Homeschooling in North Carolina


northcarolinaNorth Carolina re-defined the term “home school” in May 2013 with Senate Bill 189 that addresses home schools as “a nonpublic school consisting of the children of not more than two families or households, where the parents or legal guardians or members of either household determine the scope and sequence of academic instruction, provide academic instruction, and determine additional sources of academic instruction.”   All new “nonpublic schools” are required to file a Notice of Intent (NOI) to Operate.  If the school decides to end operation, an official school representative must notify the North Carolina Division of Non-Public Education.

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