I hesitate to put a grade level on this but ds is 16 now (Yikes!) and isn't on a specific grade level in anything. We just keep plugging away and moving forward bit by bit. But here is what I have put together for this fall's curriculum.
We follow AO/HEO basically but of course we change it up to meet our needs. I use the "lite" versions and even then we don't get it all done. There is so much! Here's what we have planned.
We are just about in Term 2 of Year 8 at Ambleside Online.
DS has some LD (no labels, we just know this after 16 years ;)) and so we make adjustments to just about everything. We buddy read, use audible, I read aloud, we work on the white board etc to get it all done. He's very intelligent and a very deep thinker. His reading comprehension is wonderful but he just doesn't read fast enough to read all the AO books! He also has trouble with the act of handwriting so we need to work on that this year as well. It's painful and we need to build up those muscles. Copywork is perfect for that and his composition can be done on the computer.
As we finish each book or text, we will insert the next one on the list.
Here's what we are using besides the AO titles right now:
Bible - Hebrews. We are starting a new series at our church and ds will be working on his daily reading and "homework" every day
Science - Apologia Biology (we are more than 2/3 of the way through this)
Latin - Latina Christiana. It is for younger students but I think it will work for us right now. It'll be his first dive into another language
Math - Teaching Textbooks Pre-Algebra. We were into Alg 1, but struggling so we went back for a bit. He's picking up faster now and we'll be back in Alg 1 soon!
Shakespeare - Hamlet
Plutarch - Crassus
Artist Study - Fra Angelico
Composer Study -Hildegard von Bingen
I will let him choose a book from the earlier years of AO to read on his own just for the purpose of reading fluency, and comprehension building and just plain old reading for enjoyment. He's never enjoyed reading and hopefully this will help!
We will be starting drivers ed soon as well and I have plenty of other books waiting in the wings.
I also work out of the house two days a week so he works mostly independently on those two days and we do as much together as possible the first two days. I really hope to get it all done in four days. We are very busy with other things like our puppet team and other ministries at church so "book work" is only part of our education. Plus some time or other we need to clean, do chores and cook as well as just have some down time. :)
I have so many projects I'd like to do and I just never seem to get around to doing them! Some day!