It’s all individual and dependent upon your family’s and communities’ resources. My pro could be your con. Here is what I mean:
One pro would be that you can move ahead or take extra time with a concept or subject area. You have more flexibility. That can be a con if you believe you or your kids are ahead when they are not. The evaluation of mastery is only as good as the evaluator, ( the parent )
Another pro would be that you select your social group. You can refuse to associate with bullies. That can be a con if you limit your social interactions to others like you. When you go out into the work world, everyone will not be a homeschooled Christian who belonged to your co-op. You could be super busy and have a narrow group or super busy and out in a wide group. There’s plenty of homeschooling families who both in homeschooling.
Here’s my best advice: homeschooling is an excellent opportunity if you think critically and realize the world doesn’t revolve around you. You may have lots of opportunities and resources, another person may not. Homeschooled students who are limited to others like them don’t realize schooled kids read, go to camps, volunteer, learn new skills and trades over the summer and after 3pm. When mom sells your superiority your whole life, and limits your social groups, it’s easy to see yourself pridefully. Suddenly at 20 you’re not, and nobody cares if you were homeschooled. If you’re too dependent upon your parents and find it difficult to break away, stretch yourself toward independence.
Make a list of pros and cons and evaluate them for YOURSELF