How can you convince your parents to homeschool you through high school?
Well, I'm in the process of trying to get homeschooled as a freshman right now. This site really is helping as I read it because I hate my school right now. I'm actually trying to make a PowerPoint on why I should be home schooled and from reading all these other topics, it really does make me feel like I have a shot.
Wow, that's exactly my case. I'm making a PowerPoint as I browse this website, quoting off facts to maybe help convince my mom it is the right thing to do for me.
I've just got the problem that my parents are divorced, and my mom says yes, she's behind me 100%, but my dad is just saying no.
i homeschooled till third grade, and now I'm a freshmen and I've hated school the whole time I've been in the system.
yup....this site really helps!
That's so akward, my parents are also divorced. I homeschooled in the third through forth grade until they got divorced -- I returned to my great private school, then this year (9th grade) I got through the first semester at my public school alright, but... the system sucks. :|
I haven't proposed my opinion to my dad (although it will be my mom's decision in the end), and I have to work on an actual curriculum/financial "scenario" in order to convince her.
it all depends on the legal requirements in your state or school district. Your parents will have to research the legal process to pull you out of school and begin homeschooling you, which usually involves them providing a form or letter describing their 'intent to homeschool' and their understanding of what is legally required of homeschoolers in your area.
How can I convince my parents to let me take my high school classes online Any ideas as to how I can convince them Please help?
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In homeschool, a child is with someone who knows them. In public school, the teacher deals with many other students. In homeschool, the child learns at their own pace. In public school, it's either the smarter having to wait for the less smart to figure it out and learning less than they could, or the people that don't understand yet left confused as the teacher moves on. In homeschool, you can get help when you…
If you are going to private school, you can certainly try the cost angle as homeschooling is much cheaper than any private school. If you are in public school, you can give many truthful reasons on your part why you feel homeschooling would suit you better. Whether that is bullying, not enough attention being paid to your strengths or weaknesses, too much drama distracting you, not well enough teaching, and so on, you should be…
Yes, I was homeschooled through highschool. I have a third and a first grader who we are teaching at home. I am homeschooled. My parents were not and thought that school was a huge waste of their time. I did go to school for K-6 and I had the hardest time. I am glad I am homeschooled and I plan to homeschool my kids, when I have them. Yes there is alot of people that…
What is the purpose of homeschooling and what kinds of parents who typically make decision to homeschool their children?
they don't want their kids in the trash of public school, but dont have the money to send them to private school. they are willing to put extra personal investment in kids' education. normally is conservative parents or parents of kids who need flexible schedules b/c of serious sports or acting. Nowadays not many people have their children homeschooled. In fact, in most of the countries its compulsory for all chldren to attend school. Only…
In most places, yes. Sometimes you have to take a test to prove to your government or school district that you learned all the material required to graduate high school. In other places, your parents can simply make a diploma and it will be recognized as a real diploma. Most Colleges and Universities waive the requirement of seeing an 'official' diploma for homeschool students and use alternative ways to see if that student is qualified…
Yes! If a parent registers with their government or school district as a homeschooler, they are required to follow the homeschooling laws in their area. Parents cannot use 'homeschool' as an excuse to keep their children at home and not provide them with an education. Those who do not edcuate their children can sometimes be charged with child neglect.