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  • Facebook

    78 9.89%
  • Twitter

    6 0.76%
  • Google or other search engine search

    587 74.40%
  • Someone's blog (please list below)

    33 4.18%
  • Word of mouth

    48 6.08%
  • Other (please list below)

    54 6.84%
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  1. #11


    I joined in May..but I wanted to add that I found this group because my friend on Facebook (who also homeschools) led me here. I was having a hard time finding a secular group and she sent me your link.

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    I learned of this site through word of mouth, email actually, and also though googling secular homeschool.

  4. #13


    I think someone linked from the WTM forums.
    son (8), 3rd grade - lots of reading, MCT island level, Singapore Standards 3, My Pals Are Here science, Rosetta Stone Spanish, US History, All About Spelling, Writing with Ease, Typing Instructor for Kids - and far too much XBox

  5. #14


    Yeah, I googled 'secular homeschooling' also.........

  6. #15


    I googled Secular Homeschool- trying to find new curriculum ideas for the coming school year and thankfully stumbled upon this site
    Mom to 11 yr old Lego Maniac son and 5 yr old Self proclaimed Future Rock Star Daughter
    Gearing up for our third year of homeschool

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    Like so many others, I also looked up secular homeschooling on the internet and found you. Glad I did--this is FINALLY a community where I feel comfortable!
    quirky daydreamer, lover of twisted humor, mother of 4 living in northwest Arkansas

  8. #17


    I think I heard about it "word of mouth" from a yahoo group I belong to. It's been so long I don't remember. (Either that or my old age dementia is catching up with me!)

    Homeschooled two kids for 11 years, now trying to pay it forward

    Daughter -- a University of Iowa graduate: BA in English with Creative Writing, BA in Journalism, and a minor in Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies

    Son -- a Purdue University graduate: BS in Computer Science, minor in math, geology, anthropology, and history

  9. #18


    I just simply Google secular homeschooling and this came up!

  10. #19


    it was either WTM or the sonlight forums, can't remember

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    Also linked here from Mental Multivitamin

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