No, homeschool kids end up weird. You need the social experience of school.
I was homeschooled, we get plenty of social interaction through homeschool organizations that hold teen meetings, sports/activities (my group has softball, soccer, chess, and about anything else you can imagine). There`s also activities within communties.
Most families are religious as well, so their kids get social interaction with other kids at church, not to mention friends around the neighborhood.
Most homeschool kids are happy too. Happier than any public schoolers I know (I have a large circle of public school friends as well) who tend to have a lot of problems with depression.
There`s always the odd extremist who never lets the kids out of the house, only lets them watch veggie tales until their 18, and doesn`t teach the kids to ride a bike till their 13 (I knew a family like that), but that`s nowhere near the general rule.
As far as weird goes, aren`t we all? :2thumbsup: Weirdness makes us individuals.
Unless you`re talking religiously weird/extremism, but that`s not the general rule either.
I fully intend on homeschooling my kids.