More and more families in the United States are choosing homeschooling as a positive choice for their child's education. Louisiana is an example of this trend, with the number of homeschooled children growing every year. Navigate the wealth of information on homeschooling in Louisiana as you explore our website. We've made it easy for you to find all the tips, ideas, and information you need to successfully homeschool your children.
- Ready to begin? Check out our "Beginning to Homeschool" section.
- Is homeschooling the best choice for your family? Learn more about the advantages of homeschooling.
- Read the actual laws regulating home education in Louisiana and get summaries of these laws by homeschooling experts.
- Browse through our curriculum reviews and lists and find what will work best for you and your child.
- Find a support group close to you.
SBESE-Approved Home Study Information Packet
Musée Conti Wax Museum
Overview of the Nonpublic Annual School Report System
Contemporary Arts Center of New Orleans
Home Educators Association (HEA) of West St. Tammany
Cane River National Heritage Area
BESE-Approved Home Study Program
Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve
Louisiana Department of Education - Non-Approved Registration Form
Christian Home Educators Fellowship (CHEF) of Louisiana
Poverty Point National Monument
Jefferson Association of Christian Home Edcuators (JACHE)
RS 17:236 Definition of a school.
Louisiana Children's Museum
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