I am currently a Junior in high school. I in proper terms goofed of to much the first two years and glad I am getting my act together now then in my senior year. But your daughter can do what I am doing. My brick and mortar school has 4 classes a day. We have something that we call block scheduling. The school year is divided up into two semesters. The first semester we get 4 classes then the second semester we get a different set of classes. Instead of having a normal 9 week grading period we have 4.5 weeks. Also instead of 45-50 min classes we have 1 hour & 30 mins. So in total we get 8 classes per year Vs. the 6 classes per year.
But long story short. Along with intending my brick & mortar school. I also attend http://flvs.net/
its an on line school. I take 2 classes on line and 3 classes at my main school. So I get a total of 10 classes per year. At this rate I will be back up and ahead by the end of the summer. Then my senior year and I hope. I can dual enrol at Lake Sumter. So I can take some college classes after school for free.
Its just a thought and something to look into. Also if your not a FL residence. You can still take FLVS. But at a fee. Its a great on line class and they love to stay in touch. With both student and parent. Its about 4-5 hours per week, per class. If you do the minimum. You can still work ahead to complete the class early. That's what I try to do. I try to stay 1-2 weeks ahead. Just in case of an emergency....I have some lean way.
Also they work with all OS. Linux/Windows/OSX