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Yes. All personal information is confidential including your membership status, contact and family information, and any information about legal services you have received.

HSLDA may send information to you on behalf of our partners, but we do not share your personal information with anyone.*

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Yes! HSLDA members have access to fillable, printable forms (such as notices of intent, affidavits, and withdrawal forms) that provide all information required by state law. HSLDA’s legal team can also answer questions from members related to their forms and assist with completing or filing documents when needed.

For more information about how we can help you, please contact your state’s legal team.

You can find homeschool laws for all 50 states and US territories on our interactive legal map. It provides detailed information about how to homeschool legally in your state, how to withdraw your child from public school, and more.

If you’re an HSLDA member, you can also use our state-specific forms and documents to simplify any homeschool paperwork you may have. Scroll down to the bottom of your state legal page to find your state-specific forms.

Generally, no. There are some states where parents who homeschool are required by law to provide the state with immunization information or a waiver. In those situations, we assist our members in navigating what the law requires them to do. To find out if your state has an immunization requirement to homeschool, click here.

Beyond this, however, most immunization disputes (including disputes over immunization requirements for dual enrollment or activities in public schools) are outside our mission of making homeschooling possible.
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Membership Terms & Conditions

All the fine print…but important information about your HSLDA membership, payments, renewals, cancellation, and legal representation terms and conditions.
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Has North Carolina Requested Homeschool Enrollment Information?

Here's what to do if North Carolina sends you an email saying that you have to update your homeschool enrollment information before they "close" your school.
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Why HSLDA Recommends Submitting a Copy of the Parent's High School Diploma in NC

HSLDA recommends that our North Carolina members submit the high school diplomas of homeschool parent instructors. Members who would like to understand our attorney's reasoning may find this memo helpful.
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Jury Duty Laws in Minnesota

Here’s what Minnesota law says about jury duty exemptions for homeschool parents.
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Jury Duty Laws in Indiana

Here’s what Indiana law says about jury duty exemptions for homeschool parents.
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Jury Duty Laws in Montana

Here’s what Montana law says about jury duty exemptions for homeschool parents.
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Jury Duty Laws in Hawaii

If you’re summoned for jury duty, here’s what you need to know
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Jury Duty Laws in Vermont

Here’s what Vermont law says about jury duty exemptions for homeschool parents.
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Jury Duty Laws in Connecticut

Here’s what Connecticut law says about jury duty exemptions for homeschool parents.
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Homeschooling 101: Make Sense of Your State's Homeschool Law

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