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I feel confident that our articles give you information that you probably will find useful, but I should declare that I’m merely expressing opinion. I’m Anna and a mother of three young men: two of them are young adults, and one a teenager. My sons attended Catholic schools whole their school time lives. At least the first two.
We live in Western Australia. Here Down Under, the summer starts in December; hence the long summer school break starts before Christmas. Sometimes Christmas might get pretty hot, but by February the temperatures are in the high thirties (Celsius), and the new school year starts in February. Primary school was no problem to get to. It is located not far from where live, and the boys would walk to and from school regularly.
When the older boys started high school, there was not a real problem with transportation. They even found good thing in socializing with other students. However, there were some issues with some teachers and principal at the time. My youngest boy is very shy and reserved. I knew that he wouldn’t be able to handle the unjust prejudice of some of the teachers. Hence, I decided to enrol him with another school. Although the distance was the same, transportation was not: there was no school bus.
Nick had to take a public bus, then a train, then another bus. I liked the school, but I did not like the long traveling hours. The first year of his middle school, all went good; so it seemed. The teachers were truly good, and Nick like his new schoolmates. With the beginning of the second year the trouble began. Not with the school, not with the teachers, not with the other students. As a matter of fact, Nick loved the school; he loved it so much, that he would miss his bus to the train station, a bus the comes once in an hour. It was so much easier to walk those ca 3km to the train station then wait for the next bus. It is easy but not in 40 degree heat.
Nicholas, like many other boys of his age, did not eat his lunch and water bottle was quickly empty. When he came home after 5 pm tired, hungry and thirsty, he just wanted to go to bed. I had to take action and home schooling was the answer. However, I could not find anybody from my homeschooling friends where and how to start.
I had to take action and home schooling was the answer. However, I could not find anybody from my home schooling friends where and how to start.
And this is why I started this website. I do not want any of other mothers going through the same process of finding proper books, programs and courses. If you in the same boat and struggle with making the right decision, just visit my contact page and ask for my advice.
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