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AP Classroom: Free Resources for Homeschool Families

AP Classroom: Free Resources for Homeschool Families

As many veteran homeschool educators know, AP courses and exams are a great way to save money on college courses and to demonstrate academic excellence to competitive colleges. The College Board wants to make sure all students—regardless of whether they go to public,...

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Is School Choice a Trojan Horse for Homeschooling?

Is School Choice a Trojan Horse for Homeschooling?

The Alliance, a nonprofit association that supports homeschool organizations, produced the film Exposing a Trojan Horse in 2008.[1] It dealt, on a theoretical level with various issues related to homeschooling families taking government money – tax dollars – for...

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Record-keeping: Be a Wise Steward

Record-keeping: Be a Wise Steward

Homeschool parents work tirelessly to provide the best education for their children. They invest thousands of hours teaching and providing opportunities for years. As parents, we focus on high school graduation as the finish line for both ourselves and our students....

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2019 IAHE Homeschool Day at Indiana Beach

2019 IAHE Homeschool Day at Indiana Beach

Come join us for a day of FUN on Thursday, May 16, 2019, at the IAHE Homeschool Day at Indiana Beach! Activities begin at 10 a.m. and last until  4 p.m. Cost is only $13.99 per attendee for those 3 years and up. 2 years and under are free! Free parking is available in...

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2018 Homeschool Mom Conference and the IAHE

2018 Homeschool Mom Conference and the IAHE

Perhaps you've seen this image floating around Facebook this week? Did you know some of our very own IAHE members are involved? The 2018 Homeschool Mom Conference is an online conference June 4-10, 2018, that has over 150 sessions, over 100 individual speakers, a...

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Should I sign the school’s withdrawal form?

Should I sign the school’s withdrawal form?

The IAHE frequently receives questions from parents asking about the process of withdrawing their student from the public school system. Some of our top answers to many of these questions can be found here: Exploring Home Education Withdraw v. Transfer: Does it...

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What About Kindergarten?

What About Kindergarten?

Indiana compulsory school age does not begin until the school year that a student turns seven years of age. While Kindergarten is not mandatory in our state either, the majority of Indiana families consider this the beginning of formal education for their child. The...

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IAHE Visits the IMPD

IAHE Visits the IMPD

Last year, IAHE received several complaints that the IMPD was turning away homeschool graduates. So, we started investigating and researching to see how we could help.

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NHERI 2018 Research for IAHE State Capitol Day

NHERI 2018 Research for IAHE State Capitol Day

IAHE has commissioned Dr. Brian Ray of the National Home Education Research Institute (NHERI) to provide research for our elected officials at IAHE's Home School Day at the State Capitol on January 22, 2018.  You may review the research that will be enclosed in the...

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