Q will be home schooled just like her sisters. Maybe not always and forever but for now. I have one daughter who will enter high school next year and she will be my only that has ever stepped foot in any sort of "structured" school. It will be on a semester by semester basis. She knows that if I see any negative changes in her that cannot be resolved, I will encourage her to come home. I have graduated two kids already, I know how to do high school. I want her to have a wonderful experience but how nice to know you have options.
Now I am not saying that my youngest doesn't need social interaction. That she does and gets now, but jeez did every farm girl or boy end up socially retarded because they lived a mostly isolated life. Of course mine won't be isolated as we attend church and Awana and home school groups and dance and the like. You get where I am going. I just needed to listen to that voice and know that the reason it wasn't feeling right before is because for us, it wasn't right. If at all you have the chance to home school, try it. You will be blessed with a wonderful life with your kids. I did it for eighteen years while working too, part time, but it can be done.
I in no way am putting down the other options of schooling out there. That is not my style. I feel we all have to choose our own path of parenting. But for me and my house, I had to make a decision for my youngest and feel at peace that once again the old books that had been boxed up and ready to pass on just weeks before I found out I was pregnant with her, will once again be opened and used and shared at the kitchen table.