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15th Feb '18 8:49:31 AM WillyFourEyes
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* Ryuuko from ''The Outside'' is implied to be homeschooled, as her only source of education is from a tutor, Aikuro, and Satsuki doesn't allow her outside. Like, some portrayals of this trope, the former hasn't had too much socialization, however, that's because her sister doesn't allow her outside.

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* In the ''Anime/KillLaKill'' fanfic ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12698064/1/The-Outside The Outside]]'', Ryuuko from ''The Outside'' is implied to be homeschooled, as her only source of education is from a tutor, Aikuro, and Satsuki doesn't allow her outside. Like, Like some portrayals of this trope, the former hasn't had too much socialization, socialization; however, that's because her sister doesn't allow her outside.
7th Feb '18 12:42:15 PM TMNTFanGirl
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheLoudHouse'', it turns out that, in order to have more time to get ready for her beauty pageants, Lola's homeschooled during the main competition season, hence why previous episodes did show her attending a regular elementary school like Lincoln, Lucy, Lana and Lisa. Her parents are pretty strict about it as well, because according to Lola, even if she fails so much as one test, she has to go back to regular school (pageant season or not).

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheLoudHouse'', A downplayed example in ''WesternAnimation/TheLoudHouse'' -- in "No Place Like Homeschool," it turns out that, that in order for Lola to have more time to get ready for her beauty pageants, Lola's homeschooled during the main competition season, hence why previous episodes did show showed her attending a regular elementary school like with Lincoln, Lucy, Lana and Lisa. Her And as it would seem, her parents are pretty strict about it as well, her schoolwork during the time that she's homeschooled, because according to Lola, even if she fails ends up failing so much as one test, she has to go back to attending a regular school (pageant school, pageant season or not).not, as punishment.
7th Feb '18 6:16:32 AM TMNTFanGirl
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheLoudHouse'', Lola is homeschooled, but only during the pageant seasons, hence why previous episodes did show her attending elementary school. She has to go back to regular school if she fails so much as one test.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheLoudHouse'', Lola is homeschooled, but only it turns out that, in order to have more time to get ready for her beauty pageants, Lola's homeschooled during the pageant seasons, main competition season, hence why previous episodes did show her attending a regular elementary school. She school like Lincoln, Lucy, Lana and Lisa. Her parents are pretty strict about it as well, because according to Lola, even if she fails so much as one test, she has to go back to regular school if she fails so much as one test.(pageant season or not).
7th Feb '18 6:10:38 AM TMNTFanGirl
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/TheLoudHouse'' episode "No Place Like Homeschool", after discovering that Lola gets homeschooled during the pageant season, the other kids decide they want to become this too. Their parents allow them, but soon realize it's much more difficult than they thought since they [[AttentiondeficitOohShiny can't focus on schoolwork without getting distracted.]] They decide to ask Lola for help, but this costs Lola her beauty sleep and she ends up failing her test, forcing her to go back to regular school as punishment. By the end of the episode, the rest of the kids decide to go back to regular school, so Lola can continue homeschooling without distraction.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/TheLoudHouse'' episode "No Place Like Homeschool", Homeschool," after discovering it turns out that Lola gets to be homeschooled during the pageant season, main competition season for beauty pageants, the other kids decide they want to become this too. Their try and get in on it--after convincing their parents allow them, but soon to let them be homeschooled, Lincoln and the rest of his sisters realize that it's much more difficult than they thought since (namely, they [[AttentiondeficitOohShiny can't focus on schoolwork without getting distracted.]] distracted]]). They decide to ask Lola for help, but this costs Lola her beauty sleep and she ends up failing her test, forcing her to go back to regular school as punishment. By the end of the episode, the rest of the kids decide to go back to regular school, so Lola can continue homeschooling without distraction.
1st Feb '18 9:20:55 PM NegiSpongie
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/TheLoudHouse'' episode "No Place Like Homeschool", after discovering that Lola gets homeschooled during the pageant season, the other kids decide they want to become this too. Their parents allow them, but soon realize it's much more difficult than they thought. By the end of the episode, they decide to go back to regular school so Lola can continue homeschooling without distraction.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/TheLoudHouse'' episode "No Place Like Homeschool", after discovering that Lola gets homeschooled during the pageant season, the other kids decide they want to become this too. Their parents allow them, but soon realize it's much more difficult than they thought. thought since they [[AttentiondeficitOohShiny can't focus on schoolwork without getting distracted.]] They decide to ask Lola for help, but this costs Lola her beauty sleep and she ends up failing her test, forcing her to go back to regular school as punishment. By the end of the episode, they the rest of the kids decide to go back to regular school school, so Lola can continue homeschooling without distraction.
1st Feb '18 4:42:09 PM NegiSpongie
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheLoudHouse'', Lola is homeschooled, but only during the pageant seasons, hence why previous episodes did show her attending elementary school. She has to go back to regular school if she fails so much as one test.


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* In the ''WesternAnimation/TheLoudHouse'' episode "No Place Like Homeschool", after discovering that Lola gets homeschooled during the pageant season, the other kids decide they want to become this too. Their parents allow them, but soon realize it's much more difficult than they thought. By the end of the episode, they decide to go back to regular school so Lola can continue homeschooling without distraction.
23rd Jan '18 3:17:34 PM StFan
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Homeschooled kids do not show up in media very often, but when they do, they are usually shown as either [[NoSocialSkills socially inept]] {{nerd}}s or [[TheFundamentalist religious fundamentalists]] (as of 2007, 72% of American parents who homeschool list a religious motivation) who have been sheltered by their paranoid parents. While some homeschooled kids fit these stereotypes (the term 'homeschoolers' in some parts of the homeschooled community refer solely to children fitting this stereotype; in other parts of the homeschooled community 'homeschooler' is a self-identity for anyone homeschooled), not all do. In RealLife, there actually are homeschooling-parent-led networks of homeschooled kids who get together with other homeschooled kids for events just to offset this sort of social issue, though each homeschooling family's involvement in that sort of thing varies.

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Homeschooled kids do not show up in media very often, but when they do, they are usually shown as either [[NoSocialSkills socially inept]] {{nerd}}s or [[TheFundamentalist religious fundamentalists]] (as of 2007, 72% of American parents who homeschool list a religious motivation) who have been sheltered by their paranoid parents. While some homeschooled kids fit these stereotypes (the term 'homeschoolers' "homeschoolers" in some parts of the homeschooled community refer solely to children fitting this stereotype; in other parts of the homeschooled community 'homeschooler' "homeschooler" is a self-identity for anyone homeschooled), not all do. In RealLife, there actually are homeschooling-parent-led networks of homeschooled kids who get together with other homeschooled kids for events just to offset this sort of social issue, though each homeschooling family's involvement in that sort of thing varies.






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* In ''ComicBook/KickAss'', Mindy AKA Hit-Girl didn't go to school and was raised as a {{Tykebomb}} by her dad. [[spoiler:She does join a school at the end of Volume One, after her father bites the dust and her nemesis is defeated]].

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* In ''ComicBook/KickAss'', Mindy AKA a.k.a. Hit-Girl didn't go to school and was raised as a {{Tykebomb}} by her dad. [[spoiler:She does join a school at the end of Volume One, after her father bites the dust and her nemesis is defeated]].



* The protagonist of {{FanFic/The Dream Journal}} is confirmed to be homeschooled in the first chapter.
* The children in the Fanfic/Gensokyo20XX story Gensokyo 20XXV are homeschooled and this is justified, being an ApocalypseAnarchy, in that the kids are taught at home because the schools are A) there isn't that many schools ,B) the ones that are around aren't very safe , and C) many of the teachers are closer to that of students than they are teachers.
* ''Fanfic/DisneyHighSchool'' begins with Quasimodo and Rapunzel ([[RelatedInTheAdaptation who are step-siblings in this story]]) joining the titular school after being taught by Frollo and Gothel their whole lives.

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* The protagonist of {{FanFic/The Dream Journal}} ''Fanfic/TheDreamJournal'' is confirmed to be homeschooled in the first chapter.
* The children in the Fanfic/Gensokyo20XX ''Fanfic/Gensokyo20XX'' story Gensokyo 20XXV are homeschooled and this is justified, being an ApocalypseAnarchy, in that the kids are taught at home because the schools are A) there isn't that many schools ,B) the ones that are around aren't very safe , and C) many of the teachers are closer to that of students than they are teachers.
* ''Fanfic/DisneyHighSchool'' begins with Quasimodo and Rapunzel ([[RelatedInTheAdaptation who are step-siblings in this story]]) joining the titular school after being taught by Frollo and Gothel their whole lives.
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* PlayedWith in ''WesternAnimation/HortonHearsAWho,'' where [[BigBad Jane Kangaroo]] "pouch-schooling" Rudy is meant to paint her as MyBelovedSmother, though Rudy himself is sympathetic and curious.
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* PlayedWith in ''WesternAnimation/HortonHearsAWho,'' where [[BigBad Jane Kangaroo]] "pouch-schooling" Rudy is meant to paint her as MyBelovedSmother, though Rudy himself is sympathetic and curious.



* Asia Ellis in ''Webcomic/{{morphe}}''. [[http://asia-ellis-understoods.tumblr.com/image/46632393343 She tried public school. It didn't work out.]]

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* Asia Ellis in ''Webcomic/{{morphe}}''.''Webcomic/{{morphE}}''. [[http://asia-ellis-understoods.tumblr.com/image/46632393343 She tried public school. It didn't work out.]]



* ''Webcomic/DisneyHighSchool'' begins with Quasimodo and Rapunzel ([[RelatedInTheAdaptation who are step-siblings in this story]]) joining the titular school after being taught by Frollo and Gothel their whole lives.



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15th Jan '18 2:54:18 PM CurledUpWithDakka
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* Dharma of ''Series/DharmaAndGreg'' was homeschooled, and quite well-adjusted at that. It usually comes up when she laments the things she missed out on riding the school bus, going to homecoming, etc although one episode has her realise that the 'history' her conspiracy theorist father taught her wasn't as true as she thought it was.



* Dharma of ''Series/DharmaAndGreg'' was homeschooled, and quite well-adjusted at that. It usually comes up when she laments the things she missed out on riding the school bus, going to homecoming, etc although one episode has her realise that the 'history' her conspiracy theorist father taught her wasn't as true as she thought it was.

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* Dharma of ''Series/DharmaAndGreg'' was homeschooled, and quite well-adjusted at that. It usually comes up when she laments the things she missed out on riding the school bus, going to homecoming, etc although one episode has her realise that the 'history' her conspiracy theorist father taught her wasn't as true as she thought it was.
15th Jan '18 1:41:52 PM Manualclutchings
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* Dharma of ''Series/DharmaAndGreg'' was homeschooled, and quite well-adjusted at that. It usually comes up when she laments the things she missed out on riding the school bus, going to homecoming, etc although one episode has her realise that the 'history' her conspiracy theorist father taught her wasn't as true as she thought it was.
8th Dec '17 8:44:50 AM BulletproofLlama
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* In the Origins episode of ''WesternAnimation/MiraculousLadybug'', Adrien was originally homeschooled prior to becoming Cat Noir, since his father Gabriel wouldn't allow him to attend public school, believing it would interfere with his son's modelling career.



* In the Origins episode of ''WesternAnimation/MiraculousLadybug'', Adrien was originally homeschooled prior to becoming Cat Noir, since his father Gabriel wouldn't allow him to attend public school, believing it would interfere with his son's modelling career.

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* In the Origins episode of ''WesternAnimation/MiraculousLadybug'', Adrien was originally homeschooled prior to becoming Cat Noir, since his father Gabriel wouldn't allow him to attend public school, believing it would interfere with his son's modelling career.
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