from their own, and it can stretch and
through homeschooling enabled me to
think for myself. Instead of believing
something just because everyone else
did,;I;was;able;to;figure;out;why;I;be-lieved what I believed. I learned not to
accept everything just because I read it in
but rather to become a student dedicated
4. Homeschooling taught me to
out classes that were challenging and
stimulating. This practice equipped me
for the world of college academia.
Homeschooling taught me the im-
portance of striving for excellence rath-
er than settling for good enough and
trained me to be diligent in things both
big and small. I was well prepared for the
ing movies on my own.
Homeschooled students should strive
for excellence in their current studies.
Those interested in attending college
should also study hard to prepare for
5. Homeschooling taught me to
achieve my goals.
Homeschooling provided an environment in which I could delve into the
topics I was interested in and allowed
me;to;dedicate;significant;time;to;pursu-ing my personal interests and hobbies. It
enabled me to travel to speech competitions, complete internships while in high
High school students should think
about what they want to achieve and
planning ahead: writing down a list of
goals, developing character traits, read-ing;books;about;certain;topics,;or;shad-owing a professional in the area they are
Homeschooled students who are
diligent about valuing learning, being
rigors and challenges of collegiate life.
From cow pens to California, Rebekah
was raised in a homeschooling family in
the Midwest before moving to Los Angeles
to study film. She is passionate about writing, traveling, filmmaking, and teaching
public speaking to homeschooled students.
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