How am I gonna be able to finish high school?

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Apr 28, 2008
  1. Sonicslasher
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    Well as some of you know by sometime next year the bank is probably gonna take my house (foreclosure) What some of my not know is that I'm home schooled (you figured it out yet?)
    It is imperative that I finish high school, but how?
     
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    Go to a real school? Its essentially free in Australia, not sure about the US

    Can't your mum do it while you move? All I can think of
     
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    Yea, I thought about that. And as of now it is looking like the only choice. But lemme clarify something, my mom is a complete christ fag that opposes anyone or anything that says the earth is older then 6,000 years old.

    Also, move where?

    oh, forgot to say, I do my school on my PC.
     
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    Well I was homeschooled also. You can be homeschooled and not the computer to do it. I was homeschooled from a privately designed curriculum and text books, I never knew about distance learning until I was in a public school (I'm dual enrolled in a tech center and getting job training as I complete highschool)

    I suggest that you look into getting text books for the grade and subjects you study, make an outline and then keep that in a folder, do the work and contact your county education board and as them to put you in touch with an agent, someone who will look at your work, your report cards (your parents can make and sign them on a basic pc) and write a letter saying you've satisfied the local requirements for that grade. Thats what I do.

    You could also begin preparing for a GED now and just take the test and if you pass then you're done with HS and can move on.

    PM for further details.
    Always nice to meet a fellow homeschooler [​IMG]
     
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    Stupid question: where are you going to live if your house is foreclosed?
     
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    Wondering that myself....
     
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    ...don't all collages require high school?
     
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    I thought all collages required glue ...
     
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    idk
     
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    Get a GED. I'm not sure what the difference would be to your prospective college as to weither you graduated from a Homeschool Highschool or a GED.
    I know acouple people who have GEDs. Some, frankly, can barely write.

    I dare say that if you started studying for the GEDs specifically you could have it in a year or less, assuming your level of homeschooling is decent enough.

    Ps. Your mom is a christfag and you were posting excitedly about having 666 posts? Man, she must not have a good netnanny =x
     
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    I graduated at 15, in my quest to leave home as soon as possible ...
     
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    Well the collage I'm going to is big on home schoolers! But I don't know if I can go there with a GED.....
     

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