? about homeschooling groups?
It is very important that every young girl be a Cheerleader.
There are homeschool groups which may offer co-op classes where students are in a classroom type of setting one or more days a week. However, there will, more than likely, be no cliques, most popular students, nerds, etc. Being a cheerleader, homecoming queen, or student body president will not be possible in a homeschool group environment.
Perhaps a private school would be a better situation for your daughter, or if she chooses to forego the interests you mentioned, homeschooling may work out very well for her.
Before I answer your question….the first response to this question was by happy…. and I quote
“Cliques and social circles, teasing, feeling akward are neccessities for all children. it builds charactor. dont rob your child of the same opportunites of learning REAL social interaction. ”
happy you need to reevaluate your life and philosophies if you are serious about that comment. Those things you mention are not necessities for any child, they definitely do not build character and should not be confused by anyone as being anything close to “REAL social interaction.
Now to the question asked. YOU home school your child, not PUT her in a home school.
What possible reason could you have to object to her learning math and science?
Does she have any interest in being a cheerleader, homecoming queen or student body president? Or do you want to recapture your missed opportunities through your daughter?
As far as the virginity issue, I think I would be safe in thinking that with your guidance, losing that valuable gift will, unfortunately, be no problem.
Leave her in school, I think it would be safe to say that as bad as the influences at school may be, having your influence all day might be worse.
Sorry about the tone of this but I have never experienced a parent who doesn’t want their child to learn an important life skill (Math) and is so anxious to have their daughter lose her virginity. Guess it takes all kinds.
As for the socialization, you can google “Homeschool groups, your state” and get quite a few results. Most communities have sports groups (i.e. cheerleading, tennis, ect) so you shouldn’t have to worry about that. And if she’s already been in public schools for a while, she’d have her own friends anyway, and they could all still hang out.
The rest of your question shows clearly that you are a troll.
If you are actually serious, God help you. And stop homeschooling your daughter.
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