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    Home school and public school sports

    I don't have as much of an issue with the boy that defaulted in the match against the girl as I do the fact that he is home schooled and representing a public school. If the public school system isn't good enough to educate him, why is the schools sports good enough to play on? The sports teams represent the school. The kid doesn't go to the school so why should he get to represent it? I understand there aren't home school athletic teams, but they choose not to send their kid to public school so that's the price they should pay.


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    Re: Home school and public school sports

    Because the family pays taxes in that school district



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    Re: Home school and public school sports

    I think they should get to play just like anyone else, you'll just be able to pick them out easily because they'll be the weird, awkward one that always wears long pants.



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    Re: Home school and public school sports

    It's the exact same thing with a small private school in the same community as a large public school. If the small private school doesn't offer a certain sport (swimming, soccer, etc.) they join the large public school that does offer that sport. Those people still pay the state to fund the programs so they should be able to have access to them if they choose. A lot of times it can make a team stronger.



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    Re: Home school and public school sports

    tim tebow was homeschooled.

    Also, maurice drew open enrolled across the city to go to de la salle HS when he lived in pittsburgh CA



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    Re: Home school and public school sports

    Plus often home-schooled kids go to school for other activites like band and choir. Sometimes they even go to a handful of classes that the parents aren't capable of teaching (some sciences or upper-level math, usually).



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    Re: Home school and public school sports

    Quote Originally Posted by 3TrueFans View Post
    I think they should get to play just like anyone else, you'll just be able to pick them out easily because they'll be the weird, awkward one that always wears long pants.
    Ohh no 3TrueFans. According to some this post is showing your ignorance. We wouldn't want to upset them now.


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    Re: Home school and public school sports

    or in my case, we didn't offer soccer, so a kid played for one of sioux city's schools which was 15 miles away.



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    Re: Home school and public school sports

    Quote Originally Posted by mred View Post
    Plus often home-schooled kids go to school for other activites like band and choir. Sometimes they even go to a handful of classes that the parents aren't capable of teaching (some sciences or upper-level math, usually).
    This is one of the big thing's I don't think a lot of people realize. Once the kids get to the high school level it is rare that the parents or the home school organization they use are able to teach the high level subjects that lets face it a lot of home school kids excel in. As also stated band and choir are also utilized by home school kids. If they can do band and choir why not athletics?



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    Re: Home school and public school sports

    Quote Originally Posted by irishclone View Post
    I don't have as much of an issue with the boy that defaulted in the match against the girl as I do the fact that he is home schooled and representing a public school. If the public school system isn't good enough to educate him, why is the schools sports good enough to play on? The sports teams represent the school. The kid doesn't go to the school so why should he get to represent it? I understand there aren't home school athletic teams, but they choose not to send their kid to public school so that's the price they should pay.
    That makes zero sense.

    The school benefits from getting the full property tax revenue from the family and doesn't have to do anything in return regarding an outlay of resources to educaten the kid...other than let them play on a team. The schools probably comes out ahead financially. Am I wrong?


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    Re: Home school and public school sports

    Quote Originally Posted by dualthreat View Post
    tim tebow was homeschooled.

    Also, maurice drew open enrolled across the city to go to de la salle HS when he lived in pittsburgh CA
    So was Jason Taylor.



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    Re: Home school and public school sports

    Quote Originally Posted by isuno1fan View Post
    Because the family pays taxes in that school district
    Egg-zactly!



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    Re: Home school and public school sports

    Quote Originally Posted by irishclone View Post
    I don't have as much of an issue with the boy that defaulted in the match against the girl as I do the fact that he is home schooled and representing a public school. If the public school system isn't good enough to educate him, why is the schools sports good enough to play on? The sports teams represent the school. The kid doesn't go to the school so why should he get to represent it? I understand there aren't home school athletic teams, but they choose not to send their kid to public school so that's the price they should pay.
    Funny coming from an Irishman. The kids at my predominantly Irish-Catholic high school who wanted to swim had to do so at a local public high school since we didn't have a pool/swim team. Since all of our parents paid taxes the public schools were cool with it.


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    Re: Home school and public school sports

    Quote Originally Posted by 3TrueFans View Post
    I think they should get to play just like anyone else, you'll just be able to pick them out easily because they'll be the weird, awkward one that always wears long pants.
    dont forget he will have his little brother tagging along wanting to challenge him on Pokemon on their Nintendo DS'.



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    Re: Home school and public school sports

    Quote Originally Posted by wxman1 View Post
    This is one of the big thing's I don't think a lot of people realize. Once the kids get to the high school level it is rare that the parents or the home school organization they use are able to teach the high level subjects that lets face it a lot of home school kids excel in. As also stated band and choir are also utilized by home school kids. If they can do band and choir why not athletics?
    Huh? I'm not sure what this is supposed to mean, it seems contradictory. The parents can't teach it so the students excel in it?


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