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1.  It's not boring as all get out.

I spent the first 5 and a half years of my Education in public schools. There were, of course, times when I enjoyed Learning things and talking to my friends. On the flip side, though, there were long stretches of monotony and boredom. And that was just grade School! I can't even imagine what it would have gotten like in middle and high school. I vaguely remember a class I took in 6th grade before I began to be homeschooled. "Conflict resolution" they called it. It was an entire class we had to sit through for 50 minutes a day on how not to get in a fight. Instead of teaching us something useful like Math, history or Science, we had to sit and Learn that getting in a fistfight wasn't good for anybody.

I think it goes without saying that homeschooling was far more interesting. I was either doing something and learning, or I was enjoying my free time. I never had to sit through extended periods of monotonous lectures or stare at a chalkboard while a Teacher catered to the slowest student in the classroom. I was able to learn at my own pace and enjoy it.

2.  No one gives you wedgies.

Unless, of course, you have an older sibling and then you might get more wedgies than you can handle. One of the fantastic things about being homeschooled is that there is no awkward social structure that you have to fit yourself into. Unless you live in a very complicated Family, there are no bullies, no drug addicts and so forth.

Again, the advantage is more than what you don't have to deal with, but also in what you do get. Being homeschooled enabled me to develop much stronger relationships with my parents and my siblings, and I did find a variety of friends through our Homeschool group and church and so forth. I found that when I got to College I was able to comfortably communicate with everyone from the older students (some who were even grandparents, coming back for their education) to the younger students and even the professors and staff. None of these people ever gave me a wedgy.

3.  Odds are your teacher will probably like you.

I didn't personally ever have issues with a teacher that didn't seem to like me or treat me well, but I do know that those experiences are out there. The odds increase, I think, as you get into high school that you might run into a teacher that you either don't like or who doesn't like you for some reason. I wouldn't say that it's anything personal, just sometimes there are personality clashes.

On the other hand, I think you benefit from homeschooling because you're able to develop a much deeper relationship with your parents. Instead of coming home from school and simply telling them what you did (if you can even remember all the details) you live it with them.

Timothy Eller

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Comment by Timothy Eller on April 10, 2015 at 6:31pm

I believe its great if you have the resources available.Thanks as always for the comments Terri and Merle!

Comment by Merle Gibbins on March 29, 2015 at 3:52am
Great post Timothy. One of my daughters tried home schooling her two youngest for a while as they were being bullied at school but she found she never got any time to herself so eventually put them back into a different school. She was a single parent so could understand how she felt but if it works for some it is a great idea.
Comment by Terri Pattio on March 28, 2015 at 7:11pm

Great information on homeschooling Tim. It sounds like you were happy with being at home for school. I believe it is a plus for our children today. Shared via Syndication Automation and the SE page on Google.

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