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Bridgeway Academy is excited to announce that all New Hampshire families enrolling with Bridgeway Academy are able to purchase a discounted first year membership with the Center for Homeschool Liberty.  To learn more about member benefits, click here.

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New Hampshire Homeschool Laws

Complete Homeschool ProgramBelow is a brief summary of the homeschooling law in New Hampshire.

Compulsory School Age
“at least 6 years of age [by September 30] and under 16 years of age”

Links for New Hampshire Homeschool Law:

New Hampshire Department of Education Home Page

New Hampshire Homeschool Specific Information

New Hampshire Curriculum Frameworks

New Hampshire Assessment

Homeschool help for New Hampshire Homeschoolers

New Hampshire Legal Home Schooling Options:
Option: 1
Legal Option: Operate a home school
Attendance: None
Subjects: Science, mathematics, language, government, history, health, reading, writing, spelling, U.S. and New Hampshire constitutional history, and art and music appreciation
Qualifications: None
Notice: Within 5 days of starting a homeschool, withdrawing from public school, or moving into the school district, file a notice of intent with a private school principal, the state commissioner of education, or the local superintendent. See detailed analysis  *The notice must include the children’s names, addresses, and birth dates.
Recordkeeping: Maintain a portfolio of records and materials including a log of reading materials used, samples of writings, worksheets, workbooks or creative materials used or developed by the child.  *Retain the portfolio for two years.
Testing: By July 1, file either: 1) results from a standardized test, with a composite score at or above the 40th percentile, or 2) results from a state student assessment test used by the local school district, with a composite score at or above the 40th percentile, or 3) a written evaluation by a certified teacher or a current nonpublic school teacher selected by the parent, or 4) results of another measure agreed upon by the parent and the participatory agency

Additional Home Schooling Information Provided by Home School Legal Defense Association.

© 2010  NOTE: This summary is not intended to be, and does not constitute, the giving of legal advice. Many states have unclear compulsory attendance statutes, and the courts of those states vary in their interpretation of the statutes. Therefore, there is no guarantee any state will accept all of the options for compliance listed under each state. This summary is not intended to be a substitute for individual reliance on privately retained legal counsel such as that provided by Home School Legal Defense Association. Bridgeway’s advisors will talk to you about your homeschool concerns.

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