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PostPosted: Tue Mar 14, 2006 2:47 pm 
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I live in Richland...Tri-Cities. I'm actually going to school at UCA right now.

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hey yall im homeschooled too... :D have been my whole life
dont really like it though....would rather go fulltime cause i like hangong out with freind....so ya not really my thing...

but i guess its great if u do like it.....ur probobly better off in someways too..

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I still have lots of socal interaction. There was a point that I didn't like it but not anymore! :o

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I live in Richland...Tri-Cities. I'm actually going to school at UCA right now.


SWEET!!! :D i know some pples that go there.....i think ive heard of u.. :smt102 lol just recognize the name...
so ur going to tma?? 8)


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I still have lots of socal interaction. There was a point that I didn't like it but not anymore!


ya but i dont... :( it probobly wouldent be so bad if i did....
even then i dont think i would like it...

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Yep...TMA here I come!!!!! So excited!!!!!!!

I think home-schooling last year was ok but not the best situation for me. Social interaction was at an all time low for me. Maybe Tri-Cities just isn't the place for me to home-school and have a social life!!!

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right on!!! :mrgreen: i hope its as fun as it was last year!!! were u there last year??

lol ya im to social for it...and we live way out in the country, so u like never get see anyone sept ur family.... :cry: so ya...not saying my family is horrible ro anything just kinda nice to see others besides family lol....ya im goin full time next year....YAY!!~! :mrgreen:

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#1 Music Freak wrote:
...not saying my family is horrible or anything just kinda nice to see others besides family lol...


Yeah I know what you mean. That's one reason why I love Pathfinders so much, it is one of my main social interaction times!! :D

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ya same here :smt023
theres a lot of little kids in our group, so not a whole lot of time with kids my own age, but on campouts i get that. :D
pluse there are a few my age in our group :mrgreen:

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I love being homeschooled, but I've always had lots of friends because my PE was being on the local swim team.

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I'm homeschooled. I've been homeschooled by my mom since 4th grade, and this next school year I'll be in 9th. I praise God for her patience :lol: I used to use the Alpha Omega (Switched on Schoolhouse) curriculum from 4th grade up to 7th, but this year my mom wanted to try something different. It's an online public school called Arizona Virtual Academy. I have to say, I'm pretty impressed with it. This year for High School I don't know what I'll be doing. Either I'll be doing the same thing, but instead of having my mom as my teacher, I'll have a real teacher and a virtual classroom of students to sign into everyday. Or I'll be going back to my church's school for Highschool. I miss seeing my friends everyday, so I'm hoping that's what I'll be doing for school. But I have to say, I'm allitle nervouse about going into Highschool. It's a big thing :shock:

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Yes, I am currently a home schooled pathfinder but in the fall I'll be going to a private school. So that will probably meen no more home schooling for me.


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I used to use the Alpha Omega (Switched on Schoolhouse) curriculum


I used Alpha Omega for Spanish 1. This last year and currently I'm teaching piano lessons to a boy and his mom is tutoring me in spanish it's a lot more fun. :roll3:


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Yes, I am currently a home schooled pathfinder.


Welcome to the Pathfinder forum Andriana!! :|> I didn't even know you were home schooled. :S This is a fun place, at the moment it is kinda unactive though...

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[quote="JoshJLowe"] I used to use the Alpha Omega (Switched on Schoolhouse) curriculum from 4th grade up to 7th [quote]

I'm changeing from that program this year to, I just can't get my school done on there.

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Andriana wrote:
Yes, I am currently a home schooled pathfinder but in the fall I'll be going to a private school. So that will probably meen no more home schooling for me.


Hi Ana! Welcome to the forum!! :-) It was fun seeing you at camp.

Right now, I am still finishing up my school for the past year. It seems to be going quite slow! :?

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I am homeschooled (I'm a sophomore). I like it because I have time to hold down a job to save up for a car and college and stuff. (and I can do pathfinder stuff too:-)

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I am homeschooled (I'm a sophomore). I like it because I have time to hold down a job to save up for a car and college and stuff. (and I can do pathfinder stuff too:-)


I agree, that's one reason I chose not to go to school for high school - Pathfinders would get cut out of my schedule! And that would NOT be good. :wink: :P

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I've been homeschooled all my life.

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Awesome, we are getting a lot of home schooled pathfinders on here.

I also home schooled all my life. I guess, now that I'm in Community College I've moved on. Right now it is just online courses so I'm still technically home schooled. :) I'm also finishing up a few more advanced courses I started in home schooling.

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I was going to go to Academy but I don't think I'm ready

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I only experienced homeschool for half a year (half of 5th grade). I actually think that is was nice, but my parents don't really have time to see me through all of that stuff, so we have stuck with adventist schools. Oh ya, i also have done a few correspondence courses for academy credit if that counts.

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We were going to move to a place where they had an adventist school, but then we didn't.

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i'm homeschooled.

its best to be homeschooled i think with pathfinderz cuz you can do more stuff without have to go to school with a school slip and all that. but then if you go tto a school then more kids are likely to come. : D

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i'm homeschooled.

its best to be homeschooled i think with pathfinderz cuz you can do more stuff without have to go to school with a school slip and all that. but then if you go tto a school then more kids are likely to come. : D


plus not to mention that if you are homeschooled, you get done faster and can play a lot more!

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unles you procrastinate.

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hi! i'm a home schooled Pathfinder and currently enjoying it. it gives you so much more freedom and usually i'm done my school before anyone else is out and i have no HOMEWORK! it's awesome.


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Greetings,

I don't usually write on this board (since I'm not a teen and wish to preserve your "teen space") but....

When I was a homeschooled Pathfinder I took the opportunity to earn 42 honors in one school year (since I had no homework, and was usually done by noon or so). Are you up to the challenge of expanding your knowledge?

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