HOMESCHOOLING / STATE
Virginia
Virginia
HOME | LAWS | ORGANIZATIONS | CASES | LEGISLATION | COMMON CORE

 Headlines
More... 
RSS

Social Workers Snatch Sick Kids
HSLDA is suing authorities who accused a homeschooling mom of faking her children’s illnesses in order to get attention. The children were genuinely sick but were removed from their home and placed in foster care.

More Headlines


Peace in Pittsylvania


Why a Study of the Religious Exemption to Schooling is Unnecessary—Talking Points


Bedford County Drops Report Card Demand


Prince William County Seeks Scope and Sequence, Additional Form


Student Removed from Probation


Prince William Seeks Birth Dates


Probation Withdrawn after HSLDA Intervenes


Washington Post Gets it Wrong on Freedom, Homeschooling


Religious Exemption Homeschoolers Given Green Light to Teach Driver’s Ed


Salem Stops Hassling Family over Kindergarten Exemption


Sports Access Legislation Coming


Mathews County Gives PSAT to Homeschooler After HSLDA Calls


Defending the Religious Exemption


Centra Health Acknowledges Homeschool Diploma

 HSLDA Alerts & Information (VA)
More... 
RSS

8/22/2014Join Michael Farris at a Convention of States Debate in Manassas August 28
8/13/2014Virginia: Updated Hampton Notice Still Gets it Wrong
8/4/2014Hampton Won't "Accept" Your Notice of Intent?
7/23/2014Hampton: What's Wrong With Their Notice of Intent Form?
7/21/2014Virginia: Know the Law to Protect Your Freedom
More...


 Virginia Resources
·LAWS: How to legally homeschool in Virginia.
·ORGANIZATIONS: Connect with national, state, and local support groups.
·CASES: Defending Virginia homeschoolers in court.
·LEGISLATION: Virginia legislation that affects homeschoolers.

• Resources for Homeschooled Students Seeking Public School Credits

• Analysis of Homeschool Academic Achievement under Virginia’s Religious Exemption

 HSLDA Member Resources
·Virginia Forms and Other Resources
·HSLDA Member Discounts
·Contact Your Staff
·Update Your Account Information
Not a member? JOIN TODAY!

 State Legislation
RSS

ACTION | WATCH | OPEN | INACTIVE

INACTIVE House Bill 63: Creates Avenue for Public School Sports Participation for Homeschoolers
2/20/2014

INACTIVE House Joint Resolution 92: Requesting Education Department Study of Religious Exemption to Compulsory School
1/30/2014

INACTIVE House Bill 239: Tax Credits for Home Instruction
2/12/2014

INACTIVE House Bill 950: Home Instruction and Private School Tax Credit
1/31/2014

OPEN The Virginia Legislature is in Session
1/8/2014

Other information:
- Federal Legislation
- Current State Legislation
- State Legislation Archive

 Active Cases
RSS

Other information:
- All Active Cases
- Browse Case Archive