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How To Finish A Public School At Home?

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I am home schooled;and I am going to high school next year, and I wanted to know how can I finish a public school at home? I know that I would have to go to school to take state exams and stuff like that, but I wanted to know how do I go about doing that? I am not looking for a online home school, I want to go to a public school but at home, and I would like turn in my work every week or however that works. Please help. 😀 😀 😀

1 comment to How To Finish A Public School At Home?

  • KTC

    Hi–the first thing you need to do is find out your state laws. In Michigan, where we live, you can do high school at home (homeschool). We are. There are plenty of websites that give instruction (go to math.com for lessons in Algebra or Geometry).
    If you type in your state and homeschool, you will find a group in your state to answer your questions. If that doesn’t help, post your state or send it to me and I will look it up for you. You can also go to your state government’s website (consider this part of your social studies or civics or political science). Once you are in state government (here it is Michigan.gov) , go to education department and look up homeschool. If all else fails, send Education Dept an email. They work for your parents’ tax money and can answer you. 🙂
    Also, if you plan to go to college, you can look at colleges and see their requirements. All of the ones I’ve looked at don’t say diploma. They say ACT or SAT exam. If you don’t plan to go (and plan on other training for a job) you can always take a GED test when you are ready.
    Good luck! I hope this helps.We’ve been homeschooling for 5 years and I taught for 30 🙂

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