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The Return of the Top 5 States Report!

Thu Aug 07, 08 10:11 pm

As of August 5, 2008, the HSA membership roles indicate that the greatest homeschool graduate population concentrations are in the following states:

For a real-time report of the number of homeschoolers in each state see the following: Alumni Network Population Distribution by State

The Top 5 States report has been taking an operational pause, but now that the HSA National Reunion has been successfully accomplished, the Top 5 States reporters again turn their eyes to the ever-growing membership roles on and discover some intriguing developments... Cool

While the Top 5 positions have remained steady since June 2008, Tennessee (#5) now has more than it's old rival Colorado (#7) breathing down its neck with hungry eyes on the #5 space! For the first time in the history of the Top 5 States reports, Ohio (#6) has become a major contender for the #5 position and has Colorado (#7) in a deadlock at 131 graduates each. With only a 2-graduate lead, Tennessee (#5) had better watch its back!

Michigan (#10) is making its own waves this month, by becoming the 10th state to join the 100+ Club with its recent. Hearty congratulations to the home of the Wolverines!

Be sure to turn up here next month to discover whether Tennessee (#5) be able to keep TWO states at bay. Will California (#3) ever find the spunk to climb over Texas (#2) and regain its former position? Who will win the Gold Medal for most graduates recruited in the month of August?

Check back for all these answers and more in next month's Top Five Report. Until then, go tell the homeschool graduates in your area about HSA. We hope to see your state next in the Top 5. Very Happy

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Yay for MO still on #1!
AlysonB, Thu Aug 07, 08 10:35 pm Post

And Oregon is staying the course. Cool
Andrew Plett, Thu Aug 07, 08 10:36 pm Post

Yeah, I am proud of all the OR peoples guys have regular get togethers, had a good showing at the reunion, are great friends, etc, etc. I actually like OR now and might have to let up on the ongoing battle on HSA between OR and MO and myself and BP. Just don't tell Brian. Razz
AlysonB, Thu Aug 07, 08 10:38 pm Post

Funny, I was just thinking about this today...
Lady Rebecca, Thu Aug 07, 08 11:18 pm Post

Michigan, come on... we only need 29 more people to make it in the top 5. Start recruiting!!! Smile
Nate F, Fri Aug 08, 08 1:58 pm Post

All of these people in Mo and I have yet to meet ANY OF THEM!!!!!!!! Evil or Very Mad
rickydrummerboy, Sat Aug 09, 08 2:02 pm Post

I think the coloring code for the map is off. Oregon's the deepest blue... Confused

I need to speak to Oregon geeks about hacking the site... Wink Laughing
Daniel, Sun Aug 10, 08 1:25 pm Post

Yay for Ohio! If I ever move back I can add one more to the numbers. I'm sure West Virginia hardly has any! haha.
Heather G., Sat Aug 16, 08 2:40 pm Post

Come on, California!
Noelle Magnell, Tue Aug 19, 08 7:39 pm Post

I was just wondering... would it work to add the Canadian provinces to that list? I know of at least 7 Albertans Very Happy .
Teresa, Thu Aug 21, 08 8:47 am Post
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