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## Designing your own Middle School Curriculum path?

If you are designing your own 7th or 8th grade course for your student, you may use the guides we provide here. Included inside are two different schedule suggestions:

- A full year of just Algebra (includes pre-Algebra) followed by a full year of Geometry (2 years total)
- A half-year of Algebra (includes pre-Algebra) and then the first half of Geometry. The following year is the second half of Algebra and the second half of Geometry (2 years total)

Please note you'll still need to complete both Probability and Statistics in order to have all math concepts covered. These are best completed *after *at least halfway through Algebra 1.

If you have an older or younger student, notice the progression works after Algebra 1. in the image above. This isn't a race, and they are not behind... we do have 9th and 10th graders taking our Algebra sessions right alongside 5th and 6th graders.

The main point is, students start Algebra when they are *ready*. I just want to show you where the starting point is so you are clear as to which subjects are taught and when.