I was a weird PS kid. I loved to read, was shy, and lived in my own world much of the time. I was not into being like everyone else 100% of the time (but I was not a nonconformist, either). I was not a troublemaker, and I cared what adults thought of me. At home I lived a quiet life, had few outside activities, but was very happy playing with my sister and a few friends and neighbors. my parents played board games with us. We read books and listened to classical music.
I have one PS kid and 3 HSed kids. My PSer wanted more friends. He thought he'd do well in school. He's been in for 2 years and it has been brutal (7 and 8th grade). He is becoming less and less his own person. When he is his own person, he is misunderstood for it, ridiculed, etc. He does not make good grades, and feels that learning is basically a "crock." He used to love to read, but is too tired to do so much of the time now. He gets made fun of for it, anyway, often by the "gifted" kids who say reading is for "losers."
He has not attracted many of the "good" kids, but he is very accepting of all kinds of people, so he attracts a wide variety of kids. A few adults really "get" him, which is good, but some just shake their heads in a puzzled way, as to why he can't do better and act better (less silly and spacey--he might have ADD).
My second oldest is an outgoing girl with good manners and athletic ability. She's a dancer, has several homeschooled dance friends, some church friends of all schooling backgrounds (PS, private school, and HS), and is content to be herself. She is disgusted with the few girls she knows who went to PS for middle school and "sold out" to the world of popularity, cheerleading, etc. Of all my kids, she'd probably be most well-liked, but there'd probably be kids who wouldn't "get" her.
My younger ds is 8 and is quiet when need be, active, loud at home, sensitive, and easygoing. He is good at entertaining himself. he never gets into trouble with adults and most kids like him. He does o ccasionally get made fun of for having speech issues. No one has made fun of his problems with reading, but I think he would hate school because of it.
My youngest dd is almost 4 and is wild, loud, silly, and seems to be highly intelligent. She is a lot like my oldest ds. She gets mad at other kids trying to push her around, getting in her face, etc. I am not sure of her "weirness quotient" at this time.
My dh is even weird. He was the kid in school who could have done better, but by high school, his problems at home and school caused him to give up. He got into lots of bad stuff, but wasn't a bad person at heart. He was looking for a nice girl, a clean life, etc. We had more in common than I would have thought from first impressions.
I guess, overall, we are all weird to some extent. We just don't always see other's weirdness. My family as a whole tends to not be attracted to the "sheep" and the "lemmings."