Walter Jeffries wrote:You don't have to go to public high school to get into the hard sciences. Colleges have come to recognize that homeschooled kids are typically far better than public school and want the homeschoolers. We do hard core research here on our farm all the time including genetics, mathematics, physics, engineering, biology and a lot more. Go for it.
Alison Freeth-Thomas wrote: We're on a farm too and they amaze (and shock!!) their relatives/friends with the things they know, especially about reproduction! They are just so matter-of-fact about things that it makes me laugh.
Tim Southwell wrote:Tell me more about the consignment shop, what made you open it and how did it benefit your own HS efforts?
Sage Boyd wrote:Is this a safe place for homeschooling discussion? Or, is it a place to mock and judge people for what they believe/teach? For me, Mocking and judging happen well enough outside our home (and especially in public schools) which is one of our many reasons for choosing the route of homeschooling. I hope that's not the case here, since I really like finding new sources for tools and learning resources, as well as sharing the many i find to be useful.
Burra Maluca wrote: I want to point out that the only real rule here is 'be nice'. Any post that doesn't fit with the 'be nice' policy is likely to get itself deleted. There is no place here for mocking, judging, making sweeping statements about 'truth' or 'facts', or belittling anyone else's belief systems. This is not the right forum for discussing politics or religion, but I'll do whatever I can to ensure that this a safe place for discussing homeschooling.
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