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  1. gorhum
    06-06-2010 06:56 PM - permalink
    gorhum
    Hi, I homeschooled one daughter 8th -12th and the second one PK-12th. There were very social, in 4-H, etc., excellent students who where very successful in college at major universities. What state do you live in? Texas has many co-ops and one day schools for extra classes, classes you feel you need help covering and physical activities and team competition. We ended up doing it because I was a teacher and the local districts discipline was horrible and test scores even worse. It seems it is profitable to be poor achieving school. The second one had a immune system illnesses and so it was best for her health and of course better educationally. One participated on the international level in written essays and presentations at the World Food Prize for 2 years.

    Good luck,
    Nora Gorhum

    Oh, when I find out which state I will help you find out coop info in you area.

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