Suddenly I was having "Oh sh*t!" moment - when I realized that the only area where Smarty still needs 4 years of study is English. She already has 1 out of suggested 3 years of foreign language, 3.5 years of high school math (Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, and half of Precalculus), 1 year out of three required for high school science, and 1 year of "elective". So, in theory, she can spend her junior and senior years taking only English.
Also, according to this official site of registered AP classes, her school only offers one AP in science (AP chemistry). On their own website they advertise AP in each subject, so this is a bit confusing. There is a Calculus AB/BC AP, but no AP in Statistics, something that she is really interested in. There is also no APLAC (Language and Composition), which I think Smarty would want to have.
All that makes me wonder as to what is in store for Smarty for the years beyond 9th grade. It also makes me even more determined to convince her not to do double science next year - she has more than enough time to do any science her school might be able to offer. But it also made me realize that we will have to have a serious conversation with her school about her high school path next year before we sign up for 10th grade.
Are you worried about too much acceleration or too little of it?