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I've only met one home-schooled kid. She was super sweet, and all the stories about home schooling kept me fascinated for hours. So, try talking to some kids!
by basketballcutie11 on 9/3/2011 8:27:23 AM
I've been homeschooled since 5th grade (in 8th) and it ain't that bad. I'm actually ahead in my classes and will be able to graduate a yr early cause of it. The only reason my mom took me and my bro out is cause the education were I live is horrible. I hate it when people think heschooled kids are sheltered and all cause that is such a lie. I've only met a few really sheltered kids since I've been homeschoolin. I still hang out with my old friends from my school and my other ones and I'm pretty well socialized.
by deedles1621 on 9/3/2011 1:33:51 AM
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