I currently am thinking of switching to homeschooling for the rest of my senior year. With the pandemic, it has really damped my sense of a “real school” and I have struggled to keep up with it. With homeschooling, I can schedule everything to fit my schedule. I work a full-time job, I know I don’t have to, but I help supplement my household income, so I do need to. This has given me very little free time to work on school, and there are so many due dates constantly. I only need three more credits to fully graduate and get into college. I also have already been accepted into the college of my choice. I just need some outsider’s opinions on where I should turn next.
Throughout my entire academic career, I have had a 3.5+ GPA, honors/ ap classes, and worked myself to breaking points. I don’t see the point of continuing to break myself when it can possibly be avoided by giving myself the time I need to do my assignments to the best of my ability. I could also take courses that are better suited for me. This form of online classes, honestly, sucks in my school. It is a rural area that didn’t have much to offer to begin with, and now it is much worse.
Oh, and another question I had was pertaining specifically to the Texas laws on homeschooling. It says you must take the five core subjects each year, but I have already completed two of those with my public high school. Would I still need to complete those, even for just a semester?