View Poll Results: Weekly Poll: Do you plan to homeschool through high school?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NotYourName View Post
    I was a Boilermaker.
    Dh and I both did our undergrad degree there. Actually, it's the reason ds did NOT want to go there originally, but with in-state tuition, it's hard to find a better deal!
    Carol

    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 senior majoring in Computer Science, minoring in math, geology, anthropology, and history

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    We'll decide when he's in 7th.
    Mama of one DS, class of 2026;
    recovering schoolteacher;
    lifelong bookworm

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    My current little guy is only 4 so it's too soon to say for sure but I'm certainly willing to as long as everyone is still happy with homeschooling by then.

    I homeschooled my older kids through middle school but I would have homeschooled them through high school if they wanted. Long story short, ex-husband wouldn't agree to continue homeschooling after our divorce.

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    We had intended to homeschool through their sophomore years and then let them attend the community college to earn their high school diploma and college credit at the same time. My daughter started expressing a desire to go to school last year. Our school system is really struggling and we aren't willing to put her in there but there is a local Japanese charter program that is very small (88 kids from 4th-12th grades), academically fantastic, and really does a lot through project based and multi-age learning. We applied for both of them for next year (4th grade for my son, 6th grade for my daughter)and neither got in. Based on their positions on the waitlist he will not get in for 1-2 more years and she will not get it for 2-3 more years.

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