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The 6th Grade Year is an exciting year filled with the transition from childhood to adolescence.
The 7th grade year is the “Wonder Year,” where your brand new teenager begins to try on identities and discover who they are going to be.
The 8th grader says “goodbye” to puberty issues and “hello” to the quest for freedom from parents and “kiddie” things.
The 9th grade year signals the beginning of the high school experience and the last stage of the adolescent journey.
The 10th grader can drive a car, work a job, and is getting dangerously close to adulthood.
By the time your teenager reaches the 11th grade year, they are living like a mini-adult. But they still need your guidance.
Congratulations! You have a 12th grader! It is time to finish strong in the adolescent journey.