That's what's been on my mind lately. Part of the reason it's been on my mind so much is because I've been reading glowing reports from homeschooling friends on Facebook. Homeschooling friends from right here in my province.
One friend just attended a convocation service where her child received a Master's of History degree. Another friend just attended her child's White Coat ceremony, celebrating acceptance into med school. Another friend reported that her child received a $1000 scholarship from his college.
These children were all homeschooled right here in my province.
Just like public school graduates, not all the homeschooled graduates traveled the academic route. One homeschooled graduate has traveled the world on modeling contracts. Another has traveled the world on music related contracts. Another is a professional fire fighter.
All these children are from different homeschooling families in my province.
I'd say homeschool graduates, for the most part, fare just fine.
Of course, like public school graduates, there are those that have their struggles. After all, homeschooled graduates are humans, just like public school graduates.