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Recent Homeschool Graduate Discusses Community College

Recent Homeschool Graduate Discusses Community College
I have written extensively about community college, and how it can be a "Rated R" environment.  I'm the first to admit that my opinion is a little uncommon, and that many homeschooler have great success with dual enrollment community college.  I express concerns that community college may include some inappropriate content, perhaps including sexual or profane language from teachers, students, or curriculum.  It may include crude behavior by other students, or presentation of values that may...
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Guest — Jessica
Thank you for your article, it has been helpful to me in deciding whether I should allow my 13yr son to begin CC next year. I'm ac... Read More
Wednesday, 17 February 2016 05:18
Guest — Assistant to The HomeScholar
Dear Jessica, I hope Elizabeth sees your comment, but it's been three years since this article was posted, so she may not. Lee wro... Read More
Wednesday, 17 February 2016 21:08
Guest — Rebecca E.
I was not homeschooled, but I do now homeschool my children. I attended an elite women's liberal arts school on the East Coast, a... Read More
Monday, 22 July 2013 17:01
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Homeschoolers Grow Up!

Homeschoolers Grow Up!
Guess what?  One day they grow up and graduate from homeschooling!  I'm not kidding - it's true!  Here is Michelle's story. Hi Lee,Thanks so much for your enthusiasm and everything you do to support homeschoolers and promote homeschooling through high school. I will briefly share my experience in case you want to blog about it - hopefully it will encourage others.We started our homeschooling journey when our boys were 5 & 7. David was just coming...
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Guest — Jeri
Well Done Michelle! Thank you for sharing your success. I applaud your choice to home school your sons. You gave your children t... Read More
Friday, 16 January 2015 11:09
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