If you are serious about getting your diploma, then it is time to get serious and start studying. If you are close to flunking out, homeschooling will not be any easier.
Where I live there is no homeschooling agency that gives out diplomas.
you need to talk to your friend and find out what she did, and check out www.hslda.org to find out how homeschooling works in your state.
i guess about 1000
Well, it can be anywhere between no cost to the thousands of dollars. Considering you're already a senior the maximum would probably just be a couple hundred at the maximum. Most homeschooling agencies will not accept more than 16 credits. You must keep that in mind. If you have more credits than that, it would probably just be better to wait.
Or, in some states, the high school you go to will provide homeschooling curriculum. My sister did this in Illinois. If your state allows it, that would probably be the best route to go.
If you don't have more than 16 credits, I would recommend Penn Foster or the American School of Correspondence. Both of these are accredited programs.
I went through the American School of Correspondence for my last two years of high school and graduated within less than a year (about a normal p.s. school year). If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact me at email@example.com
I personally think you should go straight to college. "Waiting a year" or so may seem like a grande idea, but usually, you forget what you learned in high school pretty quickly, the money is easier to come by in the form of grants/scholorships immediately after high school, and once you get busy with the day to day aspects of life, finding money/time/energy for college becomes more and more difficult.
I wouldn't keep in mind the idea of being paid $20.00 an hour in an office. Things change. And you'll want to check your sources on that price. I've worked in offices in several different cities and states, as different non-collegiate (is that a word?) office jobs, and have never made more than $11.00 an hour at them. The $20.00 an hour jobs are usually reserved for people who at least have some college, or who have seniority.
As far as homeschooling, I don't see a problem with it. But if you're wanting to go to college, you need to study and actually LEARN, not cram and pass.
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