In Wyoming, there are two options under which you may legally homeschool. You are free to choose the option that best meets your family’s needs.
Here are the options:
Option 1: Homeschooling under Wyoming’s homeschool statute.
1. Submit your curriculum to the public school district annually.
Every year, you must submit to your local public school district board of trustees a curriculum showing that your child is receiving “sequentially progressive” instruction in the required subjects listed below. HSLDA members may download our template for submitting curriculum—see the "Wyoming Submission of Curriculum for Home-Based Educational Program" attachment below.
2. Teach the required subjects.
Wyoming law requires homeschooling parents to provide a sequentially progressive curriculum of fundamental instruction in reading, writing, mathematics, civics, history, literature, and science.
Option 2: Homeschool as a parochial, church, or religious school.
You may enroll your child in a church school that allows you to teach your child at home. In order to qualify under this option, your homeschool must be under the auspices or control of a local church, denomination, or similar religious organization.
Please note: The information on this page has been reviewed by an attorney, but it should not be taken as legal advice specific to your individual situation.