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For those who want to escape the shitty high schools

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For those who want to escape the shitty high schools

Post by gmm567 » August 20th, 2009, 1:58 am

and for those who want their kids to escape them.

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Post by Winston » August 21st, 2009, 9:28 pm

Is that like a homeschooling program?

Thanks but I don't think anyone here is in high school, at least not anyone posting here. The disclaimer at the top of the forum in red says you have to be 18 or over to be here anyway. lol

I was homeschooled for a few months back in the late 80's. Back then it was boring as hell. After the teacher left, I was all alone in the house while my parents were at work, with nothing to do but listen to the silence. If I turned on the TV, all I would see were soap operas, which looked scary to you when you're not an adult yet. There was no internet back then. And I had no car to drive anywhere. Today though, it wouldn't be as bad, cause I always have stuff to do at home.

When you're school age though, it feels like there's something missing when you're not in school. My perspective was so different back then.
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