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06-26-2014, 01:51 PM
Does anyone have any experience with Harari?

Who Are We?

Harari College Worldwide is the word’s first secondary high school. We accept students from all over the world: homeschooled students, students who feel not challenged enough in their “day-schools”, international students who wish to get into the most luxurious colleges. Each student with his own story. By offering a rigorous, active, research-oriented, global, collegiate, obstacles-free environment that specialises in humanities, we allow each student to pursue his interests and ambitions until this very end.


06-26-2014, 03:13 PM
My goodness - I have just looked at their website - I cannot believe I've not heard of this before!

I also accidentally clicked on the online chat session thingo and chatted with someone there. Definitely no cost to families to join up, although there is a placement test which I guess most homeschooled kids would have to do. I *did* find out kids have to do 3+ subjects per semester, so there isn't an option of just doing one or two (which what came to mind for me as we're still trying to find an English program).

I'd certainly be interested to hear reviews of this.


06-26-2014, 04:07 PM
I applied for Caroline (my youngest). She is the most suited for it and she is very excited about the thought of it.
I found it when I was looking for something to do with her for Chinese. She went to a Chinese school once/week for several years, an immersion camp and then, last year, she started Live Mocha. She finished all of the Chinese lessons they had. :p
"But, that's ok mom! I still have some left in German and French!" LOL

06-26-2014, 04:21 PM
It looks fascinating! It's not suited for my STEM kiddo, but oh, how I wish something like this had been available when I was a kid! Of course, when I was a kid computers weren't around either...

Little Brownelf
07-20-2017, 04:58 PM
Bumping. Teri, (or anyone else) do you have updates? How did it go?

07-20-2017, 08:30 PM
I know Jill, of SEA Homeschoolers and the TADtown blog, used it and they really had a good experience (both her kids are headed to good universities this year, I think) but I just glanced at her blog and it doesn't seem like she wrote much about Harari specifically.