HOME SCHOOLINGHome Schooling is the education of children at home, typically by parents or professional tutors, rather than in a public or private school.
Requirements to Home School
Parents should start by notifying the superintendent of the school district where they reside about their intent to home school their child/or children.
Parents agree to:
- Provide 900 hours of instruction per year;
- Notify the superintendent every year; and
- Provide an assessment of the students work, this link will provide the O.R.C. requirement.
a. have an Ohio licensed teacher administer one of the nationally normed tests, such as TerraNova, Stanford, Iowa
b. keep a portfolio of students work, have an Ohio licensed teacher provide a written assessment of the students work
c. the student can take the Ohio achievement tests with the public school district classroom
For more information about Beavercreek City Schools Home Schooling procedure, click here.
FORMSHome Education Notification FormAcademic Assessment Option 1: Achievement TestingAcademic Assessment Option 2: Written NarrativeStudents who have Graduated or Withdrawn
Ohio Department of EducationOther ResourcesHome School Groups in Ohio: http://www.educationanywhere.com/ohio.htmlQuestions regarding the Home Schooling process may be directed to:Stephanie Sainz, Pupil Services Secretary