AZ Homeschooling Laws
Homeschoooling Laws in Arizona
Knowing the requirements for homeschooling in Arizona is one key to successful homeschooling. That is why we have provided you with specific information on homeschooling in Arizona and helpful links to AZ’s Department of Education, homeschool requirements, Arizona homeschool laws, and legal support resources.
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Links for Arizona Homeschool Laws
Arizona State Homeschool Law Summary
If you are homeschooling in the state of Arizona, you will need to follow these steps:
- File a notarized affidavit. The parent or guardian must file a notarized affidavit of intent to operate a homeschool program with the county school superintendent within 30 days after homeschooling begins. It must include the child’s name; date of birth; current address; and the names, telephone numbers, and addresses of the persons who currently have custody of the child.
Arizona Affidavit of Intent to Homeschool
- Give proof of child’s identity. The parent or guardian must also provide the county school superintendent either a “certified copy of the child’s birth certificate” or “other reliable proof of the child’s identity and age with an affidavit explaining the inability to provide a copy of the birth certificate.”
- You must include reading, grammar, math, social studies, and science in your homeschool curriculum.
Homeschool Resources for Arizona Homeschool Laws
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