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Democratic education distinguishes itself from traditional education in the way that power is distributed in the classroom:

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Democratic education can benefit all students because students have a voice and steer the direction of their learning.

Democratic education:

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Our students will be officially homeschoolers. They will follow a similar college admissions process to students who follow a mainstream education path.

Homeschoolers do not need a GED or a diploma to apply to college or qualify for financial aid. Homeschoolers only have to declare that their education meets the state law requirements. We will help our students determine the best admission path for them!

In 2016, a study conducted by the College Board found that homeschooled students score 15 to 30 percentile points above public school students, making homeschooled students an asset at any college or university campus.

Universities want students who have participated in alternative education.

Beyond appealing test scores, homeschooled students also:

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Some prestigious colleges that welcome homeschooled students include: