Teen Toolkit: How to Convince Your Parents to Let You Go to School at Home

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Do you think it would be better for you to go to school from home but don’t know how to convince your parents to let you try homeschool? It’s a common issue for a lot of high school students. Fortunately, there are some great solutions.

If you’re like many teens, you aren’t sure how to convince your parents to homeschool you because you aren’t entirely sure what learning at home entails or what other options exist. Homeschooling can be complicated for many families. But there is one alternative that makes learning from home more possible for both students and parents: online school.

An online school has many unique benefits when compared to traditional school. Plus, a high-quality online school like Connections Academy® is a public school, meaning it’s tuition-free. Those are great advantages. But you’ll need to know more before speaking to your parents.

If you’re wondering how to convince your parents to be homeschooled online, you need a good strategy—a strategy our student toolkit provides

Here’s an overview of the six steps our toolkit will lead you through as you learn how to convince your parents to be schooled online:

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