• What is public school like?

    Best answer: No fear mongering here. It depends upon the individual and the school. Insecure people will try to make you feel helpless and scared. Most kids are regular kids. There’ll be kids with issues. Steer clear. Do you think an urban school in a poor area is going to be identical to the high school in a we’ll to do... show more
    Best answer: No fear mongering here. It depends upon the individual and the school. Insecure people will try to make you feel helpless and scared. Most kids are regular kids. There’ll be kids with issues. Steer clear.

    Do you think an urban school in a poor area is going to be identical to the high school in a we’ll to do university town, or a rural school? They’re all different.

    Do you know any kids who aren’t homeschooled? Ask them about the local schools in your town. They have the real experience. Mrs. jones from the homeschooling co-op May just want to frighten you with how awful it is. If you don’t, get out and meet some. Join a church youth group and do something in your community. It’s important to do that now or you’ll go through culture shock when you have to work or go to college. Those same kids everyone is scared of now go on to have a life after high school
    9 answers · 3 days ago
  • School is unsafe?

    Hey guys. I stay home most of the time and am homeschooled online. This was my choice. I get lonely often because I don’t really socialize with anyone. I really want to go back to normal school, but In my area, they aren’t safe. I saw a girl get stabbed with a pencil in the hallway one day. She was taken to the... show more
    Hey guys. I stay home most of the time and am homeschooled online. This was my choice. I get lonely often because I don’t really socialize with anyone. I really want to go back to normal school, but In my area, they aren’t safe. I saw a girl get stabbed with a pencil in the hallway one day. She was taken to the hospital in an ambulance. I don’t know what I should do. Any advice?
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • Homeschool vs public school?

    Ok so I go to a public school rn but my mom was thinking it wouldn’t be a terrible idea to homeschool because of all the school shootings. Thoughts?
    Ok so I go to a public school rn but my mom was thinking it wouldn’t be a terrible idea to homeschool because of all the school shootings. Thoughts?
    11 answers · 7 days ago
  • Graduation..?

    Is it possible for someone to receive a cap, gown, and diploma for being homeschooled ?
    Is it possible for someone to receive a cap, gown, and diploma for being homeschooled ?
    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • Is it time to outlaw home-schooling?

    Best answer: Then why do you want to OUTLAW home-schooling? Maybe promote it, as it is safer.
    Best answer: Then why do you want to OUTLAW home-schooling? Maybe promote it, as it is safer.
    4 answers · 4 days ago
  • So, do you think that home schooling, or virtual education is better than traditional, or brick and mortar school for children?

    I have been through a lot and suffered going and studying at a traditional school setting. From my experience further and beyond I don't wish that what happened to me to occur once more to anyone else in which everybody was rude beginning from the teachers and along to the other students.
    I have been through a lot and suffered going and studying at a traditional school setting. From my experience further and beyond I don't wish that what happened to me to occur once more to anyone else in which everybody was rude beginning from the teachers and along to the other students.
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • How to stop my parents from homeschooling my sister?

    I graduated from school late year, I was enrolled in public school until I was 10, and in doing so gained a basic knowledge of social skills. And I spent the rest of the time homeschooling, as to work at my own, much faster, pace. But my 12 year old sister has never been to public school, and has not gained and... show more
    I graduated from school late year, I was enrolled in public school until I was 10, and in doing so gained a basic knowledge of social skills. And I spent the rest of the time homeschooling, as to work at my own, much faster, pace. But my 12 year old sister has never been to public school, and has not gained and social skills or friends, has no hobbies besides video games, and won’t do her school work. She passed the government issued tests so she can legally homeschool, but I worry that it isn’t good for her. How do I convince my mom to send her to a real school? Thanks.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why is everything I do wrong in life?

    I cant keep up with my brothers, they are all working downtown in family business thriving -while I walk around aimlessly in life. I try to talk with girls but they laugh at me, so I have to bribe girls with money to be my friends. The only friend I guess I have is our maid. I asked girls on internet to be my... show more
    I cant keep up with my brothers, they are all working downtown in family business thriving -while I walk around aimlessly in life. I try to talk with girls but they laugh at me, so I have to bribe girls with money to be my friends. The only friend I guess I have is our maid. I asked girls on internet to be my friend but they stand there in silence. what the heck?
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • What do you need to homeschool a child?

    A permit or a private tutor?
    A permit or a private tutor?
    12 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How does homeschooling work?

    I am in a long distance relationship. Education is really important to me & I would prefer he have some level of education. He says hes homeschool but I’m convinced he isnt. I looked into it but before I did, I asked him about it. He couldnt even answer most of my questions for example, how does homeschooling... show more
    I am in a long distance relationship. Education is really important to me & I would prefer he have some level of education. He says hes homeschool but I’m convinced he isnt. I looked into it but before I did, I asked him about it. He couldnt even answer most of my questions for example, how does homeschooling gpa work, attendance, etc. He had no clue. He said he couldnt go back to a public school unless he took a test?? What made me suspicious if it, is that he would “miss days” saying “I want to talk to you so im skipping today and tomorrow.” He texts me all day while I am at school and after. On days I confront him about it, he says things like “i’ll do it around 6 pm and i’ll be done by 7:30.” Doesn’t homeschooling require more time?? I dont know if it is just me but It sounds wrong as if he doesnt even homeschool? It would be best if I get answers from someone who has been homeschooled or know about it. Thanks :)
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How much is homeschool?

    What is the price for homeschool to do work in computer? Im in texas btw just need price do i need to pay weekkly or by month
    What is the price for homeschool to do work in computer? Im in texas btw just need price do i need to pay weekkly or by month
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Are there any books that practice medicine?

    Best answer: There are plenty of medical textbooks, which you could buy at the bookstore of a medical school, but learning to be a doctor is about a lot more than just reading books. Med students dissect corpses, they go on rounds with doctors at hospitals, they do residencies in their chosen subjects. And they read a LOT of... show more
    Best answer: There are plenty of medical textbooks, which you could buy at the bookstore of a medical school, but learning to be a doctor is about a lot more than just reading books. Med students dissect corpses, they go on rounds with doctors at hospitals, they do residencies in their chosen subjects.

    And they read a LOT of books for their classes, not just one.
    8 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Should homeschooling be a criminalized.?

    Best answer: Only for parents who don’t have higher than a high school diploma. I am fine with PHDs homeschooling.
    Best answer: Only for parents who don’t have higher than a high school diploma. I am fine with PHDs homeschooling.
    25 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • If a person is hardly on Facebook, is it understandable if he’s the only one who didn’t get a “like” from someone he wished a Happy Birthday?

    I rarely use Facebook, thus my profile photo that I haven’t updated in 10 years. Matter of fact, it’s the same photo I uploaded upon joining Facebook. So my page basically looks like I’m M.I.A., but not just because of my profile picture. I also never post anything on my timeline, and the only pics of me are... show more
    I rarely use Facebook, thus my profile photo that I haven’t updated in 10 years. Matter of fact, it’s the same photo I uploaded upon joining Facebook. So my page basically looks like I’m M.I.A., but not just because of my profile picture. I also never post anything on my timeline, and the only pics of me are “tagged,” not actual photos I posted. When I wished a friend of mine from high school a Happy Birthday, I noticed that I was the only one whose post he didn’t “like.” Literally everyone else who posted Happy Birthday on his timeline got a “like” from him. Is that because he assumes I won’t even notice he “liked” my post because i’m rarely on Facebook?
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • My parents wont let me do online school?

    Best answer: I am inclined to see your parents' point of view. School is about much more than book learning. It is also about learning how to cope out there in the world, mixing with people, resolving conflicts, learning social skills and facing our concerns. Facing our fears is the only way to get rid of them and the worst... show more
    Best answer: I am inclined to see your parents' point of view.
    School is about much more than book learning. It is also about learning how to cope out there in the world, mixing with people, resolving conflicts, learning social skills and facing our concerns. Facing our fears is the only way to get rid of them and the worst thing you can do for depression is to hide yourself away.

    The job of parents is similar to the job of school: to help you to become a mature person who is equipped to live an independent life. The worst thing your parents could do is to indulge your wish for home schooling. That will act AGAINST you ever becoming an independent adult. They are saying 'no' because they DO care.

    Part of maturing involves making ourselves do things even if we don't want to. The more mature you show you are, the more seriously your opinions will be taken.

    I do understand where you are coming from because I felt the same way about school. As result I blew it and wasted my education. It was only later I realised that school is the ONE bet shot you will ever get to set yourself up for life. My strong suggestion is to face your fears, work really hard at your studies and don't give your depression any space to make itself felt. I got it wrong and spent the next 20+ years of life trying to make up for it. Please do not make the same mistakes as me.
    8 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Should I go back to school?

    I’m in 10th grade rightnow and I have been homeschooled for 4 years, and I love it but I feel that I have missed out on a lot of things, what should I do?
    I’m in 10th grade rightnow and I have been homeschooled for 4 years, and I love it but I feel that I have missed out on a lot of things, what should I do?
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago