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Should homeschooled students participate in other school activities?

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  • Yes, I think that students should be able to participate in other activities on other school because

    If your homeschooled your at home you really don't socialize that much students should be able to explore and have fun with other students that's how they can make friends. By doing that they can have friends more to associate with and hang out with. Being homeschooled can be really boring instead of that you could be going to a public school making friends and trying out for sports that you would like to play.

  • Yes, I think that students should be able to participate in other activities on other school because

    If your homeschooled your at home you really don't socialize that much students should be able to explore and have fun with other students that's how they can make friends. By doing that they can have friends more to associate with and hang out with. Being homeschooled can be really boring instead of that you could be going to a public school making friends and trying out for sports that you would like to play.

  • Yes, I think that students should be able to participate in other activities on other school because

    If your homeschooled your at home you really don't socialize that much students should be able to explore and have fun with other students that's how they can make friends. By doing that they can have friends more to associate with and hang out with. Being homeschooled can be really boring instead of that you could be going to a public school making friends and trying out for sports that you would like to play.

  • Most certainly not.

    When children are homeschooled, they are not involved with the school. They should not be allowed on school teams or clubs because they don't go to public school. Homeschooling isn't beneficial to children in any way, and letting homeschooled children onto normal school teams isn't a smart decision. If they don't participate in school, they can't do any other school activities.

  • No, because they are not subject to the same requirements as those who attend the school

    When I was in school there were three home schooled brothers who played on our sports teams. They were the grandsons of our athletic director and spent most of their time working out and practicing, and their intelligence, or lack there of was extremely evident. While they were supposedly subject to the same grade requirements for participation as the rest of the team, they openly flouted the fact that their parents never tested them, and just signed the papers each month. After graduation they all received athletic scholarships to colleges and had dropped out by the end of their freshman years.


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