Tim Tebow a shining example for homeschooled athletes
“I like hitting people,” he said.
The teenager is broad and stout, perfectly suited for the offensive line and for popping defenders. But even though he lives in Oklahoma City, he can’t play for Douglass or Southeast or any other high school in the district.
Truth is, he can’t play for any public school in the state.
McCullough is homeschooled.
Oklahoma does not allow homeschool students to participate in public school athletics. While the state remains in the majority, the number of states allowing homeschoolers to play has grown to 24. Read more…