History and Lit: continuing our great books approach. We will be in year 4 and using a modified version of the well-trained mind reading list for year 4. He will also study for and take the AP World History exam and the AP English Literature exam.
Thesis: He will complete an extended senior thesis this year. In 9th and 10th, he completed a standard research paper. In 11th, he wrote a junior thesis, and he chose the field of history for that project. His project this year will be longer and more involved. He is considering doing a project in psychology this year. Details of how to do a junior and senior thesis can be found in the WTM.
Math: Math U See Calculus
Science: He will be continuing psychology dual enrollment for his science credits this year.
Language: Stewart English book 3
IEW's Succeed on the AP Lit Exam (testing at the end of the year)
Electives: AP French 4--online through the Potter's school
AP Latin-online with Henle
Russian--with Pimsleur and Russian in 10 minutes a day
New Testament using The Promise and the Blessing, as well as open course through Yale
Art-continue with the Annotated Mona Lisa and the Story of Painting for art from year 3, as well as studying photography
Music-Classical Music 101 (2nd half)
Rhetoric-Classical Rhetoric: Aristotle's Principles of Persuasion
Work study-he will also be required to volunteer weekly at his chosen location--this could be traditional volunteer locations, or a location that would help him think through what he wants to pursue as an occupation.