(WTOK-TV) Tim Tebow is a name most folks associate with football. Now the question is, did you know he was home-schooled and allowed to play public school ball? A Mississippi family wants students in this state to have that option.
"We want the best education we can have for our kids," said Bryant Butler, who homeschools his four children.
Butler says they're not just learning by the books. They're all active, involved in the arts and athletics. The oldest plays football, tap dances and plays violin.
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"To us, that's an equal part of education. It's just as important as the biology," said Butler. "Just as important as the Latin, any of the other languages, arts, those things that you learn outside the classroom."