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homeschooling Vs private schooling Vs public schooling

Posted Oct 13, '12 at 9:16pm

TheMostManlyMan

TheMostManlyMan

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That would probably be something fun to do because you get to see more people and grow up with them which often creates strong bonds for later in life.

You have no idea bro. And homeschoolers (at least the ones I know)  all seem to have the same, weird and twisted sense of humor

 

Posted Oct 14, '12 at 2:11pm

jeol

jeol

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You have no idea bro. And homeschoolers (at least the ones I know)  all seem to have the same, weird and twisted sense of humor

Depends on what group you're with. There are a few in my area that are kind of like that. The one I'm in is much less of the 'we're doing this because we have to socialize or for better education' and more of everyone being friends with everyone else, with education as a bonus. There are a quite a few 'hipsters' in the group who tend to be more popular than everyone else and don't quite have that weird sense of humor (which actually works out that everyone is practically a hipster anyways, and don't really care if you talk to them or not). The fact that the teachers are friendly and interact with the students apart from the actual classes probably helps too.

 

Posted Nov 23, '12 at 1:52pm

TheMostManlyMan

TheMostManlyMan

3,583 posts

Well one thing about homeschooling is that not only is it not unheard of, but it's also rather common for a someone to be still in school (not graduated or anything) and be in college. One of my friends recently finished a year of college and he's only 16.

 

Posted Nov 23, '12 at 3:36pm

indianajones1

indianajones1

68 posts

Public schools,cause I am in a public school.

 

Posted Nov 24, '12 at 1:11am

idigit

idigit

259 posts

I've been in two private schools and one public.

PRIVATE SCHOOLS SUCK!! THE PEOPLE, EDUCATION, AND TEACHERS!! HORRIBLE

Public schools are amazing. i am in a SOPHOMORE math class as an 8th grader!

 

Posted Nov 24, '12 at 8:34am

bigjacob

bigjacob

457 posts

Public schools. There we can DO stuff, field trips, class projects, and even the general school experience is nice, the work isn't completely hard.

 

Posted Nov 24, '12 at 1:11pm

sethern

sethern

2 posts

I'm home-schooled so I prefer that, but its the same as regular school, don't do the work you don't get smart. So in ways its easier and harder than public school. Easier because everything is right here and more 1 on 1 time with the teacher if your not online though. It's harder because its easier to slack off and not learn anything.

 

Posted Nov 24, '12 at 1:27pm

sethern

sethern

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Also with that, I have a lot of homeschoolers in my surrounding area along with friends from public school. So we can do stuff while other people are in school. I also find how it works for me is real good. So I did public school until second semester of eighth grade and then I had some really good friends. Then my family (six kids) all were homeschooled so I decided to join in. I still have all the friends from school and made some new ones from other homeschoolers. Now I take a class or two at the high school while still being homeschooled. Also with my religion we do stuff every week so that also helps with social things. I think with this school stuff it more depends on your mindset and priories. For some people they like the big group setting with a lot of people. Some prefer the smaller but still with a lot of people. And some like just by their selves. I'm not saying that is for each thing because in some public schools you can still only have like 1 set of people in you class and some homeschoolers might have tons of friends. So it depends on what you like.

 

Posted Nov 26, '12 at 11:31pm

Jblaze101

Jblaze101

461 posts

It's just a matter of prefernce to me if your kids need more 1 on 1 attention then private or homeschool but if they can manage fine on thier own public the only reasons i can think of

 
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