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Can I take subjects not available at my local school? How does the scheduling work? Can I choose to work a 4 day week, but not have summer break? Can I choose when to start and when to finish? How does homework work? How does grading work? Any answers to any of the above questions will be very helpful. Thank you in advance for your time, and as the time of this writing is near december 25th, happy holidays to all!
You mentioned a homeschool district. Where might I find contact information for the homeschool district? I do not personally know anyone who is into home-schooling. Also, to clarify, the main reason I want to go into home-schooling is I am very unhappy with the way the school system works.
I dislike the 45 minute class blocks, which cause me to forget whatever I learned in math to dissipate as I desperately try to memorize german word sequences. I do not enjoy doing 6 subjects a day, with another 6 homework assignments later on that day. I would prefer to spend one day on math, one day on science, one day on english. I also hate the way I'm treated as an information bank, expected to absorb and memorize information and then spit it out on a test.
I have difficult parents who want nothing to do with me, and see school as a chance to get rid of me. That is why I need a solid argument when presenting this to my guidance councilor.
If it helps, I'm 15 years old. Are you sure you want to delete this answer? You have awesome questions! Anyone has the right to homeschool in the USA. You don't have to justify it, you don't need to claim any special condition to do it.
In some places like here! In other states, the conditions may be different, so you'll want to be sure you're in compliance with the laws. Generally your parents are the ones who teach you, but it can be done by other relatives or even a neighbor if everyone agrees with the arrangement.
Yes, you can hire a tutor if you wish you'll pay for all homeschooling options out of pocket , and you can teach yourself. There is no definite curriculum, other than "equal to" the one you get at school. So no fair playing beer pong all day. And the states all get to decide what you MUST study.
For us, it's "Science. Right now my kindergarten student just got done with states of matter. My second-grader is learning measuring mass and volume.
Yes, you can plan lessons yourself. If you have a PE requirement, you might be able to fulfill it by doing anything from biking across the state to joining a bowling league, or taking up rock climbing. College is absolutely possible. I just read an article about a homeschooling family getting their 5th kid accepted to Harvard. All the kids taught themselves. If you have a college in mind, look up their website and search for "homeschool," and they'll usually give you a run-down of the application process.
I get more hits for homeschooled students at private colleges than public ones. Yes, you can study whatever you like, most especially stuff you can't get at school.
My kids have worked on real dinosaur fossils and played with liquid nitrogen Look at your laws. Usually they want you to have X hours and days per year.
As long as you get it in, it doesn't matter when. We work all summer, but we take four big breaks during the year. We've done stuff like go to Canada to see Niagara Falls, and to Colorado to experience the mountains. It's even better when you don't have scads of tourists to worry about. We don't have homework, because there are no time constraints, so they don't have to take work HOME.
Sometimes Science lasts for 30 minutes. Sometimes it lasts two hours especially when they find something interesting, like mushrooms growing in the yard, or a box turtle who was wandering through.
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