The answer, of course, is a resounding yes. I'd like to think that this is mostly in a charming, unique sort of way.
But one particular way that we h/schoolers are a little 'out there' is in the choices that we let our kids make when it comes to their clothing. I've seen a lot of strangely attired h/schooled kids over the years: Lots of mismatched and oddly-put-together clothing; lots of flood pants; lots of holes in very worn sweatpants; wildly disheveled and/or uncombed hair. You name it, it's out there in the h/school community...and in our home!
As if that wasn't enough to create a fashion statement of sorts, she'd also 'combed' her own hair (before pushing the whole brush into the household venting system from where it will never be retrieved), and it was standing straight out from her scalp in wild, frizzy curls in an uneven and decidedly-lumpy manner.
I managed, thankfully, to turn my gasp into a cough...just in time to see her broad grin and hear her say: "Mommy, I'm ready for the day. I washed my face and brushed my teeth, and I got dressed. I love this outfit - it's so colourful and so like me."
Despite the pain behind my eyes, I let her wear the darn outfit until she was ready to change it up.
The very next morning, she and I found time to go through her dresser drawers and cull them of everything that was too small...including both of those pieces, which she seemed not to mind at all because it "was a little too tight to wear" comfortably.
So...in answer to the question...yes, I'd say we're a little on the weird side. Just a little.