The U.S. Virgin Islands have no specific homeschool laws, but the islands do enforce regulations related to home instruction. The U.S. Virgin Islands also have no statutory regulation or authority indicating how many classroom days homeschools must provide to their students. Parents must file a “Notice of Intent: Instruction of Student at Home” form with the Commissioner of Education within ten days (10) days of the start of a home instruction program. Home school parents in the Virgin Islands are required to hold any specific educational degree, but if the parent hires a tutor for the school, the Commissioner must approve the tutor’s qualifications and the proposed course of study.
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