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How to Comply with Indiana’s Homeschool Law

Are you considering homeschooling your child? You can do it! As you get started, it’s important to make sure you comply with the education laws where you live. This page helps you understand how to homeschool legally in Indiana—step-by-step.

Indiana Homeschool Laws

Questions about how to homeschool in Indiana? Start here for a quick overview: homeschooling laws & requirements, compulsory attendance ages, withdrawal, access to sports & special ed. services, recordkeeping, work permits, jury duty . . .

Level Playing Fields for Homeschool Grads

HSLDA's position, now and always, is that homeschool grads with parent-issued diplomas should be treated just like their public school peers. HSLDA has been working for years to that end.

Since When are Homeschoolers Dropouts?

Confusion over policies regarding withdrawing from high school have made it harder for some Indiana families who want to start homeschooling their teens.

Hitting All the Right Notes: Homeschool Grad Admitted to Royal Academy of Music

Admissions officers at a prestigious London music school didn’t know what to make of this homeschool graduate’s high school transcripts. We helped show that her credentials were supported by state law.

For the Record

Paving a way to their future 

Homeschool Surge Brings Rise in Disconnected Restrictions

The current wave of new homeschoolers is also prompting a rise in misinformation from state and school officials about how to get started. We can help provide clarity.

Homeschool Laws By State

Choose your state or territory to get detailed information on how to withdraw from public school, homeschooling requirements including testing & mandatory subjects, plus resources and more.

The Civic Virtue of Private Home Education

How I learned to stop worrying and oppose so-called Education Savings Accounts for homeschoolers

Teens Help Elect Homeschool Dad to US Senate

Volunteers with HSLDA’s youth civics program helped elect a homeschool dad to the US Senate. This experience was part of a long-term effort to equip young people to understand freedom and how government works.