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HSLDA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, tax-exempt, religious, membership organization that advocates for homeschooling, defends the civil rights of homeschoolers, and provides assistance to homeschoolers in hard times. We are governed by a board and no profits inure to the benefit of any employees or board members. Membership dues are not tax-deductible, but as a 501(c)(3), we are able to receive tax-deductible donations. Learn more about HSLDA here.

As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, HSLDA does not directly or indirectly participate or intervene in any political campaign on behalf of (or in opposition to) any candidate for elective public office.

Our sister organization, HSLDA Action, is a 501(c)(4) organization and is permitted to endorse political candidates and engage in lobbying that is germane to its purposes. HSLDA Action’s Political Action Committee endorses candidates who support homeschool freedom and lobbies on behalf of homeschool freedom.

Learn more about HSLDA Action here.

Yes. HSLDA’s leaders, directors, and employees are Christians who seek to honor God by providing the very highest levels of service in defending homeschool freedom and equipping homeschoolers. And because of our beliefs, we want every family to have the freedom to direct their children’s education, no matter their background or religious affiliation. Therefore, we do not make religious beliefs a condition of membership or any other service we offer. You can learn more about HSLDA here.

Yes. All personal information is confidential—including whether or not you are a member, all contact and personal information, information about your family, and any information about legal services you have received.

HSLDA may send to you information on behalf of our partners, but we do not share your personal information with anyone.*

Read our full privacy policy.

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Anna Soltis

Anna Soltis is homeschool grad and HSLDA’s Social Media Specialist. In her off-time, when she is not reading or working on various craft projects, she can often be found daydreaming about Montana mountains and new places to see.
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HSLDA Helps Homeschool Graduate Into Taiwanese University

A homeschool graduate from North Carolina was refused admission by a university in Taiwan because officials just didn’t know about homeschooling. After they asked HSLDA to explain, things changed for the better.
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Karim Morato, MEd

Karim Morato supports homeschooling parents by serving in HSLDA's educational consulting department. She is a certified Spanish teacher, with her master’s degree in curriculum and online learning from George Mason University,
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Thinking about Homeschooling? Q&A

Wondering about homeschooling, is it right for you, the pros and cons, am I qualified to teach my kids, can I work full time while homeschooing? Join a homeschool expert and two HSLDA attorneys for answers!
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You Can Homeschool Through High School!

Learn about homeschooling through high school, transcripts, dual-enrollment, accreditation, creating a 4-year plan, and more from HSLDA Senior Counsel Mike Donnelly, HSLDA Director of Group Services Darren Jones, and an HSLDA High School Consultant.
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Ready, Set, Go! Choosing Homeschool Curriculum (and More!)

Have questions about starting to homeschool, choosing curriculum, or motivating your kids? Curriculum expert Cathy Duffy and HSLDA Educational Consultants LaNissir James and Kristi Horner team up to help a new homeschool mom with answers and tools.
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Am I Qualified to Homeschool?

Wondering if you are qualified to homeschool, what personalized home education can look like, and what to do about more challenging subjects? Join an HSLDA consultant and HSLDA Staff Attorney as they answer these questions.
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A Unit Study Educational Approach

What exactly is a unit study? Learn about this educational approach from homeschool mom and HSLDA Educational Consultant Director Heather Frommack!
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Let’s Talk about Homeschooling in High School | Ep. 61

Join HSLDA High School Consultant LaNissir James and Lillie Schmidt from HSLDA Online Academy for a conversation all about homeschooling through high school.
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Q&A: Homeschooling 6th through 8th Grade | Ep. 54

Got questions about homeschooling in middle school? Join Heather Frommack (HSLDA director of outreach and consulting services) and Natalie Mack (HSLDA high school consultant).
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