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Do you need to have finished high school to homeschool your children?


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2016-03-04 07:43:09
2016-03-04 07:43:09

Some Fathers and Mothers is very busy in our life in that condescension he/she never care our children. So he/she take want to study our children in home school.


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The older Duggar children have homeschool high school diplomas. I heard Josh say he had his GED.

Yes, until High School

School software is very useful especially for children that will soon attend a regular school. For high school student, it is not advisable since the subjects are more complex.

Yup! For almost any college or organization, a homeschool high school diploma is just as good as one from a public or private school.

"Well, yes and no. Homeschool high school doesn't generally have the same transcripts that normal high schools have, so that can make the college application process frustrating." "Homeschool high school is detrimental to a students' development, because they don't receive any social interaction. If college is their first social experience, it can be pretty overwhelming." has a lot of different homeschool related resources. The Keystone School also has a lot of online homeschooling information for middle school and high school kids.

yes you can but its better to send them to a real school intill you get your high school diploma

No. A homeschool high school diploma earned even after meeting all required courses by your state would not be accredited. If you have accreditation that means you have some institution that has examined your program and has deemed it worthy of their mark or name. So no, a homeschool does not carry any accreditation by any institution.

does ocean county college accept a christian based high school diploma

yes, He finished high school however he did drop out of Harvard in 1975.

Yes. It is even possible to homeschool high school students.

That depends on what you mean - how many homeschooled children complete public/private high school, or how many complete homeschool high school? You can get a lot of answers to homeschooling questions at and . To answer your question directly, just about every homeschooled child completes some form of high school or equivalent, and most go on to higher education. But a classroom is not the only place to learn.

If you are 18 and have not yet graduated high school, you can be homeschooled. You parents will have to work with the government or the school district to see what the requirements are.

Yes he finished high school.

He went to a christian elamentary school as well middle school but he probally has a homeschool teacher for the rode and things.

Yes, this tells them that you have successfully finished graduating from high school. However, there are almost always loopholes for children who were taught at home.

Laurel Springs, actually it is an homeschool system

Parents homeschool their teens for a variety of reasons. Some children have different learning styles, and homeschooling allows for customized processes. Others homeschool to remove their child from circumstances where teachers or social pressures are having a negative effect. Some, like myself, choose to homeschool because it allows the children to follow their own interests and often learn at a much faster pace. My son, 16, is currently learning trigonometry, not from a book, but from game programming. This flexibility is simply not possible in an institutionalized environment.

Ask your teacher and principal (parents)! the requirements vary by state. You can also take a GED course or take a high school equivilency exam.

he finished high school in 1978.

He finished high school in the year of 1979.

he finished high school at the age of 18

A high school is after the child finished primary he/she goes to high school. you usually are a teenager when you go to the next step high school. You learn much more there than in primary. After when you finished high school you graduate and go to college and university.

They all completed their GCSEs and finished secondary school but did some did not finish college or sixth form

They should be looking for it in far places or they should get out of home school and have high school curriculum. I hope this answer helps you. You may look up the internet if this doesn't help.

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