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  • Facebook

    77 9.95%
  • Twitter

    6 0.78%
  • Google or other search engine search

    576 74.42%
  • Someone's blog (please list below)

    33 4.26%
  • Word of mouth

    45 5.81%
  • Other (please list below)

    54 6.98%
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  1. #101


    I googled the phrase secular homeschool in utter desperation to find homeschoolers who were not primarily doing it for religious reasons and (maybe) a wee bit progressive in thinking.

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  4. #103


    I heard about this forum on another forum---like I need to be a member of another forum!!!

  5. #104
    Junior Member Newbie
    Join Date
    Mar 2012


    I was browsing Facebook and saw Friendly Chemistry advertising your upcoming giveaway!

  6. #105


    I remember seeing the SHS button on several blogs before I finally clicked on it.
    I think I just coincidentally found an SHS member as soon as I started researching homeschool.
    5th year homeschooling my one and only ds12 in Bananaland
    and writing about it in my spare time at Luminous Fire - our homeschool journal

  7. #106


    Quote Originally Posted by Holly View Post
    I started homeschooling almost 2 and a half years ago. I am Muslim but I just wanted homeschooling materials that weren't all about religious stuff or Christianity. It almost seemed impossible to find. I found this site a few months ago and forgot where it was and finally found it again this morning
    just like me that's why I came here last night

  8. #107


    I've been searching for a secular homeschooling list/forum, etc. Or at least a homeschooling list/forum where secular isn't a bad word.

    Then a FB friend liked you, I followed her link here, poked my head around and I may have just the tiniest bit of crushes on all you secular homeschoolers here.

  9. #108


    I was searching for a secular science program and found this group through the reviews/questions people have had about secular science
    dd '08, dd'10, upcoming dd 8/14

  10. #109


    I saw a post about it on the special needs homeschooling group on facebook

  11. #110
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    Join Date
    Feb 2012


    I googled "secular homeschooling" after finding out that only "REAL CHRISTIAN CHILDREN" have the Bible memorized, don't have a poster of Justin Beiber and only allowed to watch Veggie Tales until they are 21 y/o!!!!


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