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A look back

Wow, we have talked about homeschooling A LOT. Through my writing, I hope you have come away with three things: 1. Don’t judge people on their appearances. Seriously people, even if someone looks “nerdy,” does not mean that he is … Continue reading

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Missing out

Today was a great day because my article made the front page of my college’s newspaper. I was walking on air today. I felt famous, accomplished, on top of the world. Then I realized why I was so excited: I … Continue reading

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What’s wrong with my comfort zone?

As a homeschooler, I often have trouble stepping out of my comfort zone. Growing up with my siblings, parents, and best friends (who were also homeschooled) around me was very comfortable. Throughout high school, I was convinced that I was … Continue reading

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How do you define homeschooling?

Obviously, if you’re homeschooled, it means your parents (usually your mom) teach you at home. Right? But wait, there are quite a few ways to go about this. Looking back at my schooling experience, I would like to say I … Continue reading

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Words (and stories)

I have always loved words.  I love to write them.  I love to analyze them.  But mostly, I love to read them.  I love words because they tell stories.  So here’s mine. Before I started school, my parents decided to … Continue reading

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I was Homeschooled, and I survived

When I was little, and people would ask me what school I went to, I always shuddered. Why? Because I was homeschooled from first grade through my sophomore year of high school. I didn’t shudder because I hated being homeschooled; … Continue reading

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