View Poll Results: How long have you been homeschooling now?

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  • Newbie here! Less than one year!

    19 5.38%
  • Between 1-3 years

    70 19.83%
  • Between 4-6 years

    94 26.63%
  • Over 6 years

    132 37.39%
  • Homeschool alumnus here! All homeschoolers graduated.

    16 4.53%
  • Not currently homeschooling

    22 6.23%
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  1. #121

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    I’m only two years late in replying but yes we are still making an attempt to homeschool.

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  3. #122

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    We're in our third year.

    I remember how hard it was the first year, especially the loneliness and feeling like everybody disapproved of what I was doing. And the loneliness of DS not having recess with friends anymore. And missing them bells to tell him what to do, when to start and when to get off....

    But now we are loving our freedom and all the things we learn, myself included. So glad we got off the crazy train! Woo-hoo!
    Homeschooling an only, DS9

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    It says I already voted...I dont remember LOL and I am way too lazy to look for my vote or reply. We are in our 6th year of homeschooling. I thought it would only be for elementary, but it went so well we just kept right on going! Its been awesome!
    Bobo 13 yrs old - marches to the beat of her own drum, driven, out going and loud, yet she loves nature
    Booger Boy 21 yrs old - quiet, self assured, confident and laying his own path

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  5. #124

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    My wife and I have been homeschooling since 2003, so....*carry the one*....16 years! Graduated our oldest DS 3 years ago and he just completed out of Job Corps last week and has a job helping someone sell refurbished computers on eBay. Our DD is 9th grade and our youngest DS is 6th grade; yeah, we have a ways to go and loving every minute of it!
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