Reasons To Homeschool

Homeschooled children often receive a better education.  The homeschooled consistently score on average, at the 65th to 80th percentile on standardized academic achievement tests as compared to the public school average of the 50th percentile.1

In addition to providing better education and protecting children from harsh COVID rules and mandatory vaccine mandates, the new draconian measures could result in lifetime psychological damage to millions of children worldwide.2

The new distancing measures include requirements to wear masks or face shields, stay 6 feet apart from other children, use plastic partitions, have no shared supplies, no lunch, no recess, ride on school busses with one child in every other row and remain in isolated groups for the entire day.3

Some states have already passed laws mandating that children receive dozens of vaccines as a prerequisite for enrollment. And many states are considering adding mandatory COVID vaccines when they become available.4

Many parents have discovered that their kids were not learning much at school.5

Reduces or eliminates competition, judgment, ostracization, biases, labeling, prejudices, bullying, shaming and peer pressure  With COVID-19 fears, schools are adopting more dystopian policies to ensure students can learn under the regime of “the new normal.” This “new normal” includes removing choice from parents, over complicating teaching, and denying the facts surrounding COVID.6

1“Research Facts on Homeschooling ….” Accessed 29 Jun. 2020.

2 “What Are the Psychological Effects of a Quarantine ….” 29 Mar. 2020, Accessed 29 Jun. 2020.

3“Considerations for Schools | CDC.” 19 May. 2020, Accessed 29 Jun. 2020.

4“The Dual Epidemics of COVID-19 and Influenza: Vaccine ….” 11 Jun. 2020, Accessed 29 Jun. 2020.

5“The Failure of American Public Education – Foundation for ….” 19 Jun. 2020, Accessed 29 Jun. 2020.

6“Fall School Openings Offer Latest Dystopian Twist”

Advantages of Homeschooling

  • Better curriculum with activities designed specifically for the needs of the child
  • Students move at their own pace with individualized attention
  • School takes significantly less time daily
  • Flexibility with schedules, work, and travel
  • Comradery and community with like-minded families
  • Reduces or eliminates competition, judgment, ostracization, biases, labeling, prejudices, shaming and peer pressure
  • Independent thinking is encouraged
  • Parents have more control in the socialization of their children

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