Okay, the person above me is wrong. American homeschoolers can take classes at public school, they are then regarded as part time students at the school. Kids in my state do it all the time, they still have to file as homeschoolers because they are not enrolled full time in school, but as long as they don't take more than 2 classes at a time its okay.
Aside from that your real question was Internet schooling. I think it "can" be good, but you have to make sure that you are really learning. If all you ever do is multiple choice, click on the correct answer stuff, how will you learn composition skills, which are vital for success in college? So it depends on the program, are there essays and research papers you have to submit? Are there lab sciences, you know, where you step away from your computer to dissect a frog or do a chemistry experiment? You need to check into all of that to be sure you are getting a quality education.
I think it's ok
I don't know what country you are in but in America public schools won't let you be homeschooled and go to school, so you wouldn't be able to take ceramics or anything at the school. I think internet school is great, as long as you are self motivated enough.
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