Home Schooling

Home schooling is a system of education for children but it takes place not in formal building or not in school building and it is usually undertaken directly by parents or tutors. There are some people who agree and disagree with home schooling. The reasons why people agree with homeschooling are : In homeschooling children can avoided  from the diverged association, children will get the maximum  religious education and Homeschooling has the flexible time for children.

In formal school, children can influenced by their friends and their environment but, when they take homeschooling, their parents will be easy to supervise them. their parents can guide them in good socialization. So, the children can study the basic knowledge to assosiate with their friends. this  is one of the reasons why parents support homeschooling.


Children will get maximum religious education is the supporting reason too for parents to agree with homeschooling. In home, the tutors or parents can give the religious knowledge, they can guide their children to practice the religious education directly. It is different with formal school, in formal school tutors can not supervise the children intensively and parents can not guide the children directly.

Another advantages in home schooling, it has flexibel time. When children in formal school, they can not be absent. Because, they must present every day. If they get sick, they must make a permission letter. It will be different if the children take home schooling, the time to study is more flexibel. When they can not study in that day, they can cancel or change the schedule with the tutors. It is why parents agree with home schooling

In another sides, there are people who disagree with homeschooling. The reason why people disagree with homeschooling are : home schooling make children difficult to socialize with another people, children can not develop their soft skill and it is difficult for children to work in teamwork.

The first reason why parents disagree with homeschooling, because  it makes children difficult to socialist with another people because they study in their home and just meet with their teacher. Children will be difficult to know the kind of characters, they can not understand with their friend’s character and it will make hostility happen. Beside that, children will be thinking about themselves and never care with their society, of course it make children be individualist.

The second reason if we take homeschooling, the children can not develop their soft skill for example like dancing, singing, painting, sporting or the others because their teacher’s skill is limited to teach it. Maybe one teacher just has two or three soft skills. So, it is difficult if she must teach a student who does not has same skill with her. Of course, children can develop it,  if  they take formal school by follow extracurricular. If they have mastered it, they can follow many competitions too like speech, reading a poem, football match and drama. It is why in home schooling, we can not develop our soft skill.

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The last reason, in home schooling children are difficult to work in team-work or in organization because they never taught by teachers to do the tasks together with their friends. In team work, children study to communication and solve a problem together. They will never gather with many characters and do not know how to work together in harmony without team-work and they will not get it in home.

There are the advantages and disadvantage both of home schooling and formal school. It is depend on children’s parents to choose which is the best one for their children. whatever it is, both of  home schooling and formal school will give the best education for children.


If your home-school student is interested in attending college, junior year is probably one of the most critical times for them to be on task. It's the time when they should be looking for colleges, taking college prep tests, and honing their essay writing skills. Paying close attention during junior year can even make up for some errors made earlier in high school.

One of the most important tasks during junior year is to make sure that your child takes the PSAT. It's only offered one time, in October, and some schools require you to sign up for it in September or the previous June. Simply call the public high school nearest you to register your child. The PSAT will put your child in the running for the National Merit Scholarship. The PSAT will also ask your student certain questions about himself, such as what grades he's getting, what classes he's taking, what his interests in the future are, etc

Another important job for junior year is to decide whether to take the SAT or ACT. Most colleges will usually accept both. If either test is fine, then you can use a different measurement to decide which one is best. I recommend that you take a sample of each test, and have your child take it at home. Weigh those two tests and compare them, and then choose the one that makes your child look like a genius. One-third of kids will do better on the SAT, one-third will do better on the ACT, and for the remaining third, it doesn't really matter which one you choose.

During junior year, you should make sure to locate and attend a college fair. Going to a college fair is a lot like going to a home-school convention: each booth has a different college, so you can go door to door and get to know a lot of different colleges at one time.

After attending a college fair, think about the colleges that you met there, and make sure to plan some college visits. Your goal is to find a few colleges your student would like to attend, but there are too many colleges out there, so you have to make a first cut and go visit some, in order to whittle it down to a reasonable number of colleges to apply to.

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Try to get to a place where you have just enough colleges to apply to, but not so many that it's impractical to do so. The national average for the number of colleges to apply to is six; my children applied to four. Make sure that you have a wide variety of colleges to consider, both public and private, and not just one.

We were able to find a "perfect" college and my kids were selected for full tuition scholarships. We were told this was partly because of "a well developed sense of who they were." Failing to take time to develop your student's specialization is one of the "5 Biggest Mistakes Parents Make When Homeschooling High School.