Re: Indiana Homeschool law
JerbysMom wrote:I have to say Indiana has the easiest homeschool laws. All you do is let the DOE know that you're homeschooling by filling out an online form (name, address, phone number, that's IT). They assign you a number, and designate you as a "private school". You're supposed to keep track of attendance (180 days) just in case the state or local superintentdent asks for it, which probably won't happen. Other than that you're completely on your own. Homeschool kids are actually FORBIDDEN from taking state standardized tests.
According to HSLDA, filling out that form is "not required by state law and [is] entirely voluntary."
If I were in Indiana, I wouldn't do the form, but that's just me.