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Removing your child from the public school 

This page serves as a valuable resource to guide you through the process of dis-enrolling your child from the public school system. We understand that making such a decision requires careful consideration, and we are here to provide you with the necessary information and support.

Dis-enrolling your child from the public school system is a personal choice that many parents make in pursuit of alternative educational opportunities. Whether you are seeking a different learning environment, a curriculum that aligns more closely with your child's needs and interests, or a desire for more individualized attention, we are here to assist you in this transition.

On this page, you will find step-by-step instructions on how to dis-enroll your child, including the necessary paperwork and procedures involved. We will provide guidance on notifying your child's current school, withdrawing them from enrollment, and ensuring a smooth transition to our educational institution. Our team is available to address any questions or concerns you may have during this process.

We are committed to supporting families in their educational choices and providing a seamless transition for your child. We believe in the power of education to transform lives and are dedicated to creating an inclusive, nurturing, and academically rigorous environment for all students.


In order to enroll into our institute you must be declared as a homeschool student

To enroll in our program, it is a requirement that your child is registered as a homeschool student. The process of registering as a homeschool student may vary depending on your state or local regulations. Here are some general steps to consider:

  1. Research Homeschooling Laws: Familiarize yourself with the homeschooling laws and regulations in your state. Each state has its own specific requirements and procedures for registering as a homeschool student. Visit your state's department of education website or homeschooling organizations for detailed information.

  2. Understand Registration Process: Learn about the specific steps and documentation needed to register your child as a homeschool student. This may include completing a homeschool registration form, providing a letter of intent, submitting an outline of your educational plan, or other requirements set by your state.

  3. Gather Required Documentation: Prepare the necessary documentation as per your state's requirements. This may include proof of residency, identification documents, immunization records (if applicable), and any specific forms or affidavits required for homeschooling registration.

  4. Submit Registration Materials: Follow the guidelines provided by your state or local authorities to submit your homeschool registration materials. Be sure to complete all required forms accurately and submit them within the specified timeframe.

  5. Keep Records: Maintain organized records of your homeschooling journey. This may include attendance records, curriculum used, samples of your child's work, progress reports, and any other documents required by your state or local regulations.

  6. Comply with Reporting Obligations: Familiarize yourself with any reporting obligations mandated by your state. This may include submitting annual assessments, participating in portfolio reviews, or complying with standardized testing requirements. Adhere to these reporting obligations to remain in compliance with homeschooling regulations.

Homeschooling laws and requirements

In recent years, homeschooling has seen a significant increase among families across the United States. The Office of Non-Public Education (ONPE) reports that the percentage of homeschooled students has been on the rise, with 3.4% of school-age children being homeschooled in 2011, up from 2.9% in 2007. This growing trend includes families from diverse racial and urban backgrounds.

It is important for Black parents considering homeschooling to know that they are part of a larger homeschooling community. While the perception may have been that homeschooling was primarily practiced by certain groups, the reality is that homeschooling is now more diverse than ever before. Urban areas are seeing a significant increase in homeschooling, and the motivations behind choosing this educational path vary widely.

Homeschooling laws and requirements

It is essential for Black families to have a comprehensive understanding of the laws and regulations surrounding homeschooling to ensure a smooth and legally compliant educational experience for their children. Each state has its own set of regulations and requirements for homeschooling. While some states have minimal requirements or no need for formal notification, others have more structured guidelines, such as filing curriculum plans and learning assessments. It is essential to familiarize yourself with the homeschooling regulations in your state to ensure compliance and a smooth homeschooling experience. We are here to empower you with the knowledge and support you need to make informed decisions and create a fulfilling homeschooling experience for your family. Together, let's embark on this educational journey with confidence and enthusiasm. Please click on your state below and find out what the regulations are where you live:

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