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After highschool...which isn't really going to last long for me, just until I'm able to take the SAT's and the ACT's, but anyway, due to heavy family opposition to homeschool anyway, I'm either going to do a correspondence diploma, like American School, even though straight book learning isn't the easiest for me, or I'll take the GED. The GED really doesn't bother me - with the GED, employers know you can READ, as with a lot of high school graduates, they can't read past 6th grade level.
But anyway..to those how have done the whole homeschool diploma thing, how has this flew with employers? I think for a year after highschool, I'm gonna work, to get work experience and to have time away from book learning; then I'm probably going to enroll in the cc.