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the rooms are filled with all precious and pleasant riches." ~Proverbs 24:3-4
HOMESCHOOL PROGRESS CHECKLIST
Read books, magazines, and websites about homeschooling.
Research your state’s homeschool laws.
Contact a state homeschool organization and/or local support group.
Consider your family’s goals, needs, schedules, and commitments.
Discuss it with your spouse, pray about it, and decide if homeschooling is for you.
Sit in on a support group meeting, take notes, and talk to current homeschoolers.
Attend a convention/curriculum fair and/or obtain catalogs from curriculum publishers.
Choose your homeschool style and plan your curriculum.
Create a mission statement describing the vision you have for your homeschool.
Join the state homeschool organization, an independent support group, an e-mail discussion group if desired, and the Home School Legal Defense Association.
File an Affidavit of Intent to Homeschool with the County School Superintendent (check your own state’s laws for other requirements).
Begin home school record keeping and retrieve public school records, if any.
Make a master schedule/calendar/course of study for your homeschool.
Purchase curriculum, books, and school supplies.
Begin home instruction and keep records.
Attend support group meetings and homeschool events.
Participate in standardized testing (required in some states; optional in others).
Review the year’s progress and analyze test results.
Note areas that need improvement.
Re-examine curriculum choice and make changes if necessary.
Make a list of items you want to look for at the next curriculum fair.
Update records and file copies with support group or state (if required).
Plan high school transition and check college entrance requirements.
Prepare for PSAT/SAT/ACT tests and begin college application process.
Maintain transcripts and obtain diploma.
Attend graduation ceremony (optional).
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