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Skipping a grade in school isn’t necessarily as easy as
deciding the material you’ve been given so far is too easy for you. If you
jumped from 4th to 6th, you might miss some crucial
tidbits in that 5th-grade year. To see if you’re ready, you need to
have a meeting with your parents and your guidance counselor. If 6th
grade is the beginning of middle school in your district, you’ll probably have
to meet with counselors in that school, as well.
There are other things you should consider besides
schoolwork, sweetie, like your friends. If your BFF is stuck in 5th
grade while you jump forward—possibly into a different school—you might lose
the connection you once had. As a younger student in your new grade level, it
might also be a bit more difficult to make new friends. Is this a trade-off
you’d be willing to make?
You might also want to look into accelerated programs
that’ll give you more of a challenge but keep you in the same grade as your
peers. Once you reach middle school, you’ll likely have the opportunity to take
a more challenging course load thanks to honors-level classes.
BY BRITTANY TAYLOR ON 3/31/2011 2:10:00 PM
POSTED IN school, advice
by elena:) on 5/18/2011 3:48:31 PM
by paipailarz on 5/15/2011 7:12:07 PM
I would SO not skip a grade if I were her. All of elementary school was so easy for me, but when I got to middle school, I took accelerated classes. I did, though, skip a grade just in math. Lots of middle schools will let students just skip a grade in one subject. I am learning so much more in middle school!
by Doodle600 on 4/23/2011 8:50:04 PM
i think that if the work is to easy than you should skip. it might be hard at first but all you have to do is beleive you can do it. i know i probably sound like dr. phil but i seriously think it could help
by toejo on 4/22/2011 1:17:06 PM
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