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Virginia: Can School Districts Write Laws?
Two of HSLDA’s attorneys asked the Virginia Supreme Court to stop school districts from making up their own homeschooling laws.

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Loudoun: Peace in the Valley on Religious Exemption!


Do I Need to File Homeschool Paperwork if my Child is in an Online Private School?


Legislature Closes: Homeschool Freedom in Good Shape


School Board Resumes Battle Against Faith-Based Homeschooling


Why the Virginia Supreme Court Needs to Protect Homeschoolers


Fighting Discriminatory College Tuition Bills in Richmond


School Board Calls for Change to Religious Exemption


School Official Calls HSLDA Arguments “Persuasive” and Retracts Unlawful Position


Loudoun Targets Virginia’s Religious Exemption


School Apologizes for Remediation Threat


Official: Homeschool Diploma Disqualifies Mom from Teaching


School Board Threatens Family over Birth Certificate Demand


Holistic Evaluation Reveals Child’s True Progress


HSLDA Helps Remove Probation Threat


District Tells Families Under Religious Exemption They Must File Assessment

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·LAWS: How to legally homeschool in Virginia.
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·CASES: Defending Virginia homeschoolers in court.
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• Resources for Homeschooled Students Seeking Public School Credits

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

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