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Are you homeschooling legally in SC?

HOMESCHOOLING IN SOUTH CAROLINA SC Homeschool law Section 59-65-47 – Option 3 United Community of Homeschoolers Unlimited, LLC (UCHU) serves ALL OF SOUTH CAROLINA providing legal homeschooling status under Option3. Legal requirements: Be the parent or legal guardian Have a GED, high school diploma or higher Join an Option 3 association – like United Community …

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Happy July!! Let’s begin homeschooling.

What an AWESOME month to begin your homeschoolong journey. Do you know that homeschooling under Option 3 Homeschool law Section 59-65-47 there is NO required start date for your homeschool year? You DO NOT have to homeschool with the same school schedule as public/charter/private school. Did you know that there is NO MINIMUM nor MAXIMUM …

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Homeschool with the schedule that works for YOU

Homeschooling under Option 3 in South Carolina comes with LOTS of wonderful freedoms. One of yhe many freedoms is….. Freedom to start your homeschool day whenever you want. We are often accustomed to starting the school day as if we are in public school. Rising at 6 am then dress, eat and be ready for …

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Ready to Get Started Homeschooling Legally in SC? I have the ‘tea’ for you. (Video enclosed)

So, you are interested in getting your homeschooling journey started in South Carolina under Option 3? Well I have the tea for you!! You must have a GED, high school diploma or higher. You must be the parent or legal guardian. You must join an Option 3 homeschool association like United Community of Homeschoolers Unlimited …

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Thought Provoking Thursday: Becoming Common Core – Why Not?

Just in case you are not knowledgeable of Common Core or is affected by it already in some way via having some public schooled children then I’ve gathered some information for you to read at your leisure. These links are NOT to alarm you but you educate you. If you nor I are educated then …

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#29 Did you know?

A homeschooling student may receive college credit for a course subject without having taken the AP class in that subject IF they score at least a 3 or higher on the AP test in that subject. <ANSWER is down below in the comment section>