Homeschool Laws by State

Homeschool doesn't have to feel overwhelming.

Homeschool is legal in all states across the U. S. However, laws are established at the state level. These laws can vary widely and may include things such as:

– Withdrawing from public school
– Registering your homeschool
– How to keep and submit records
– Requirements for standardized testing
– Various course requirements

Is your homeschool program compliant?

In order to ensure that your homeschool program is complaint be sure to do the following:

  1. Research your state’s homeschooling laws and what your responsibilities are as a parent.
  2. Officially withdraw your child from their current public or private school, if they are currently enrolled in one.
  3. Decide which homeschool method you will use and what specific curriculum if any is required or needed. 
  4. Begin teaching your child the subjects required by your state.
  5. Keep all records required by your homeschool state laws. Which can easily be done using the Modify™ app. 
We believe homeschooling should be as stress-free as possible which is why we work hard to provide information and resources that will help make your homeschool journey less overwhelming and more enjoyable.
This information is not provided as legal advice. It is your responsibility to interpret and understand the laws in the state that you are homeschooling in. 

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