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Homeschool Laws By State

Details: The answer depends on the laws of that country, since a country’s education laws apply to all children who reside there, whether or not they are citizens. Start by contacting the HSLDA Global Outreach team by emailing us at [email protected]org or calling us at 540-338-5600.

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California Homeschool Laws

Details: Questions about how to homeschool in California? Start here for a quick overview: homeschooling laws & requirements, compulsory attendance ages, withdrawal, access to sports & special ed. services, recordkeeping, work permits, jury duty . . .

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Texas Homeschool Laws

Details: Questions about how to homeschool in Texas? Start here for a quick overview: homeschooling laws & requirements, compulsory attendance ages, withdrawal, access to sports & special ed. services, recordkeeping, work permits, jury duty . . .

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Ohio Homeschool Laws

Details: Questions about how to homeschool in Ohio? Start here for a quick overview: homeschooling laws & requirements, compulsory attendance ages, withdrawal, access to sports & special ed. services, recordkeeping, work permits, jury duty . . .

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How to Comply with Maryland’s Homeschool Law

Details: Are you considering homeschooling your child? You can do it! As you get started, it’s important to make sure you comply with the education laws where you live. This page helps you understand how to homeschool legally in Maryland—step-by-step.

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How to Comply with Michigan’s Homeschool Law

Details: Michigan parents may choose to homeschool under the homeschool statute or as a nonpublic school or both. Members of HSLDA may contact us with any specific questions about these options—our dedicated legal team can help you understand how the law applies to your situation.. Option 1: Homeschooling under Michigan’s homeschool statute

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New York Homeschool Laws

Details: Questions about how to homeschool in New York? Start here for a quick overview: homeschooling laws & requirements, compulsory attendance ages, withdrawal, access to sports & special ed. services, recordkeeping, work permits, jury duty . . .

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Sample By Laws for Homeschool Non-Profit

Details: By-Laws for AAA. Article 1 – Name, Purpose, Location. Section 1 – The name of this organization shall be AAA. Section 2 – AAA is organized exclusively for religious and educational purposes. The mission of AAA is to love and honor Christ as we encourage, educate and engage with the local community of homeschool families.

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Hawaii Homeschool Laws

Details: Questions about how to homeschool in Hawaii? Start here for a quick overview: homeschooling laws & requirements, compulsory attendance ages, withdrawal, access to sports & special ed. services, recordkeeping, work permits, jury duty . . .

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North Dakota Homeschool Laws

Details: Questions about how to homeschool in North Dakota? Start here for a quick overview: homeschooling laws & requirements, compulsory attendance ages, withdrawal, access to sports & special ed. services, recordkeeping, work permits, jury duty . . .

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How to Comply with California’s Homeschool Law

Details: Option 1: Homeschooling as a home-based private school. In order to operate your homeschool program as a private school, you should follow these requirements: File an annual private school affidavit. This form must be filed with the California Superintendent of Public Instruction between October 1 and October 15 of each school year.

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How to Comply with Oregon’s Homeschool Law

Details: 1. Notify the education service district (ESD). You must send a one-time notice of intent to homeschool to your local ESD in writing within 10 days of starting your homeschool program, or within 10 days of withdrawing your child from public school to be taught at home. The notice must include your name and the names, addresses, and birth dates

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How to Comply with Louisiana's Homeschool Law

Details: 3. Provide annual notice of attendance. You must annually report to the Louisiana Department of Education your home-based private school’s total attendance as of the 30th day of your school term. If you are an HSLDA member, you may use our Notification of Attendance in a Private School form, attached below. 4.

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How to Comply with North Carolina’s Homeschool Law

Details: North Carolina law defines a “home school” as “a nonpublic school consisting of the children of not more than two families or households, where the parents or legal guardians or members of either household determine the scope and sequence of academic instruction, provide academic instruction, and determine additional sources of academic instruction.”

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Child Labor and Work Permit Laws in California

Details: Labor laws and work permit requirements are directed at employers. Employers are responsible for ensuring that they comply with state and federal labor laws. This analysis is a guide for homeschoolers seeking employment and should not be used as a guide for employers.

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How to Comply with Alaska’s Homeschool Law

Details: Part 7 of 9: Child Labor and Work Permit Laws in Alaska. Part 8 of 9: Jury Duty Laws in Alaska. Part 9 of 9: Alaska Legal Analysis. Video How to Comply with Alaska’s Homeschool Law. Simple step-by-step instructions. HSLDA. July 15, 2020. In Alaska, there are four options under which you can legally homeschool. Once you have chosen one of the

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How to Comply with Delaware’s Homeschool Law

Details: Option 1: Homeschooling as a single-family homeschool. A single-family homeschool means the child is educated primarily by his or her parent (s) or legal guardian (s), mostly in their own home. 1. Report enrollment at the beginning of the school year. Every year, on or before October 5, your homeschool must submit a statement of pupil

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How to Comply with Colorado’s Homeschool Law

Details: Colorado law specifically refers to homeschooling in Colo. Rev. Stat. § 22-33-104.5. To homeschool under this statute, you’ll need to follow these guidelines. 1. Decide who will be homeschooling your child. Instruction must be provided by a parent, guardian, or …

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How to Comply with Connecticut’s Homeschool Law

Details: Parents have both a statutory and constitutional right to educate their children at home, and they are not required by law to initiate any contact with government officials before they begin to homeschool. Depending on where you live, school officials may ask you to …

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How to Comply with Idaho’s Homeschool Law

Details: Idaho does not require homeschool parents to possess any particular qualifications, obtain school district approval, or test their children. If your public school district asks for information about your homeschool program, you are not legally required to furnish it. These are the steps to homeschool legally in Idaho: 1.

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How to Comply with Oklahoma’s Homeschool Law

Details: Part 7 of 9: Child Labor and Work Permit Laws in Oklahoma. Part 8 of 9: Jury Duty Laws in Oklahoma. Part 9 of 9: Oklahoma Legal Analysis. Video How to Comply with Oklahoma’s Homeschool Law. Simple step-by-step instructions. HSLDA. June 18, 2020. In Oklahoma, there are no reporting and testing requirements for homeschool programs. As long as

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How to Comply with Washington’s Homeschool Law

Details: 1. Meet the teacher qualifications. You must be qualified to operate a homeschool program by either: instructing only your child and being supervised by a certificated person (i.e., the certificated person and the parent together plan the educational objectives; the certificated person has a minimum average of one contact hour per week with the child; and the certificated person evaluates …

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How to Comply with Arkansas’ Homeschool Law

Details: In 2019, the laws related to obtaining a learner’s permit or driver’s license were changed so that now no evidence of schooling needs to be submitted. Before the passage of the bill, HB 1867, homeschool students were required to submit a notarized copy of their current notice of intent to homeschool as part of the permit-license process.

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How to Comply with Texas’s Homeschool Law

Details: Part 7 of 9: Child Labor and Work Permit Laws in Texas. Part 8 of 9: Jury Duty Laws in Texas. Part 9 of 9: Texas Legal Analysis. Video How to Comply with Texas’s Homeschool Law. Simple step-by-step instructions. HSLDA. November 30, 2020. In Texas, homeschools are considered private schools. To legally homeschool, you will need to follow these

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How to Comply with Massachusetts' Homeschool Law

Details: HSLDA. June 18, 2020. Massachusetts’ compulsory attendance law provides that children must attend a recognized and/or approved school or be educated in some other way that is approved in advance by the local school committee or superintendent. To legally homeschool, you will need to follow these requirements:

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How to Comply with the District of Columbia’s Homeschool Law

Details: The form states that it should be accompanied (initially) by a copy of your high school diploma or GED. If you cannot locate your diploma or GED, a cover letter stating that you have one but are unable to locate it is an appropriate alternative. Not …

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How to Comply with Florida’s Homeschool Law

Details: Part 7 of 9: Child Labor and Work Permit Laws in Florida. Part 8 of 9: Jury Duty Laws in Florida. Part 9 of 9: Florida Legal Analysis. Video How to Comply with Florida’s Homeschool Law. Simple step-by-step instructions. HSLDA. June 16, 2020. In Florida, there are three options under which you can legally homeschool. After choosing the option

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How to Comply with New Hampshire’s Homeschool Law

Details: New Hampshire law states: “The general court recognizes . . . that it is the primary right and obligation of a parent to choose the appropriate educational alternative for a child under his care and supervision, as provided by law. . . .

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How to Comply with Iowa’s Homeschool Law

Details: If you opt to homeschool with an annual assessment, you will need to follow these guidelines: 1. File a Form A. You must file a Form A by September 1 of each year.. If you are moving into the state or starting homeschooling after the school year has begun, you need to submit a form that is at least partially completed within 14 calendar days of starting homeschooling and a fully completed form

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How to Comply with Nebraska’s Homeschool Law

Details: Part 7 of 9: Child Labor and Work Permit Laws in Nebraska. Part 8 of 9: Jury Duty Laws in Nebraska. Part 9 of 9: Nebraska Legal Analysis. Video How to Comply with Nebraska’s Homeschool Law. Simple step-by-step instructions. HSLDA. June 15, 2020.

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How to Comply with Nevada’s Homeschool Law

Details: June 29, 2020. To homeschool in Nevada, follow these steps: 1. File a one-time notice of intent to homeschool. File the notice of intent with the superintendent of your local school district. You must file the notice before you start your homeschool program, or not later than 10 days after your child has been formally withdrawn from public

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Compulsory School Age in Maryland

Details: Compulsory school attendance begins when your child turns 5 and continues until your child completes one of the following: turns 18, obtains a high school diploma or GED, or. completes a program of regular, thorough instruction in the studies usually taught in public schools to children of the same age. If your child turns 5 during the school

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How to Comply with South Carolina’s Homeschool Law

Details: 1. Enroll in a homeschool association that has at least 50 member families. 2. Comply with your homeschool association’s requirements. State law requires homeschool associations to maintain the following minimum requirements for homeschooling parents: You must have at least a high school diploma or GED.

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Arizona Legal Analysis

Details: June 15, 2020. Our attorneys have carefully reviewed all of the laws related to homeschooling in Arizona and have provided you with this helpful analysis of legal issues and references to key homeschooling cases and laws. Note: This analysis is not intended to be, and does not constitute, the giving of legal advice.

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How to Withdraw Your Child from School in West Virginia

Details: Part 7 of 9: Child Labor and Work Permit Laws in West Virginia. Part 8 of 9: Jury Duty Laws in West Virginia. Part 9 of 9: West Virginia Legal Analysis. Article How to Withdraw Your Child from School in West Virginia. The when, where, and how. HSLDA. July 01, 2020.

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Public School Access for Homeschoolers in Washington

Details: Homeschoolers have access to interscholastic contests and competitions because the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) deems homeschoolers to be “regular members” of the local public school where they have filed their notice of intent to homeschool. Rule18.5.3andQ&A-2. The WIAA has prepared an academic plan contract for the student, his parents, public school …

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Compulsory School Age in California

Details: June 29, 2020. In California, each child must attend school or comply with the homeschool laws starting with the school year in which he or she turns 6 by September 1 and ending on the child’s 18th birthday. HSLDA believes that a parent-issued diploma and transcript should be sufficient to demonstrate that a child has completed a secondary

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Special Education Provisions for North Carolina

Details: June 15, 2020. If you are homeschooling a child with special needs, you need to follow your state’s homeschool regulations. There are no additional requirements for homeschooling children with special needs. According to Section 115C-563 of North Carolina General statutes, homeschools are classified as "non public schools."

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How to Comply with Ohio’s Homeschool Law

Details: Option 1: Homeschooling under Ohio’s homeschool statute. Children may be excused from compulsory attendance in order to be home educated if their parents comply with the state’s homeschool regulations. Follow these steps to homeschool under this option: 1. Submit annual notification to the school district in order for your child to be

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How to Comply with North Dakota’s Homeschool Law

Details: 1. Ensure that you have the required teacher qualifications. You must be a parent of the child you are homeschooling, and you must have a high school diploma or a GED to supervise the child’s home education unless you are monitored by a North Dakota certified teacher as described below.. Here is what to do if you do not have a high school diploma or GED:

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Compulsory School Age in South Carolina

Details: June 15, 2021. Your child must attend school or comply with the homeschool laws starting with the academic year when he or she is 5 years old before September 1. Thereafter, your child must continue attending school until he or she graduates from high school or turns 17. If your child is 5 but will not turn 6 until after September 1, you may

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Special Education Provisions for Texas

Details: Part 5 of 9: Special Education Provisions for Texas. Part 6 of 9: The Importance of Recordkeeping in Texas. Part 7 of 9: Child Labor and Work Permit Laws in Texas. Part 8 of 9: Jury Duty Laws in Texas. Part 9 of 9: Texas Legal Analysis. Part 1 of 9: How to Comply with Texas’s Homeschool Law. Part 2 of 9: Compulsory School Age in Texas.

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How to Comply with Kentucky’s Homeschool Law

Details: Part 7 of 9: Child Labor and Work Permit Laws in Kentucky. Part 8 of 9: Jury Duty Laws in Kentucky. Part 9 of 9: Kentucky Legal Analysis. Video How to Comply with Kentucky’s Homeschool Law. Simple step-by-step instructions. HSLDA. June 17, 2020. In Kentucky, there is no homeschool statute. Homeschools operate under the private school statute

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How to Comply with New York’s Homeschool Law

Details: HSLDA. June 15, 2020. 1. Submit a notice of intent. You must submit a notice of intent to homeschool to the district superintendent by July 1 (the beginning of the school year) annually, or within 14 days of establishing your new homeschool program during the school year. HSLDA has a notice of intent form for our members’ use, attached below.

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Special Education Provisions for Alabama

Details: June 15, 2020. If you are homeschooling a child with special needs, you need to follow your state’s homeschool regulations. There are no additional requirements for homeschooling children with special needs. Most parents in Alabama teach their children at home under the auspices of a church school, pursuant to Section 16-28-1 (2) et seq of

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Compulsory School Age in Nevada

Details: HSLDA. June 29, 2020. When a child turns 7 and until he or she reaches 18, the child must attend school or comply with the homeschool laws. HSLDA believes that a parent-issued diploma and transcript should be sufficient to demonstrate that a child has completed a secondary education. However, even if your child is beyond compulsory school

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