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From: gretchen (
Subject:         Re: middle tennessee secular homeschoolers
Date: July 13, 2010 at 12:18 pm PST

In Reply to: Re: middle tennessee secular homeschoolers posted by kim on March 25, 2009 at 8:57 am:

The laws seem like they would be unfriendly-but they really are easy. We joined an umbrella school called home life academy-though curch related they accept everyone and you are never contacted about testing as they do not requre any themselves. We have been homeschooling with them far several years now and have had no problems. when my oldest went into 11th grade the school accepted his transfer credits just like they would from any other school. He graduated high school and recieved full credit for all of his homeschool classes.

I belong to a secular homeschool group in clarksville called tnshare. It is a secular group and meets at the unitarian church in clarksville. they have a yaho grp that is pretty easy to find in the search engines.

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