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Name: lm-kirby
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Hi! My husband and I are going back and forth on where to send our son to school. We are not impressed with the public school in our area and there for trying to decide whether or not to send him to a really good christian school or whether I should consider staying at home and homeschooling. If anyone has any feedback would gladly take it. thanks Lisa
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Name: granny | Date: Aug 1st, 2007 1:17 AM
Having home schooled 5 children, I know it is like anything else. You get out of it what you put into it. Also you need to be able to be consistant and you have to like your child, you will be with him 24/7. Other than that, homeschooling allows so much freedom to explore, and instill the love of learning. It was great! My children each took the GED when they were sixteen and all passed within the scholorship range and all but two of them (by personal choice) went to college. 

Name: millersonbroad | Date: Aug 1st, 2007 12:51 PM
To be honest, I don't believe you can find out what a school is like until you are in it! They will always tell you only the best bits. Even if you know people who go there and love it, it will still depend on your child. If you are a praying person, pray about it and trust where you are lead. Nothing is set in stone, and if it doesn't work out, God will still provide. We have had our kids in their first school for 2 years and it looks like it's not working out, but it also looks like we are being lead somewhere else. I am open to homeschooling but am not sure I am meant to do that at this stage. Hope this helps. I think what I am saying is there is no perfect solution, and I believe in keeping an open mind. You do learn good things too, even from less than perfect situations. My kids have learnt a lot this year!
Nicole
hope I didn't offend by mentioning prayer, only mentioned it because you mentioned chritian schools (which, by the way, is where my kids are currently!) lol 

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