Can my home educated student participate in public school sports, music and classes?
• How can I find other homeschool friends and activities for my child? • How do I remove my child from public school, in order to home educate him? • Are homeschooled students required to take the Idaho Assessments? • How does a homeschooled child graduate? • Is a homeschool graduate eligible for college admission, grants and scholarships? • How do I get started homeschooling, and are there organizations that I should join? • Why should I homeschool my child? • What about socialization? 1.What are the laws regulating home education in Idaho? Homeschooling families in Idaho are subject to only minimal regulation. Idaho’s laws do not require homeschoolers to register with the state, or the local school district, to report to anyone, or to take the Idaho assessment tests. Idaho law requires only that parents who choose to educate their children at home provide an education that is comparable to that available in the public schools. These statutes do not define the precise subject material
- Can a student participate in music, several sports, school plays, and other school activities and still complete IB?
- Can my dual-enrolled student play sports or participate in extracurricular activities at the public school?
- Can a high school aged home-schooled student participate in public school band and sports?
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