Homeschooling in Ohio


ohio-300x187Ohio law defines home school as “education primarily directed and provided by the parent or guardian of a child.”  Ohio home school teachers must have a high school diploma or an approved equivalent certification.  If the home school parent does not have a high school diploma or equivalent, he/she must work under the supervision of a person with a bachelor’s degree from a recognized college until the child’s test results show “proficiency” or until the home teacher obtains a high school diploma or equivalent.  Ohio home school parents must notify the superintendent of their local school district of their intent to homeschool their child/children and must supply a variety of related information at the time of notification.

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