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Anyone who wants to help make homeschooling possible is invited to join or donate! While most of our members are currently homeschooling or intend to homeschool at least one child, we also welcome you as a member if:

  • All your children have graduated.
  • Your children are too young for a formal program of education.
  • Your children are enrolled in a private school but you want to support homeschooling.
  • You have no children.
  • You are a citizen of—or live in—another country.

If all of your school-age children are enrolled full-time in a public education program, your family is not eligible for membership. But you can make homeschooling possible and protect all families’ right to choose homeschooling through a donation here!

Yes, you are welcome to join. Our global outreach team will do its best to assist you in resolving any questions or issues you face related to homeschooling in your country. This may include corresponding with officials on your behalf or providing other assistance, depending on the laws there.

HSLDA is working hard to make homeschooling possible everywhere. Your membership support allows us not only to assist you, but also to help, advise, and support fledgling movements across the globe.

Choosing to serve in the military is a big decision, and you want to set your teen up for success! But the exact hows and whens depend on a few factors: Which branch? Does your student want to join as an enlisted soldier or sailor, or as an officer? What about college?

Check out our post on preparing to enter the military to learn how to identify the best stepping stones for your teen to reach their goals.

The membership application is necessary to establish HSLDA’s attorney-client relationship with you. It also gathers a minimal amount of information to ensure that we can provide you with the best representation possible in the event that you need our legal services. View our printable membership application here or start our easy online application here.

* In the rare event that HSLDA is unable to approve your application, we will promptly notify you and will refund your membership dues (minus the rush fee, if applicable). Nonacceptance in no way diminishes your right to homeschool and does not prevent you from reapplying in the future.

Come High Temps or Thunderstorms

Families in Romania join together regardless of obstacles

Join Team Possible

YOU can be the answer for single moms, widows, and other in-crisis families when they need it most—when homeschooling is not possible without financial help.

Homeschooling with Special Needs – Q & A

Join us to learn about IEPs, SEPs, getting started, accommodations, laws, recordkeeping, high school, and more!

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?

Join the Club: Getting Started in Homeschooling

Welcome to the world of homeschooling! This mom is here to show you the ropes to getting started!

Children Seized in Norway, Parents Begging for Help

A Norwegian couple’s children were taken by the government because they were being raised according to Christian values. Join HSLDA in helping to re-unite the family.

Defend Homeschool Freedom: Join Your State Homeschool Organizations!

State groups offer resources and unite your voice with other homeschoolers. Find your homeschool state group here.

Join or Die! UK Court Case is A Warning to the Global Homeschooling Community

A ruling by the United Kingdom’s highest court could lead to additional regulation of homeschooling.

How Does HSLDA View Compulsory Attendance?

Join Mike Smith and Dan Beasley as they discuss legislative attempts to lower compulsary attendance ages—and why HSLDA opposes them.

Q&A: Homeschooling Pre-K through 5th Grade | Ep. 78

Join HSLDA Educational Consultants Vicki Bentley and Krisa Winn for a Q&A episode all about homeschooling in the early years.