Originally Posted by Number1Coach
TCF is spot on here , we have homeschool our player since 1st grade and he is quite the player but his most significant compliments have been his manners, his ability to hold great conversations with substance , has solid goals set up for now and the rest of his life, you find 2nd year college kids still looking for a major these day its the majority the others are usually set up for the family business .
Coach, it's good he is well mannered and can converse well. That is different from being well educated. I'm sure you realize that the average SAT score in the top high schools is around 2100. Specifically, Stuyvesant's "average" SAT score is 2090. From everything I have heard from college coaches, there is usually 1 or 2 home schooled tennis kids scoring at that level, usually a girl. When it comes to SAT scores kids home schooled for tennis cannot compete with the graduates of the top high schools.