Be nice to homeschoolers

October 24th, 2014 | by Christie

Imagine if you could travel through time back to the dark ages. Most people 
were illiterate then (only priests were educated enough to read), and those 
who could read a book as we do would have to be extremely privileged …

First day back to school

October 24th, 2014 | by Christie

An essay by Abigail Stephens

I do not think will be a good year at school. I got Mrs. Cristens again. She teaches my Math class and Science class…And oh, would you believe it? She teaches my Art, English, History, …

My classes encompass the world

October 24th, 2014 | by Christie

Today, my calculus class was held on a hammock.

My whole class could fit on the hammock because in my school, the classes are very small–only one student in each: me. Incidentally, I also teach most of my classes. And …

Homeschooling Education – Good or bad?

October 24th, 2014 | by Christie

If you are of the homeschooled persuasion, you have probably, on occasion, had a strong desire to throttle a public schooler. This was probably not due to any violent tendencies inherent to homeschoolers, but rather due to the intense frustration …

College for homeschoolers?

October 23rd, 2014 | by Christie

Perhaps one of the more complicated exercises in homeschooling is that of gaining admittance to college.  While the process of actually sending in a college application is relatively simple, one seems to be expected to begin planning to submit college …

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