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Do homeschoolers have a social life?

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2010-09-20 03:36:17
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Yes, most homeschoolers do have a social life. Just like in public school, there are going to be those that do not get out, or do not talk with others. However, a large percentage of homeschooled children are involved in dance, cheerleading, football, YMCA, martial arts, church, scouts, and just have friends around the neighborhood in general.

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