Home Schooling In Ohio, parents interested in educating their children at home may do so by notifying their local school district superintendent and meeting the requirements of Ohio law to home school. If requirements are met, the district superintendent releases the student from required compulsory school attendance. 
This excuses the student and family from school attendance requirements in state law.Parents or guardians who decide to homeschool their students are completely responsible for choosing the curriculum and course of study. 
They select the curriculum and educational materials and take responsibility for educating their children. 
There is no state financial assistance for families who choose this option. 

If a homeschool student returns to a public school, the district superintendent determines the appropriate grade level for the student.
Parents should start by notifying the superintendent of the school district where they reside about their intent to home school their child/or children. 
Notification should be provided no later than the first week of the start of the public school building the child would attend in the school district of residence or within one week from the child's withdrawal from a school.  
Parents agree to:Provide 900 hours of instruction per year;Notify the superintendent every year; and Provide an assessment of the students work every year 

Updated guidance regarding homeschool assessment for the 2019-2020 school year can be found here.

Many parents think that online schools fall into the category of home schooling; this is NOT true. In Ohio, some online schools are considered community/chartered public schools. If the online school is out of state and you have to pay tuition,  you must register as being enrolled in an out of state school.

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