God Bless you for your heart and efforts.
The kids need people like you and it will have an impact on some of them.
It’s like the story about the kid throwing the starfish which were washed up on the beach back in the ocean. When challenged that it didn’t matter because he couldn’t save all of them, he commented that he could save some of them and it mattered to the ones he did save.
And there will be homeschooled children who opt for public high school and will appreciate what you are doing for them. They need you, too.
Don’t hesitate to ask for prayers for situations as they come up on the homeschool threads. I don’t see your name on either of my homeschool ping lists. I would be happy to add you to them if you’d like.
You may add me to your lists. I try to drop in on FR during lunch time at school when I can, but time has been at a premium lately (we are busy trying to “teach to the test”—as opposed to educating them) and this has meant lots of meetings, remediation, teacher-training (how to adequately reflect to the state the notion that we’ve been doing all that we can to provide instruction).