Homeschooling in Wisconsin


wisconsinWisconsin education laws note that homeschooling can be an alternative to the state’s compulsory public school attendance law and that home schools are not the same as private schools under Wisconsin state law.  The parent or guardian of each individual home schooled student in the state must submit a statement of enrollment for that student to the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction no later than October 15th of each school year.  Wisconsin also provides the opportunity for homeschooled students to attend “up to two courses at a public school” in the student’s local district “if the school board determines that there is sufficient space in the classroom.”

Visit Homeschool Facts for more information about Wisconsin Homeschool State Laws.