In Great Books, she has completed listening through the 10th Teaching Company lecture and read through the 21st book of The Iliad.
In Latin Alive 2 she has now completed through chapter 22 and reviewed Latin numbers and demonstrative pronouns.
She is currently 2 weeks behind in Biology after bogging down in both the organic chemistry chapter and the basic cell chapter. I'm considering making some changes but haven't settled on a solution at this point.
For her Music Appreciation credit, she wrote paragraphs on Renaissance music for church and secular events. I found several CDs at our local library, and so far she has listened to "Requiem" by Rutter and "Madrigals" by The King's Singers.
She continues working through BTS 3 Figural and we covered tu quoque and genetic fallacies in Art of Argument.
In Latin, she is almost finished with chapter 8. She completed the last lesson of review in EG 1 and learned about the use of the accusative case for direct objects in lesson 7.
She's up to chapter 7 of Life Science, but I think I need to set aside some time over the next two weeks to specifically work on how to take notes from a textbook.
Her music she has been doing independently at her own pace, and I honestly have no idea what she's covered the last two weeks.