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Wash, Rinse, Repeat: HSLDA Helps Grad Overcome Cosmetology School Discrimination

This school was apparently unaware of a 2013 policy that recognizes homeschool diplomas. But they resolved the situation quickly after a homeschool graduate they said need a GED called HSLDA.

Public School Spins Part-Time Academy as “Homeschool Away From Home”

A public school district has created a new campus with full-time teachers and a principal in order to teach homeschoolers part-time. But homeschoolers should know they’ll give up freedoms when they enroll.

Homeschool Grad Blazes Trail to Become Top Executive’s Bodyguard

Malinda experience providing personal security showed a top tech company she is qualified to protect their CEO and his family. But her hiring process hit a speed bump when she submitted her high school diploma.

Washington Declaration of Intent Form

Washington residents must file the Declaration of Intent to Homeschool using the format prescribed by the Superintendent of Public Instruction. If your district's form is not in compliance with state law, please use HSLDA's form.

Formulario de Declaración de Intención de Washington

Utilice este formulario como se indica a continuación.

Washington Withdrawal Form

You can use this form to follow the withdrawal procedure of the Washington school your child is currently attending.

Formulario para retirar a un estudiante en Washington

Puede utilizar este formulario para seguir el procedimiento de Washington para retirar a su estudiante de la escuela a la cual asiste actualmente.

Acceso a la escuela pública para niños que estudian en casa en Washington

Esto es lo que dice la ley en Washington acerca del acceso a clases o servicios de la escuela pública para estudiantes que son educados en casa.

Public School Access for Homeschoolers in Washington

Here’s what Washington law says about homeschool students’ access to public school classes or services.

Cómo retirar a su hijo de la escuela presencial en Washington

Cómo retirar a su hijo de su escuela actual en Washington para empezar a educarlo en casa.