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    Thumbs up Little WOOT!

    So, Orion did his entrance testing at the community college today. And he tested out of all remedial math and english and qualified for pre-calc. Which I was hoping for, but not 100% confident - so woot! He and I high-fived each other - we did it! We homeschooled him to high school graduate skill levels!
    Cara, homeschooling one
    Raven, ds 10, all around intense kid
    Orion, floundering recent graduate
    22 yo dd, not at home
    Inactive blog at longsummer

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    Way to go! That must feel good.
    Homeschooling father of my 11 year old daughter.
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    Way to go!!!

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    Not "little woot," BIG Woot!

    Great job, both of you!
    Mother of two monkeys...daughter age 10 and son age 11.5.

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    Congrats to you both!!!
    Mama to one son (12)

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    Well done!
    JenRay
    Mommy to C1 (DD - 05/07) and C2 (DS - 11/09)
    So far so good!

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    Excellent news, Cara!! You and Orion must both be so proud!!

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    GRADUATION, SUMMER 2015!
    NOW ON TO COLLEGE, 2015/2016 SCHOOL YEAR

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    Great Job!

    For both of you!
    ~*~*Marta, mom to 5 boys.
    DS 1 ( 19, has his associates' degree and is off to college)
    DS 2 (17 and dual enrollment in college)
    Keegan (15 and enrolled in a PPP but still has home classes)
    Sully (10 years, 4th grade)
    Finn, (9 years, 3rd grade)

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    Congratulations both of you!
    homeschooling one DS, age 13.

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    ::PARTY:: So happy for him and you!
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    Sarah B., Oklahoma

    "By three methods we may learn wisdom: first, by reflection, which is noblest; second, by imitation, which is easiest; and third, by experience, which is the bitterest." - Confucius

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    Less-than-Zenlike mother of:
    M1 - The Boy, age 11, home since 2009 - loves science, swimming, and folk music
    M2 - The Girl, age 9, home since 2012 - loves anatomy, the arts, and her violin

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