I am living in South Carolina, for now, also. I have to say that I don't think that education is going to be better for you in public school. If SC isn't in dead last place for the school listings, then it's in the second to last place, but not for long. I've been homeschooling my two children for 4 years and they are doing extremely well. I agree with all those who said it's what you make of it. The nice thing about homeschooling is if you get really interested in a subject, you can study it as much as you want. If your Mom is serious about homeschooling you, she needs to check with SCHEA and find out what the laws are and what her choice is. There are also MANY sources that can help you out. She is more than welcome to contact me for links and information, if your serious. I would also highly recommend The Thomas Jefferson approach to homeschooling, or classical homeschooling. It's a way to put your education into your own hands. There is no better way to educate than that. I've listed a few links below to help you out. Good luck!
f**k yea u get to watch tv and eat while ur parents are teaching u the square root of p
i would totally see if you can get back into a school dude, i heard people go crazy, but it depends......
Normally I don't go for home schooling, but since your private high school didn't teach you the correct way to spell easier, I'd say give your mom a shot.
i'm curious as to what prank u pulled that got u kicked out of ur private school. as far as being taught at home its prolly gonna be the same. if u do better one on one that's a good thing. at least u wont have to get up to early for school unless ur mom makes u still get up. good luck
Homeschooling is what you make of it. If you want the one-on-one and feel you'll do better at home and if you are willing to seek out activities to do instead of just sitting around at home all the time, go for it.
The next step would be to decide how you want to homeschool and what your mother is willing to do--do you want some sort of accredited online program? Just do your own thing? Check into some local/regional homeschooling support groups to find out about people's experiences where you live.
Is it harder? Easier? That all depends on what you do and what you are willing to put in.
Go to public school w/ your friend! I'm serious. Grades aren't the most important thing in life! You should go to public school because you'll meet alot of cool new people - theres not as much rules as in a private school, maybe you'll meet a girl, and it's just wayyy funner! Well at least mine is. I've always gone to public schools and I've had fun all my life. IDK private schools just seem too stuck up lol.
It will depend on you. There are many variables to making something work.
The first responsibility is your's. You must be willing to work; willing to study and willing to do whatever it takes to succeed.
Diligence and honesty will play a huge roll in your progress.
You will definitely "reap what you sow". If you sow good things you will gain good things!
For starters begin your day with a focus on math. Master each concept as it comes to you. Don't rush through any lesson to "just get done". Take your time and make your work matter. Once you know all there is to know about one thing then move on to the next.
Write with a goal of coherency and forcefulness. Make your writing worthwhile and meaningful to your readers. Get your point across everytime you write down your thoughts. Take time to write a full page or more every single day. Have your mom check it for grammar and spelling -- then rewrite it to make it perfect.
Read for understanding. Read, read, and read. Get your nose into the best of all books. Read autobiographies of famous people in history -- read the diaries of George Washington to learn about the American Revolution. Read the writings of inventors and scientists. Read the classics. Keep your mind strong and ready to learn by practicing all the elements of education every day.
You can do it!
Dude, homeschooling sucks.
Mmk, I was homeschooled for the last two years of high school. I loved it.
Really, homeschooling is what you make of it. It can be harder. But you also get to work at your own pace.
I would recommend distance education.
If you have any questions about homeschooling or curriculum, feel free to e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
My friend is home schooled and she loves it - a home tutor visits her house every monday and teaches her English and Maths then she gets the rest of the week off. She dosen't have to do any tests or SATs and she dosen't even have to learn science!
If you do better with one on one attention, my guess is that being taught at home would be easier for you.
Do lots of research online concerning laws in S.C. and home schooling in general.
There is a wealth of information online.
Have you checked with your college of choice? What are their requirements?
North Carolina community colleges offer dual enrollments and many 16 year old home school students take advantage of those classes. Several of our home school friends have graduated early and took classes at community college before transferring to their college of choice.
Home schooling is kind of good and kind of not.
Good- You can go and leave school when ever you please.
Not Good- Any Friends?
HomeSchooling Is it good? To be or not to be that is the question, homeschooling is just like any other school, in fact, often time the students learn more simply because it's a less stressful environment, outside influences no longer exists on a daily basis in order to compete with your peers, if your approach is nonchalant typically how you handle situations or address certain issues regarding life that isn't age appropriateness, then things that make you go hmmmmmmm!
Furthermore, homeschool is similar to pursing an online education, must have the initiative to be a self starter, bottom line a go getter, in which no higher institute of learning can promote this skill, that's something inside that has to be innate also keep in mind that your environment can reflect your outlook on life, Moreover, if other mental issues are a factor in your behavior then homeschooling might not fit your descriptions and should seek outside professional assistance.
In fact, homeschooled children, are just as knowledgeable, college bound, and lead rewarding lives, in which, the traditional students going to a matyr building.
However, considering if your grade reflects a 4.0 gpa, you really should not have a problem with homeschooling, and this may be the opportunity for you to reflect on self, and develop your hobbies of interest. One of the biggest miscnceptions is the difference between emotional and intellecutual intelligence, i.e. you seem very intelligent based on the information provided regarding your academic success, however, due to your inappropriate behavior seems like your lack emotional intelligence, and haven
t devolped yet to your full potential. Since America's schools has beefed up their security, especially in this day and age in public schools if you sneeze wrong, you might be exspelled from school.
In short, failure to recognize your full potential is the key to soul survivor, what is the exact source of your inappropriate behavior, kids do dumb things because they haven't yet devolped emotional intelligence, and it does exist, however, the good part is that you are resilent, and although your past is the key to your future, at this point you are still in control to take charge of your life to sustain a healthy lifestyle. Also, be selectiveof the information you receive via the web because initially you never expressed the severity of your actions regarding the public school, and the offense that occurred, so by all means you are conscious of your actions, so just live and learn!
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