I know how to say that sentence "right", I just choose not to.Originally Posted by [b
HELLOOOO!!! *waves arms in the air violently so people listen* I'm not homeschooled "by my parents". A: I don't even know my dad, and 2: I live with my grandparents. I'm not homeschooled "by them" either. If you read the first part of the first part of this thread, you'll already know that they do not teach me. Okay? The Pensacola Christian Academy sends boxes of DVDs every year along with textbooks, tests, quizzes, etc. The DVDs contain filmings of each class, each with a different teacher, each in a classroom. My grandparents have absolutely nothing to do with the education.
Hell, I experience that already.Originally Posted by [b
I love that.. reminds me of a quote. "Maybe I encounter so many people who are hostile just because they can't open their minds to the possibilities that sometimes the need to mess with their heads outweights the 'millstone of humiliation.'" —Fox MulderOriginally Posted by [b
Sure, they're right in your point of view. But the Rebels are right in my point of view. And that is all.Originally Posted by [b
Okay, yesterday we went down to the middle school at 9AM to go over the test results. My IQ is 135, I'm above-average on reading/language/vocabulary and the patterns/relationships test, and there are a few holes in math, mostly in ratios and geometry. Originally I was gonna take Applied Math 1 (all areas of math plus pre-algebra) in 9th grade, but the counselor talked to a math person with the school after she got the test results back, and decided that I should instead take Algebra 1, saying that I should be able to do well with that if I "apply myself". Anyway, the high school will have a Freshmen Orientation on May 6 from 5:30 to 8 (CRAP!! Gonna miss the last half of The X-Files..), where they get us used to the high school and the rules, etc. When we went down to the high school yesterday to get me registered, the head custodian recognized my mom (she had to come down to sign some stuff, naturally), and the administrator remembered my uncle Gary, since he was always causing trouble and stuff. Anyway, that's the beef.