trigonometry,
PreCalculus.")
 Teaching Textbooks (PreAlgebra, Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, and PreCalculus.)
 Math Relief (Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry video program with text.)
 Harold Jacobs Elementary Algebra covers Algebra I & II in one book. Geometry: Seeing, Doing, Understanding covers Geometry and PreCalculus in one book.
 Apologia ("K12 creationbased science curriculum specifically designed for the home school.")
 Does Physical Science in the 8th grade and Biology in the 9th grade.
 Detailed Coloring Books Series:
 Signs and Seasons (Astronomy highschool curriculum 1 full credit)
 Biology 101 (Needs supplementation: "The 4 DVD set is accompanied by a printable (pdf) guidebook, allowing the student to easily review all the information covered in the film. Each guidebook segment includes a multiple choice quiz and discussion questions. A 12page “Course Accreditation Program” booklet is included for those families who want a yearlong biology course.")
 Notgrass Company ("Notgrass Company homeschool curriculum and homeschool resources for families, including Bible, history, and art." "[The Notgrass Company offers] world history, American history, and U.S. government curricula for high school students. We have Tennessee and Georgia state history studies."
 TruthQuest History (World History course is appropriate for high school, American History course is NOT high school level)
Economics
 Rosetta Stone
 Pimsleur Approach
 The Latin Road to English (Volumes I, II, & III are equivalent to high school Latin I & II. If the parent supplements grammar study, the student might also receive a full credit of high school English if completed in high school. Read more information about the program on their website.)



