View Poll Results: How did you find out about SecularHomeschool.com?

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  • Facebook

    77 10.00%
  • Twitter

    6 0.78%
  • Google or other search engine search

    572 74.29%
  • Someone's blog (please list below)

    33 4.29%
  • Word of mouth

    45 5.84%
  • Other (please list below)

    54 7.01%
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  1. #251

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    Hello! I found this site by chance. I was looking into the homeschool convention when I realized it's was very religious based. I was disappointed, so did a quick search on secular homeschooling and this site popped up. I spent the last week checking out the site before registering tonight.

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  3. #252
    Junior Member Newbie
    Join Date
    Mar 2019
    Location
    GA
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    Hello! I found this site by searching for nonreligious workbooks like "Complete Year weekly learning activites" but for Grade 7 (which doesn't exist I guess) to catch my Grade 7 homeschooler up. Google kept showing me your site until I desided to check you out and I am so happy I did.

  4. #253

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    It started with a concern about Outschool hiring people with a criminal record. I was looking up reviews and this site came up. I was really excited to find it because Im a homeschooler! What a great community!

  5. #254

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    I was looking for a secular curriculum to use that would work with Montessori about 3 years ago. Then we found a Montessori school we liked. Now we are moving again and I feel homeschooling would be more beneficial.

  6. #255
    Junior Member Newbie
    Join Date
    Jul 2019
    Location
    CO
    Posts
    3

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    I was linked here from RockyMountainEducationConnection.com

  7. #256

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    I found you via the Cincinnati homeschooling convention

  8. #257
    Junior Member Newbie Colie's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2019
    Location
    TX
    Posts
    1

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    Googled secular homeschool and this was one of the top sites

  9. #258
    Junior Member Newbie
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    Aug 2019
    Location
    NS
    Posts
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    Google and friend's advice before that

  10. #259

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    I was looking for a group that was not to religious focused as the groups where I am at.

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