• Is my mom being to harsh?

    Best answer: My friend homeschooled all of her five kids. They had school Monday-Thursday. If all work was done they had Friday off. If not they caught up on their work, while their siblings got to play. I know you are young, but once in college, you are to have to get work done first before you do what you like. No one is... show more
    Best answer: My friend homeschooled all of her five kids. They had school Monday-Thursday. If all work was done they had Friday off. If not they caught up on their work, while their siblings got to play.
    I know you are young, but once in college, you are to have to get work done first before you do what you like. No one is going to be there to force you. it needs to be a study skill and time management skill.
    It seems writing is a stress reielf to you.
    I have homeschooled my kids for a few years and know many parents who homeschool. Usually there is plenty of free time.
    5 answers · 6 hours ago
  • How to convince my parents to let me do online school/ home school?

    Ok so school gives me anxiety and stress. I hate the common core and the methods they teach me. One time I asked a teacher if she could teach me something in a different strategy and she said she couldn’t because of the ciriculum and we had to move on because we didn’t have enough time. Home schooling I can work at... show more
    Ok so school gives me anxiety and stress. I hate the common core and the methods they teach me. One time I asked a teacher if she could teach me something in a different strategy and she said she couldn’t because of the ciriculum and we had to move on because we didn’t have enough time. Home schooling I can work at my own pace I can be myself. And I can get done with school faster. Those some of the basic reasons I have better but their harder to explain and word. I’m sorry if this doesn’t sound well but please do not lecture me. I’ve talked with my mom she said she would talk to my dad about it and she will allow me I just want to try to help convince my dad to at least think about considering because he said no before because he said I wouldn’t be social
    4 answers · 15 hours ago
  • How to show homeschooling on a resume?

    I've been home schooled since 6th Grade. This is my first time putting a resume together and even though I've looked on several websites for help I couldn't find a solid answer on what to put down for a home school name on a resume! I do not currently have a umbrella school, so some people say to put... show more
    I've been home schooled since 6th Grade. This is my first time putting a resume together and even though I've looked on several websites for help I couldn't find a solid answer on what to put down for a home school name on a resume! I do not currently have a umbrella school, so some people say to put your last name and "school" or "academy" If you don't have one. Alternatively some people say just to plainly put "Home School". I'd also like a little advice on what exactly I should put down as achievements, as I've been pretty basely home schooled and haven't had any extracurricular. I'd like to know if anyone out there who is or hired a home schooler and what your opinions on this is. If you haven't been home schooled, feel free to give your ideas as well!
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Alabama Homeschool Advice?

    Best answer: Your parents should start by contacting local homeschooling groups and families. Go to Google and type in "homeschool groups (your city), Alabama. You may also find these groups on Facebook. Your parents should message them, not you. It is easier to understand local laws from someone who has been homeschooling... show more
    Best answer: Your parents should start by contacting local homeschooling groups and families. Go to Google and type in "homeschool groups (your city), Alabama. You may also find these groups on Facebook. Your parents should message them, not you. It is easier to understand local laws from someone who has been homeschooling for awhile. You can read them online here - https://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/o...
    As you see it can be very confusing and hard to understand. This is why I suggest your parents speak to someone who has being doing for awhile.

    This page has them simplified. The laws look easy and similar to GA laws which is great. We no longer have to send in attendance which is nice but was silly since our kids were always at home. lol
    https://www.homeschoolacademy.com/state-...
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • My mom is threatening to put me in public school?

    I was bullied for being gay at my public school and now Im in online free public school which basically means I go to online school for free. The first year of online school was great but now im slowing doing terrible because teaching myself is hard.Advice? i dont wanna go to public school
    I was bullied for being gay at my public school and now Im in online free public school which basically means I go to online school for free. The first year of online school was great but now im slowing doing terrible because teaching myself is hard.Advice? i dont wanna go to public school
    6 answers · 5 days ago
  • How to put my Child back in school? UK?

    My daughter has been homeschooled for two years and should now be in year 10. How do I go about putting her back in public school? I have looked on the councils website however none of it is helpful. Should i just ring the local authority?
    My daughter has been homeschooled for two years and should now be in year 10. How do I go about putting her back in public school? I have looked on the councils website however none of it is helpful. Should i just ring the local authority?
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • I want to be online schooled?

    So I have severe scoliosis(33 degrees in my upper back,45 in lower),at school I have to sit for at least 6 hours and sitting is really bad for your spine, I also have to carry heavy books(plus notebooks) and it really hurts my back. So I was thinking to start online schooling scince it'll be better for me,but... show more
    So I have severe scoliosis(33 degrees in my upper back,45 in lower),at school I have to sit for at least 6 hours and sitting is really bad for your spine, I also have to carry heavy books(plus notebooks) and it really hurts my back. So I was thinking to start online schooling scince it'll be better for me,but in my country you can't get into universities with an online high school diploma from another country(my country doesn't have any online schools),so I don't know what to do, any suggestions?
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Should an only child be homeschooled?

    I have heard that homeschoolers are more likely to fall behind in social skills. My daughter should be starting school next year. We don't have any other children nor pets. She has no cousins or relatives nearby either, but we will be planning on getting her take at least 2 extracurricular activities where she... show more
    I have heard that homeschoolers are more likely to fall behind in social skills. My daughter should be starting school next year. We don't have any other children nor pets. She has no cousins or relatives nearby either, but we will be planning on getting her take at least 2 extracurricular activities where she can make friends.
    11 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is there any homeschooling sites where a student doesn t need parent supervision?

    Best answer: Yes, you have the option of joining an online school. There are certified teachers available who provide real-time instructs to the kids. So you won't need your parents to teach you. I did the same with my kids. I am working mom and don't have enough time to teach my kids. So I decided to use... show more
    Best answer: Yes, you have the option of joining an online school. There are certified teachers available who provide real-time instructs to the kids. So you won't need your parents to teach you. I did the same with my kids. I am working mom and don't have enough time to teach my kids. So I decided to use ogburnonlineschool.com. It was a great decision for my family. I am happy for my kids.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • My friend recently became homeschooled and Im worried for his future, what can I do?

    I have nothing against homecschooling, but both his parents have geds and work full time jobs. He hasnt even started his first lesson and it has been a month. All he does now is sit home smoking weed and playing video games. Is there anything I can do to save him? If it helps, the reason he was taken out was... show more
    I have nothing against homecschooling, but both his parents have geds and work full time jobs. He hasnt even started his first lesson and it has been a month. All he does now is sit home smoking weed and playing video games. Is there anything I can do to save him? If it helps, the reason he was taken out was because his parents believed he was being liberally brainwashed.
    11 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Home school?

    So I'm a 13 year old girl 8th grade should my parents be teaching me sex Ed/health class (there not)
    So I'm a 13 year old girl 8th grade should my parents be teaching me sex Ed/health class (there not)
    7 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • I m scared about high school?

    Hey there! I am in 10th grade, but supposed to be in 9th. I skipped two grades and been home schooled my whole life. I will go to a public school in 11th grade and i worry cause ill be younger than everyone. I am scared people will bully me! Any advise?
    Hey there! I am in 10th grade, but supposed to be in 9th. I skipped two grades and been home schooled my whole life. I will go to a public school in 11th grade and i worry cause ill be younger than everyone. I am scared people will bully me! Any advise?
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • High school programs? (Homeschoolers please help me)?

    I’m considering homeschool and I just wanted to maybe ask some fellow homeschoolers before asking my guidance counselor. Say you are looking for a program, do some high schools only have a few programs (websites) that they have for students who want to homeschool to accredit it for colleges to accept you? Please... show more
    I’m considering homeschool and I just wanted to maybe ask some fellow homeschoolers before asking my guidance counselor. Say you are looking for a program, do some high schools only have a few programs (websites) that they have for students who want to homeschool to accredit it for colleges to accept you? Please let me know or if you can PLEASE offer me advice, please kik me at my public kik, @kronewyd.
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Can I do online school for a semester?

    So I really want to do online school because of my attendance and you know the government could get involved and I really want to be in the program k12 but because of the hurricanes they are only accepting kids that are homeless/their school got destroyed because of the hurricanes or if they have a sibling already... show more
    So I really want to do online school because of my attendance and you know the government could get involved and I really want to be in the program k12 but because of the hurricanes they are only accepting kids that are homeless/their school got destroyed because of the hurricanes or if they have a sibling already in the program, there for I would have to wait till next year but I really want to start online school next semester (i'm almost done with my first semester, in a few weeks) So I was wondering if I could attend a online school for only a semester then transfer to k12 when i can apply. If so what are some good online schools I could do and how do they much they cost also how would the process work going from a public school to an online school transferring into another online school (K12) oh and just in case this matters I am currently in the 11th grade and i live in georgia.
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • What's your opinion on homeschooling?

    Best answer: Varies on the parent, though as long as the kid is as socially active as normal school kids, I am for it. Then again traditional school was very slow for me, although even in school I barely talked to anyone so... it depends on the kid as well.
    Best answer: Varies on the parent, though as long as the kid is as socially active as normal school kids, I am for it. Then again traditional school was very slow for me, although even in school I barely talked to anyone so... it depends on the kid as well.
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago