In Indiana all you need to do is start homeschooling.
No forms to fill out. No accountability.
Indiana Association of Home Educators
Christian network of homeschools in Indiana.
Best Selling Homeschool Books Q2 2017
Indiana Foundation for Home Schooling
Opportunities and resources that inspire learning and enable students to achieve their potential. The IFHS encourages and promotes the formation of local National Honor Society home school chapters and sponsors an annual statewide Graduation ceremony in June and scholarships. Facebook page.
Indiana Home Educators
A volunteer network of experienced parent educators from across the state of Indiana.
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Indiana Field Trips
Educational places to visit in Indiana.
Indiana Education Code For Homeschooling
AN A TO Z RESOURCE
Not intended as legal advice. Laws for your information only.
The Indiana Code Now in English
This page is for the sole purpose of pointing to the exact parts of the education code that pertain to homeschoolers. From IHEN.
Home Schooling: Dept. of Education
Parents who choose to home educate their children may report their homeschool’s enrollment to the Indiana Department of Education (IC 20-33-2-21).
- Home School Help Sheet – Information about Home Schooling in Indiana
- Indiana State Curriculum Standards – NOT required that homeschools follow this!
- When the Home Schooled Child Returns
- Indiana University’s Independent Study High School Program
- IUHS announces new Academic Honors Diploma
- Home School Enrollment Report Form – NOT required
- Nonaccredited/nonpublic High School Transfer Memo – NOT required
- Home School and Homeless Support Specialist, Audra Hacker
You mean I can just decide to homeschool… then do it? But aren’t there papers to fill out? Certifications, notifications and permissions? Files to file?
Online Social Networks
Catholic Indiana Home Educators
CatholicIHE was created to facilitate communication between Catholic home educators in Indiana.
Cincinnati Area Teaching Children at Home
CATCH is a totally inclusive, non-directed, community-based home education support organization. Membership is open to anyone. We post events and activities, resources, discuss issues, and establish links with other homeschoolers. Includes Southeastern Indiana.
Families Learning Together is an inclusive & diverse group which serves Indianapolis, IN & the surrounding counties. Many views, philosophies, faiths & lifestyles are represented within the membership.
Home School in Southern Indiana
For home school families in all southern Indiana, and Kentucky, including but not limited to Evansville, Vanderburgh County, Posey County, New Harmony, Mt. Vernon, Newburgh, Spencer County, Gibson County, Owensboro and Henderson, Kentucky.
IAHE Indiana Homeschool Discussion Group
Discussion group about home education* in Indiana. Used curriculum sales are restricted to the 1st and the 15th day of each month.
Sponsored by http://www.ihen.org/ and Indiana Homeschoolers e-list, the state’s largest homeschooling network. Anyone can join! This group is state-wide and for anyone in the U.S. interested in homeschooling in Indiana–past, present, or those just thinking about homeschooling.
This group is for anyone homeschooling in the great state of Indiana. Feel free to post frustrations, suggestions, discussions, questions or anything else you are feeling. This group was started by a homeschool group in Marshall county.
Indiana homeschooling group
I decided to start this group for parents homeschooling or wanting to homeschool there kids. I am hoping it will help others have answers for questions, and maybe have group activities.