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Our mission is to make homeschooling possible, therefore we focus our efforts solely on supporting homeschooling families—that is, families who are currently homeschooling or who are withdrawing their children from public school to begin homeschooling. Transferring into public school steps beyond the scope of our mission.

It's also important to remember that every school, public or private, has the right to determine their own policy. This means it is up to the discretion of each public school district to determine what credits they will or will not accept, or whether they require prospective students to take placement tests.


Judge Calls Homeschooling Harmful, Orders Child Back to School

A judge ordered a mother to send her child back to school, ruling that homeschooling fails to prepare students for adult life.

Unmarked Car, Home Visits Part of District’s Effort to Win Back Homeschoolers

Homeschool families report a barrage of unusually intrusive contacts by district officials determined to get students back on public school rolls.

When School Officials Overstep the Law | Ep. 32

School officials often overstep the law. Listen to HSLDA's Attorney Scott Woodruff talk about why this happens—and why is it important to push back.

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.

Homeschooling through the Holidays? Q&A

How do parents juggle homeschooling and the holidays? Get tips and ideas for how to handle the busyness of the season, including transitioning in and out of holiday breaks, service opportunities, and more!

Single-Parent Homeschooling: Success Strategies Q&A

Single working mom and army wife share how flexibility, planning, support, innovation create customized homeschooling where kids thrive: watch free webinar!

State Admits Homeschooling Grandma Did Nothing Wrong


Judge Sentences Mom for... Late Paperwork?


Son's Illness Lands Mom in Court


Case Dismissed: Court Throws Out "Reckless" Allegations