How does home school work?

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June 17, 2019 / By Dandrenor
Question: I'm a senior and I want to finish my last half home schooled. How does home schooling actually work when you go to a college, what do you tell them? (hey i've been home schooled, I don't have a diploma?) how does my dad do the transcript? He's a single parent. The school that I'm going to now is in Morton, Mississippi. I don't exactly know their laws. Will home schooling affect me somehow?
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Bonduca Bonduca | 2 days ago
All colleges accept homeschoolers; a transcript is just a lisst of what you've studied. A diploma is just a pretty certificate to hang on the wall-- it's a symbol that you've finished your course of studies. It is not the graduation itself, it's just a symbol of the graduation for your scrapbook. No colleges ask to see your diploma, they just want to know what you learned, hence the transcripts. Then you have to also submit what ever any other student would have to submit: standardized test scores, essay, references, etc. You have to look up the state homescool laws for Mississippi. Not sure your last semester is the best time to start-- homeschooling is a different model of education. It can take you transition time to get use to it before it really begins to benefit you. But as long as your dad follows your state laws, keep your transcripts in order and your SAT or ACT scores are decent you'll be fine.
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Bonduca Originally Answered: In school, I always do my work/ home work and a lot of kids always ask to copy it. How do I stop this?
If you don't want to just tell them no, then I would use one homework assignment that is not worth many points, and write all of the wrong answers on it. That way, when you let someone copy it, they'll get the wrong answers as well, and probably stop coping off of you because they will no longer get the credit for their homework. Also, if you put ridiculously wrong answers, and someone else puts the same thing, the teacher will probably notice this, and figure out your friend is cheating. I'd try to avoid this though, because many teachers will punish you too for allowing someone to copy off of you. If your teacher will allow this, you can turn your homework in right when you walk in the door, then just tell your friends you already turned it in. Or you could tell your teacher you can't find it, then miraculously find it right after all of your friends turn their homework in. Hope something works out, I hate when people copy off of me too :/
Bonduca Originally Answered: In school, I always do my work/ home work and a lot of kids always ask to copy it. How do I stop this?
Tell them no. It's hard to say no to your friends, but why should you do all the work and them not appreciate it. I was just like you back when I was in the 10th grade. I had a so called "friend" who always wanted to copy my history homework and tests, and never do the work for himself. This is also the same "friend" who when summer came and I texted him to hang out, he was always way to busy to have time for me. Trust me a friend won't ask to copy your homework. A real friend will ask for help with it and have you do it along with them. Just say no. The consequences of saying yes and getting caught are way way higher than the consequences of saying no to your friends.
Bonduca Originally Answered: In school, I always do my work/ home work and a lot of kids always ask to copy it. How do I stop this?
Randomly pick one of the scums. Jump him/her after school. Beat them to a pulp. Then say, "Ask to copy my work again, and I'll kill you."

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They don't ask for a diploma. Yes, your dad makes a transcript. Easy! There are templates and samples online, but basically you make a school name (most people name their home schools for legal or other reasons), your name, date of birth. List classes and grades. Any extras, like volunteer work or test scores. Date of graduation. Your dad signs and dates it. My daughter's included the date of a state test to get her equivalency certificate. It doesn't matter what the laws are for your school now, since they will issue you a transcript of the grades for classes you took with them. What you need to do it go by the laws for home schooling after you leave them. http://www.homeschoolacademy.com/resourc... If you are only going to do half a year, why not just graduate early? Mississippi laws lets each home school set how many days in its school year. So, you could leave your school now, file as a home school and be done, if I read the law correctly. Contact some Mississippi home school support group and make sure. It won't affect college at all! http://donnayoung.org/forms/planners/hs-...
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