1 year ago
Last edited at 7:19AM on 1/6/2013
Idk,But I remember a very bad decision, that is , changing the school, that affected my marks, for very long time. But I think both have their own benefits as well disadvantages. homeschooled, easy study,but maybe lack of friends. Can be beneficial like, no embarrassment whatsoever. Public, study may be hard, but help in real world knowledge,
Definitely public school. If I was home schooled from the start, I would be a mess. I most likely wouldn't have any friends and I would not be ready for the real world. I would not have had the chance to experience what other kids experience. I wouldn't be able to stand being stuck inside all day. I am a very social girl and I wouldn't be the way I am today if it wasn't for public schooling. I would never have been able to play my two favorite sports, soccer and softball. I would never have realized that there is more to life after high school. These are my reasons for public schooling to be my choice of interest.
Public school. For most middle/high schools, school isn't really about learning. This is a time of learning your place in society. Children who are home schooled often miss out on social parts of society. I attend a charter school that is ABSOLUTELY the best of both worlds. If there are any project based learning schools in your area, I suggest you look into them.