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We have been homeschooling for the last 20 plus years. Our oldest son, Richard, graduated from homeschool when he was 16, he is now 25. He received his GED and then went on to community college and took a 2 year trade school program. He is now in the US Army. Our oldest daughter received her GED in 2004 and is now a happily married lady and mama to one little boy and another one on the way! Hannah received her GED in May of 2005 and worked locally for awhile as a bank teller. She is now married and expecting her first baby soon. Emily received her GED in 2007 and is currently working as a nanny and working on an accounting degree via home study college through College Plus! My daughter Leanne will be working on her GED this school year (2008/2009) and will begin working on an English degree through College Plus! as well. She is looking ahead at doing some type of full time missionary work.
Over the last many years of homeschooling I have tried a wide variety of curriculum and methods of teaching. I have come to the conclusion that there is no perfect curriculum or method. Every year I evaluate the previous year and look at the things I want to change and look forward to the year ahead so I can accommodate the schooling around anything that may be going on in our lives as well as individual needs, then I begin planning for the next year. This method has served me well. I have been able to change and adjust to the growing and changing needs of each of my children and of my family
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