I didn’t mean to imply that you were. I was commenting on more of a general vibe I get when people talk about low hours schooling. The hours required are set in some states and not in others, and many homeschoolers (myself included) do not count a number of activities that could be considered school in their hours counts. Often it is just the number of hours spent on book work, formal curriculum, or desk work. There is so much more to homeschooling that I sometimes fear we sell it short when we try to condense the experience to share.I wasn't saying it was damning to their future, was just wondering if that was even allowable. Guess it is.