No fighting, I am interested to know since many schools now aren't meeting requirements. I am considering it, but I worry that I won't be smart enough to teach my child everything they need to know. I'm horrible at math. Also, what about extra curricular stuff and class trips and dances and games and homecoming. I don't want him to miss out on that stuff. Don't you worry about what they might miss in their childhood? Some of the best times of my life were school.Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 12:16 AM on Sep. 12, 2009 in General Parenting
There are several HS groups here on CM you can take a look at that help you teach the kids even in subjects you may not be that strong in. They also do a lot of field trip and socialization activities with other HS families. Often being outside more than in a traditional school setting.
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I hs because I refuse to let 5 years of rearing to be undone.BUT i too worried about high school curriculm but I figure ill get to that when it comes
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