What Does An Average High School Homeschool Day Look Like?

An Average Day

An average day for me isn’t very exciting. It looks like everyone elses (as I am like everyone else). I get up and get ready for the day after eating something, then I get online and check emails and social media, then I go from that to Time4Learning for Science, History, and other stuff, and then I get to eat again before delving into my co-op class homework (Spanish, Biology, Economics, and Financial Peace). After that I typically try to get some reading done for Literature class on Tuesday (which is also online) before I do recreational things like writing my stories and such. Then I eat again, do some cleaning, and take a shower before going to bed.

When Things Change A Bit

On Mondays I have co-op classes, which I explain in depth in this post. And I go to gym class and dance on Wednesdays, and have Literature class online on Tuesday. I have half online schooling, and half of the things I learn happen at co-op classes. So, I do other things than what I’ve listed above, and usually my weekend includes me going to friend’s houses or just hanging out.

Am I Missing Out?

Most people tend to ask my if I feel like I’ve been left out when I tell them what I do all day, or they tend to ask if I ever leave the house. Yes, I do leave the house. And, no, I don’t feel like I’m missing out. Most people see their friends every day at school; I just wait a little bit longer to see mine. That doesn’t mean I don’t talk to them, though.

If you have any questions that require further explanation, I’m always up for another Ask A Homeschooler question!


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Meg is a self-proclaimed bookworm with a fascination for the written word and foreign languages. By the time she graduates, she hopes to have at least one of her on-going works published. To see Meg's book reviews, visit http://youngadultbookworm.wordpress.com/.

April 8, 2014


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