Homeschooling in West Virginia


westvirginia-300x158West Virginia education law states that “A child is considered exempt from compulsory public school attendance if he or she is enrolled in a private, parochial or other approved school that meets the approval of the county board.”  Home school parents in West Virginia must file with their local school district an annual Notice of Intent (NOI) to Homeschool that includes the name, address, age, and grade level of any child to be enrolled in the school.  West Virginia requires that the parent/teacher of a homeschool must hold at least a high school diploma or GED.  Home schools can be held either in the “home of the child or children or at some other place approved by the county board.”

Visit Homeschool Facts for more information about West Virginia Homeschool State Laws.