Get Started on Your Homeschool Journey
Explore what this exciting alternative looks like, how it works, and whether it might be a good fit for your family.Read more »
Learn all about withdrawing from public school, state requirements, testing, mandatory subjects, deadlines, and more.Read more »
Just beginning? Find out about learning readiness, learning preferences, choosing curriculum, and planning your year.Read more »
Does your child learn differently? From diagnosis to IEPs to accommodations and assistive technology, find their best path.Read more »
Discover your teen's interests, develop a custom high school plan, and equip them to become a caring, responsible adult.Read more »
What we do
With over 100,000 member families, Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA) is the nation’s largest, most trusted homeschool advocacy organization. We’re here to advance and protect your freedom to homeschool.
We protect your right to homeschool in court, advocate for homeschool freedom in state legislatures, and work to advance homeschooling in the public arena.
Our highly trained consultants offer personalized guidance and answers for every stage of homeschooling—including getting started, learning disabilities, and high school.
Strength in Community
Through the combined efforts of our community we make it possible for all families to experience the joys of homeschool freedom.
I've only been a member for a few months, but I joined in crisis and got such an amazing peace of mind. I will be a member of HSLDA until I no longer homeschool and I'll recommend them for life.
I initially joined HSLDA for the legal protection, but have found you to be an invaluable resource. I have found your special education references to be a wonderful asset, and we are making progress where the school and therapists were making none.
HSLDA is a fantastic organization! We have been members for years and continue our supporting their efforts through membership even though our youngest graduated two years ago. Valuable resources and wonderful people.