[ US /ˈhoʊmˈskuɫ/ ]
  1. educate (one's children) at home instead of sending (them) to a school
    The parents are home-schooling their daughter
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How To Use home-school In A Sentence

  • Deciding whether home-school students could choose to play at any public school or only the one in their attendance district.
  • Rees made the transition from home-schooling to a more bustling international school where he discovered a love, and talent, for bass guitar.
  • He's also got a deep-blues vocal delivery, and comes across as a real genuine, home-schooled itinerant character.
  • A small but growing movement known as deschooling, life learning, unschooling, and edu-punk is home-schooling returned to its postwar progressive roots, far from the Bible-thumping mould that has come to dominate the modern image of home-schoolers. Infowars
  • Well, you can always go back to home-schooling.
  • The home-schooled eighth-grader aced the word "serrefine. CNN Transcript Jun 2, 2007
  • We are a middle income, home-schooling family.
  • I was the homeless, home-schooled, half-blood busker of Hell's Kitchen. Heather Kristin: The Accidental Mentor
  • I think we'll stick with home-schooling for a while.
  • It began in the late 1990s with home-school contracts. Times, Sunday Times
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