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    Public School Vs. Homeschool

    I was just wondering, if you felt that one has an advantage over the other?

    Like with Public schools, people are faced with problems like Drugs, Gangs etc. and Homeschool you don't experience that in person, you see it on TV or hear about it etc. But maybe being exposed to it early on is better?

    Or another thing to think about, communication.
    Being in a class full of people helps you communicate and develop different skills, things that homeschooling may not have exactly. The skills learned with interaction help further you in life and what not. Also, most homeschooling kids become more self dependent and shy, which is not always a good thing.

    So which one gets the edge, use those scenarios as guidelines or make up situations and examples on your own.

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    You missed out boardin school

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    Well I was home educated until I started primary halfway through year 5. Then got a scholarship for my highschool. And when I did go to school, I was very shy and didn't know what to do. But now I miss the freedom of home education.

    Most parents couldn't be bothered to have their children home educated these days anyway.

    Depends who you are, but they both have pros and cons. Like getting a reputable HSC without actually going to highschool...
    meh...

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    Public school gets people socialized and can also help build character. Most homeschoolers I've met are shy and fragile people and hard to get socialized. Most I've met still clutch on their family even in high school. Of course this isn't the case for everyone so all I can say is I dunno but I liked playing games at lunch like CounterStrike, or Starcraft, or even Trackmania. InfoTech Games clubs rule!!!


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    I'm home schooled, and have been for a very long time, and from what I learned in school (when I went kindergarten to 7th grade) I can tell I'm learning in more detail, my grades have improved from Bs and Cs to A-s and A+s, My science book now has the greatest system of keeping my attention, when I read then anwser questions it seems like I can't forget it.

    Once I became home schooled I kind of got shy, but then I volunteered down at an animal shelter and helped customers and within 2 weeks I could talk to anyone and make jokes.
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    I'm private schooled, but I guess the closest would be to public school, so I agree with monstroids on this one.


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    I think Public School is better because you can actually interact with other people, and have peers. While being home schooled you can only talk with you Mum, or teacher. I guess if you want an active social life public school is your best bet, but if you're a loner and love your Mum then get home schooled. And you can stay away from drugs in public school/high school. It just takes a little extra effort.
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    It depends on the whole situation, but I'd probably have to say going to school would be the better option.

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    Home schooling basically means the kid is missing out on a social life, hence they don't learn about working and interacting with other people (a pretty essential skill in most jobs).



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    Why is drugs in school so bigged up
    I can state for a fact no on in my school does drugs
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