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New Jersey: “Homeschooling Must Be Approved”?

When a mom decided to start homeschooling her son, an official at the public school he had attended made several unfounded demands. After our attorney got involved, the official finally stopped.

A College Accepted This Grad’s Homeschool Diploma. A Licensing Agency Didn’t.

A homeschool graduate with an associate’s degree applied to a medical certification board in hopes of becoming a qualified pathologist. Officials refused to let her take the test. Then she contacted HSLDA.

Employees Support Grad for Hospital Job after Homeschool Diploma Rejected

A qualified homeschooled graduate was refused a job because a hospital and its background check company didn’t understand homeschool law. With a little perseverance and a lot of support, some surprising things happened.

New Jersey Withdrawal Form

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

Formulario de retiro de New Jersey

Puede usar este formulario para seguir el procedimiento de retiro de la escuela de New Jersey a la que su hijo asiste actualmente.

Public School Access for Homeschoolers in New Jersey

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

How to Withdraw Your Child from School in New Jersey

How to withdraw your child from their current school in New Jersey and start homeschooling them.

Compulsory School Age in New Jersey

Here’s when you need to start following New Jersey’s compulsory school law for each of your children.

Cómo cumplir con las leyes de educación en el hogar en New Jersey

¿Está considerando educar a su hijo en casa? ¡Puede hacerlo! Al comenzar, es importante asegurarse de cumplir con las leyes de educación. Esta página le ayudará a entender paso por paso cómo educar legalmente a su hijo en casa en New Jersey.

Edad de asistencia escolar obligatoria en New Jersey

¿Cuándo debe empezar a cumplir con las leyes de asistencia obligatoria en New Jersey con cada uno de sus hijos?