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Are you homeschooled or do you go to public school? What are the pros and cons, and which do you prefer?

August 2, 2016 at 20:53


Homeschooled and I LOVE it! BUT cons:

-You don’t see anyone on a regular basis (like friends)
-You still have to do a lot of work
-And if you’re me, you’re not all that smart. (I’m a stupid idiot,)
-AAAAAAND you can’t, just CAN”T assimilate in with the public school crowd as well unless the public schoolers in question are very weird and Christian. So it’s kind of like an outcast feeling. Plus, people scrutinize you (“You’re homeschooled?!”) Chances are you’re gonna feel kinda left out :'(


-More freetime!!
-Specialized attention (like instead of having the teacher attend to 30 students before me, my mom can come straight to me and help)
-You can count some of your hobbies as school
-You don’t have to trek from the house and back everyday, or stand in the cold at the bus stop, or have a knife at your throat if you accidentally sleep in
-You only have one teacher
-You get to have more freedom instead of following a strict schedule
-You don’t have to wear a uniform every single day

There’s more, but that’s it 4 now!

August 3, 2016 at 11:43


Public Schooled :l
Pros –
You get to see friends and meet new people

That’s all I can think of right now XD
oh my… and now for the cons…

You have to deal with people (mean ones)
You have to fight the temperature (in my school it was always so cold)
You have to worry even more about the way you dress
You have to risk lending pencils to people who will never give them back XD ( not lying though this is so true )
You have to risk the whole classroom frowning upon you if you raise your hand and don’t understand something.
You risk hearing rumors about other people or hearing rumors about you

I’m pretty sure there’s a lot of other cons that I just can’t think of right now.

But public school isn’t too bad, you just have to know how to control it. Can’t let anything too dramatic with others happen or it could mess up the rest of the school year.

August 4, 2016 at 11:00
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