When do you graduate if you’re home-schooled?
I’d like to be home-schooled at one of the online public charter schools, but everyone I know who did that graduated before they were supposed to.
I don’t want that.
I just want to do all the exams and graduate when I’m supposed to, can I do that?
Before going to online home-schooling, do a little bit of research, look for different websites with reviews from students.
Most of the schools should have options for both early and regular graduation.
At the same time, there is an opportunity of dual enrollment with the community colleges, so you’ll graduate in time, just when you’re supposed to, but will have a couple of courses from college.
Home education and public charter schools are not exactly the same things.
Charter schools offer the same graduation possibilities as the average schools do.
the good thing is that in charter schooling, you can take some credits from colleges, so even though you graduate the same year as your peers from school, you’ll have some college credits in advance.
You’ve been misinformed because not a lot of people graduate early from online schools.
It’s not the same as home schooling, so you’ll have to meet the same standards as you would in a public school.
In online public schools, the requirements are pretty much the same as in the regular public schools. So yes you can graduate on the same conditions.