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What about Socialization?

The better question is, “What about healthy socialization?” Homeschooling may be the answer.



Privacy Policy

At HSLDA we take your privacy seriously. What kinds of data do we gather, how do we protect it, and what do we do with it? You can find out, make choices about your data, and know that your information is secure.

More Big Questions About High School

What about life after graduation? Will my child be able to get a job, go to college, join the military, pursue a trade?

Our Related Organizations and Strategic Partners

As you get to know HSLDA, you may come across other organizations that seem to be related to us in some way. Here’s a guide to HSLDA’s relationship with these groups.

The Big Questions About High School

Can I really teach high school–level courses? Do homeschool graduates get into college? If you’re considering homeschooling your high schooler, you probably have lots of questions.

Choosing and Documenting High School Extracurricular Activities

Everything you ever wanted to know about including extracurriculars in your homeschool!

What You Need to Know about End-of-Year Testing

What do you need to know about end-of-year testing? Hear the answer from HSLDA Special Needs Consultant Krisa Winn.

Honoring Our Heritage

Teaching our children about heritage has a profoundly grounding and encouraging effect.

Homeschool Co-ops: The Good, the Bad, and the Unexpected

If you’re wondering about co-ops, here is this mom’s experience. 

How Do You Ask?

Hint: It’s not just about minding P’s and Q’s. 

Homeschool Mom Starts Support Network for Colombian Families

A homeschooling mother shares with a little about homeschooling in Colombia, especially in Medellin.

Wunderlich Fact Sheet

Learn more about the Wunderlich family and their fight for homeschool freedom in Germany!

Taking the PSAT

Here’s everything you need to know about the PSAT, which prepares teens for college entrance exams and also makes them eligible for scholarships.

If You Suspect Child Abuse

Here are some guidelines to help you evaluate your concerns about possible abuse and determine the best way to respond.

History of HSLDA

In the early 1980s, when Mike Farris—an attorney and homeschooling dad—started getting calls from other homeschooling families looking for legal representation, he quickly realized that this was bigger problem than he could solve on his own.

What We Do

We do a lot of different things, but it’s all motivated by our desire to help children thrive and succeed through homeschooling. Here’s an overview of our main areas of work.

Our Mission

For over 35 years, HSLDA has worked to make homeschooling possible for every family that wants to do it. And we’ll continue to make it possible for as long as we’re around.

Who We Are

HSLDA is a non-profit advocacy organization that makes homeschooling possible by protecting homeschooling families and equipping them to provide the best educational experience for their children.

Homeschooler’s Novel a Double Triumph

While publishing a story about teens resisting an oppressive regime, Joel had to overcome some difficulties of his own. 
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