Describe the type of student who should attend Homeschool Support Program. Why?

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Anonymous, Student, Homeschool Support Program, Class of 2016

One whose parents are able to homeschool their child and a student who is willing to do school work on their own. Homeschool is self-paced and is good for those who prefer not to be in a big group.

Anonymous, Student, Homeschool Support Program, Class of 2017

The type of student who should be home schooled is someone who is having trouble in their public or private school whether it be socially or academically. In regular school if the student is a fast learner he/she will not be able to move on, but instead they will have to keep with the pace of the class, and therefor they will be held back from being able to achieve their highest potential. This can also go for someone who is a slow learner; like if a student is great with history but needs more time with science they won't be able to stop and take some extra time to look at what they are having trouble with, because they will have to keep up and continue going with pace of the rest of the class. At this point the student isn't learning as much as they are just guessing and trying to pass the class.

Anonymous, Student, Homeschool Support Program, Class of 2016

A person doesn't have to meet any specific criteria to be a Home School student. This is because Home Schooling is extremely flexible when it comes to the types of curriculum it uses. One Home schooler's experience will greatly differ from the other, the effectiveness of their learning program varies from person to person. Personally, Home Schooling has been very successful for me. In high school I have had the opportunity to take several dual enrollment courses, as well as online classes, and I am able to easily shape my school schedule around my life, allowing me to set specific times to focus on school, to focus on family, friends, work, and personal time. This all has ultimately allowed me to create a balanced life style.

Anonymous, Student, Homeschool Support Program, Class of 2016

The kind of student that should attend a home school program is one that is responsible and able to stay on task. A person with good discipline and that does not procrastinate.

Anonymous, Student, Homeschool Support Program, Class of 2015

Homeschooling isn't for every parent and child. It requires strength of will and an objective attitude - not everyone possesses those qualities, let alone them together. But for the student who is genius, adventurous, and somewhat impatient, it is a perfect match. Homeschooling allows you to take classes at multiple levels. It allows you to explore your strengths with electives not available in every school. And perhaps most importantly, it allows you to finish your work in three hours or less and then have fun with the rest of your day.

Anonymous, Student, Homeschool Support Program, Class of 2016

Homeschool Support Programs cater to students with individual needs and talents that public schools are either not able, or unwilling to deal with efficiently. In my particular case, Homeschooling was a way for me to explore higher level classes in an environment conducive to my concentration. A student must be focused, committed, and be able to complete college level course work to attend y particular group, but as I said, individual groups specialize in different needs.

Anonymous, Student, Homeschool Support Program, Class of 2016

A Homeschool student must be dedicated and independent. It is best if a Homeschool student is a hard worker, but also likes being at home. Homeschool students are happy as introverts.

Anonymous, Student, Homeschool Support Program, Class of 2017

When you homeschool, you learn at your own pace. You can learn skills that are important to life better than anywhere else such as diligence and flexibility. However; Homeschooling is not for everyone. It takes dedication from both the student and the parent, but it results in good grades and closer family relationships.

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