I got something in the mail and was wondering if it is a "legitimate" thing to join or not, or with your vast experience if you know anything about it. It's called "The National Society of High School Scholars" and they want us to "join it". Further down on the form it talks about "graduation honor cord, medallion, and such. So why would a homeschooler need all that? THANKS for any advice you can give me.
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