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4th grade home school

Jena — Jan 26, 2018 11:50PM CST

im looking to home school my daughter shes been having learning issues in the elementary school shes attending so we are in search of a home school for her if you can help please let me know thank you greatly.

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Tammy Moore - Jan 27, 2018 01:18PM CST Best Answer

Our FAQ article at—-how-do-i-enroll-in-homeschooling-- will be just what you need.

Welcome to the wonderful world of homeschooling. When I first started 24 or so years ago, I found a family that let me sit in with them for a day of their homeschooling. About a year later, I was curious about a specific curriculum, so I again was welcomed into a family’s homeschool day. There wasn’t an internet back then, at least not one I could access, and homeschooling was very novel as of yet. Even though now there are lots of ways to research and explore what it is like, I still recommend asking a few local families to let them see how it works for a day.

Connect up with homeschooling groups online as well and ask for recommendations for curriculum both that you can teach yourself and online course options. That may be how you found out about our program, so you may have already dipped your toes in the water for this piece of advice.

Now, specific to our program, because it is all-volunteer and the volunteers pick what they want to teach, we might not have all of the courses you will need for a full grade level. However, what we do have is tuition-free which can help out the budget as you start deciding the mix of materials you want to use. Also, note that the live online classes tend to enroll at specific points in the year )Augusts 1st is the biggest seating event day) while the at your own pace (AYOPs) seat year-round. Just look for the full-color A or L in the course description graphics to know what type of class it is.

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