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Virginia Religious Exemption Memo

HSLDA members who would like to learn more about the religious exemption legislation in Virginia may read this memo from our attorneys.
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Ohio 08 School Forms

If you choose to homeschool as a non-chartered, non-tax supported ("08") school in Ohio, you can use the forms below to keep and report the required records.
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Virginia Certified Tutor Letter

Virginia residents may fill out this letter and mail it "CERTIFIED MAIL/RETURN RECEIPT REQUESTED" to the superintendent of your school district.
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Iowa PSEO Form

If you would like to enroll your student in a Post-Secondary Enrollment Option class in the state of Iowa, you may use the template below.
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Ohio 08 School Report of Attendance Form

If you choose to homeschool as a non-chartered, non-tax supported ("08") school in Ohio, you can use this form to fulfill attendance record keeping requirements.
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Ohio 08 School Report to Parents Sample Letters

If you choose to homeschool as a non-chartered, non-tax supported ("08") school in Ohio, you can model your required "Report to Parents" letter and cover letter after these samples.
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Nevada Notice of Intent Form

You can use this notice of intent form to notify your local public school superintendent of your intention to homeschool. Follow the instructions below.
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Minnesota Preschool Screening Exemption Form

Many Minnesota school districts send forms to be completed regarding screening for preschooled students. This form notifies the school district that you are aware, but do not wish to participate.
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Colorado Notice of Intent

If you live in Colorado, mail this Notice of Intent as certified mail to any superintendent of any school district in Colorado 14 days before starting your home education program.
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Massachusetts Sample Progress Report

This is a SAMPLE progress report intended to provide HSLDA members an example of what a progress report in Massachusetts could look like.
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Massachusetts Notice of Intent Forms

To homeschool in Massachusetts you must submit a notice of intent to begin your homeschool, and a notice of intent to continue homeschooling each year after. Use these forms as instructed.
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Michigan Nonpublic School Attendance Form

This is a form to be used by nonpublic schools in Michigan to report information to the local public school superintendent or intermediate school district superintendent at the beginning of each school year.
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Michigan Sample Letters

Depending on your preferred method of homeschooling, you may use one of the letters below as a template to respond to a school official's inquiry concerning your compliance with the compulsory attendance law in Michigan.
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Oregon Notice of Intent Form

If you are withdrawing your child from Oregon public school to begin homeschooling during the school year, fill out this letter and mail it to the principal of the public school your child is currently attending.
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Louisiana Home Study Application and Renewal Form

There are two options for homeschooling in the state of Louisiana. If you've chosen to homeschool as a home study program, you may use the form below as instructed.
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New York Quarterly Report Form

Parents are free to use any format in submitting quarterly reports. HSLDA provides this form for your convenience.
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New York Individualized Home Instruction Plan

New York parents must submit an Individualized Home Instruction Plan (IHIP) to their local school district, but the form provided may seek more information than is legally required. As an alternative, HSLDA provides this form.
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Arizona Affidavit of Intent

Use this form as instructed below to notify your county school superintendent of your plan to homeschool.
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Virginia Adding a Child to Religion Exemption Form

Use this sample letter to add your child to your religious exemption in order to homeschool under the religious exemption option.
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Virginia Sample Letter of Exemption from Kindergarten

If you live in Virginia, you may send this letter to the county school board and waive the requirement that you file a notice of intent for your 5-year-old.
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