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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. #21


    I found this site through Dave (camaro), who lives in the same house as me. LOL

    But he found it on the homeschool freethinker website.
    Carla, mom to Mitchell 9yrs; Matthew 6yrs; Michael 6yrs

    Find me on Facebook or view my Blog

    Close to Chaplin, SK Canada

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    A friend on Facebook recommended SecularHomeschool to me. Glad she did!

  4. #23


    Looking for secular homeschooling materials I believe through Google. I am glad to see our numbers are growing.
    DD going off to college
    DS going off to college
    DD 11 homeschooling and loving it!

  5. #24


    searched on facebook for a secular homeschool group and found you.

  6. #25
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    Jun 2010


    Googled secular homeschooling.

  7. #26
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    Jun 2010

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    A fellow homeschooler mentioned it on our local homeschool yahoogroup. I am glad she did.

    Laura T.

  8. #27


    Well, Topsy, you invited me about a year ago, and being the master procrastinator that I am, I kept putting off joining. You invited me again, and I finally got off my duff and joined
    Living, laughing, and learning in the PacNW. Get a glimpse of our lives at

    Domestic Goddess and Educational Facilitator for our 15 y/o son, who's homeschooling all the way through high school!

  9. #28
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    Jul 2009
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    I've been a member since last summer, but didn't really start using the site until a couple of months ago. IIRC, someone posted about the group in one of the yahoo groups I belong to--probably Well Trained Mind Secular--last summer.
    Currently homeschooling parent to one adolescent:
    JaneG. (13)
    and also mom to
    Jazz (16 - at a fabulous charter school)
    and J.J. (9 - at a small Waldorf-inspired school)
    Learning and living in Massachusetts

    Come visit us at Rockhound Place!

  10. #29


    I got an invite by email, I think someone found my blog where I was talking about looking to homeschool. Since then I have added the button to my blog and if I run across someone online looking for secular homeschool help, I refer them to here.
    The Pagan Mom Blog

    Mom to Alex (5), Claire (8), and Molly (10).

  11. #30


    I saw the thumbnail graphic on another blog .. Serendipity Home School
    Eva Varga - Science educator, science curriculum author, and homeschool mom passionate about family life, traveling, cultural heritage, and staying active.

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