IN Department of Education (IDOE), Office of Student Services Links:
• Home page for Indiana homeschooling information on the DOE site. Includes homeschooling laws, reporting form, colleges recruiting, links to homeschooling organizations in Indiana, position of the IHSAA on sports, special needs children, returning to public school after home schooling, etc.
• Relationship Between Public Schools and Home Schools In Indiana Frequently Asked Questions.
• Indiana Academic Standards Organized by content area and grade level, Indiana's Academic Standards can be viewed, printed, or downloaded. In addition, this site provides direct links to Indiana's Academic Standards Resources, online tools and lesson plans and worksheets to convey the concepts in the Academic Standards.
• Course descriptions for Indiana classes These descriptions are helpful, giving a brief idea of what can be covered in a course and gaining ideas for courses you and your student may find of interest.
Student ID: If you choose to report to the state, you will receive a letter with your private school number. You will not receive school I.D. cards. If you want to make a school I.D. card for your student, you can make one easily if you have Excel with this template.
Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA) Legal analysis of Indiana's laws impacting homeschooling. The Indiana Foundation for Home Schooling is a discount group with the HSLDA. See our HSLDA page.
National Home Education Network (NHEN) Offers their legal and legislative information page.
Tax breaks for homeschoolers? Look into a Coverdell Education Savings Account ESA.
Visit our Bookstore to review books on homeschooling, including some that cover the legality of homeschooling from a national level.