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The exact hows and whens of joining the military depend on a few factors: Which branch? Does your student want to join as an enlistee or as an officer? Do they want to attend 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 answer depends on the laws of that country, since a country’s education laws apply to all children who reside there, whether or not they are citizens. Start by contacting the HSLDA Global Outreach team at firstname.lastname@example.org or 540-338-5600. We have information on homeschooling laws in many countries where such laws exist and insight into the general educational climate in many other countries. Even if homeschooling is not explicitly recognized by a country’s law, it may still be possible to homeschool there. We may also be able to connect you with a homeschooling family or support organization in that country.
Always contact HSLDA before speaking with any foreign country’s officials regarding home education.Military families stationed in a foreign country may have different protections based upon treaties or other agreements relating to the legal status of military forces. These protections may or may not extend to civilian personnel and contractors. Again, we recommend you contact HSLDA for advice in this or any other situation involving homeschooling overseas.
Yes, we are happy to give a $15 discount to honor the following—those who are in the military (active or veteran), first responders (police, fire, EMT), full-time pastors, or full-time missionaries. This discount is only available with the Pay yearly option. To claim your discount, click one of the links below to start your membership: