I just wanted to let you know that both SL and study.com have informed me that they allow under 13 year olds to take courses for college credit. They have to manually enter something, but it is possible. With the possibility of CLEP (process for under 13 year olds now described on the College Board website) it opens up many opportunities for 10-12 year olds. Penn Foster wrote that students have to be at least 17 years old and have a high school diploma. I remember cookderosa writing that she knows of someone who passed a CLEP at 9 years old. Someone here wrote that their 11 year old child already has 12 college credits. I wonder what TESU's policy on age waivers is. I think flyingace got an age waiver from TESU at age 15 and with 90 credit hours under her belt.