The courses are listed below in their order. The order under each heading is the recommended order of completion of the courses. So the first would be done in 9th grade, etc. However, you can come in and use any of the courses for any grade levels.
English – 8 – This is 8th level English on the main site. This could go on a transcript as Literature and Composition I. 9th graders who have never used Easy Peasy should start with this.
British Literature and Composition (Students may find the American Literature course easier than this one. It typically takes students less time each day, and it doesn’t have the old language of this course.)
Comparative Government (Geography and Culture)
Art Appreciation (half credit)
Music Appreciation (half credit)
Spanish 1 – This is from EP’s level 8. (Yes, it counts as a high school course.)
Spanish 4 (based on an AP Spanish course is planned, no date on release)
Algebra 1 – Needs to be taken in 8th to get calculus in 12th
Biology with lab
Earth Science with Lab
Chemistry with lab
Physics with lab — This is recommended for 11th or 12th grade. (based on AP physics)
*Oceanography with lab — *This is the easiest science of the EP courses.
PE/Health 1 (half credit)
PE/Health 2 (half credit)
PE/Health 3 (half credit)
PE/Health 4 (half credit)
Foundations — study skills, research skills, critical thinking, logic, uncovering bias (recommended for 9th grade)
SAT Test Prep — Khan Academy has SAT Prep that is designed to practice for the newly designed SAT which launched in April 2016. Here are two more sites. A parent sent me these two links as well. Here is the official question of the day.