Posts about Homeschooling
This specifically comes from an experience I had with a friends brother in law.
He is in 5th grade and has the educational level of a 2nd grader. I asked my own parents about it and they said it's how most homeschooled kids end up
tldr: seeing my friends graduate public school hurts. advice?
I was in a public school up until year 10. At the peak of covid my mental health really started declining and I knew I wouldn’t survive school so I began homeschooling. It completely changed my view of school itself and I started loving life again. But now I’m at the end of year 11 and seeing all my friends having fun in their classes and talking about how they’re almost finished honestly makes me really regret leaving. It’s not possible to go back at this point and the thought of missing out on year 12 jackets, muck up week, fundraisers and prom makes me sad. I know that homeschooling was the best option at the time but it doesn’t make me feel like I’m missing out any less. Does anyone else have regrets over leaving public school? How do you deal with it?
I want to homeschool my future children for many other reasons such as helping them focus on their interest, spending more time with them, and etc. But I also want to homeschool my children to keep them from being indoctrinated by world and peer pressured to believe what the world believes and does.
I'm will still have my children be in clubs, sports, youth organization, and homeschool groupings, but I feel like public school may do them more harm than good according to research.
Does anyone have any experience?