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Postby jap3177 » Thu Jun 03, 2021 3:08 pm

Hello everyone.

Clearly a novice here! My son is virtual schooled through an online public charter -- he is finishing 6th grade this week. I thought I could just request he re-do 6th but found out that is far from the case. The reasons why are quite personal and are legitimate. We believe he will be even more successful with an additional year of maturity -- both socially and emotionally.

His school today denied the request. How a virtual school who has never met him believes they can make this decision is beyond me.

If I go to the "real" home school option, do I have the opportunity to retain him? We live in California.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated!

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