New Hampshire Homeschooling
The links below to official New Hampshire homeschooling information were checked August 1, 2020. It is always best to directly read New Hampshire homeschooling information on the State of New Hampshire homeschooling or FAQ page, so you are getting current information!
It is highly recommended to read section ED315 of New Hampshire’s CHAPTER Ed 300 ADMINISTRATION OF MINIMUM STANDARDS IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS: http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/rules/state_agencies/ed300.html
From that, it appears the homeschool parent/guardian should submit an intent to homeschool to the last school enrolled within 5 days of homeschooling. e.g. local school superintendent or private school. It also appears an annual achievement test should normally be completed. Along with reviewing the ED315 section of the above document, contact your local superintendent (SAU) for current requirements or questions for your area. Home education students are exempt from school attendance reporting according to http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/rsa/html/XV/193/193-1.htm but should notify the New Hampshire Dept. of Education when a home educated student has graduated.
New Hampshire District Superintendents’ Email, Addresses, and Phone Numbers (to inquire about homeschooling and for mailing intent to homeschool)
Always check directly with the official New Hampshire Dept. of Education website to verify information. Even if some states may not require it, it is usually a good idea to let your last school know you will not be returning to avoid being counted as absent.
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HomeschoolingByState.com provides direct links to state government sites, so you get accurate and up-to-date information! By checking your state department of education website above, you get current information instead of 3rd party websites’ information that could be old information! States are changing their information much more often than past years due to covid-19! We regularly checks links to make sure the state has not changed pages or page addresses, but if you find a link that doesn’t work, the main Department of Education page is included above in case you want to use their search feature to find the information yourself. For example, search for “schooling at home”, “homeschool”, “home school”, “home instruction”, “nonpublic”, or “compulsory school attendance”. However, be careful since a search may return results for old web pages or documents. By checking your state department of education homeschool related page, you get current information instead of 3rd party websites’ information that could be old information!