Homeschooled Actors in The New Yorker

Here’s an interesting article about a group of HS kids in a musical production of Snoopy in NYC.  The kids have some interesting musings on what it’s like to have never been in traditional schools and they are certainly success stories.

“We were part of a parent-run playgroup, and at some point everyone started testing to get into the right school, and I thought it was insane,” their mother, Erynn Albert, said. (As it turns out, all four Albert offspring have got into the most insanely competitive gifted-and-talented program of them all, the Metropolitan Opera Children’s Chorus; the two middle ones will appear in “Tosca” this fall.)…

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