First of all, I'm not living in North America. Secondly, I'm here for honest reasons because I, myself, am intrigued by the thought of homeschooling. (And curious as to why others do it:))
I'm in Northern Europe, a young stay-at-home mom of 4 little ones (5, soon 4, 2, and newborn), and contemplating whether or not to homeschool my kids. It doesn't seem to be too popular here. I mean, my husband has never even heard of it. Unless he missed the boat somewhere..? I know it's an option here, but that's as far as I've gotten with my research so far. Kids don't start grade 1 until they're 7! (pre-school is for 6 yr olds). So I have some time to think about it still. And (to think about) my own reasons behind it.
Religion? Finances? Personal values? Distances? Life situation? Just for the fun of it? Any others?
I don't know much about HS in North America, though I'm from there myself:) I'm guessing it would be quite different (guidelines/rules? Definitely a different cirriculum) here than there. But I'm still interested in hearing about it! (Complete beginner here:))
Thank you for listening to me:) and taking time to answer!!
(hopefully someone answers LOL!)