My family and I lived in Ohio for many years. My husband grew up there, and our son was born there. When it was time for him to begin school, we chose homeschooling.
Ohio is a wonderful state in which to homeschool. The laws are moderate and in recent years there has been concerted effort to make the homeschooling process even easier and more equitable for students.
While home education is legal in all 50 states, homeschooling laws vary from state to state. Each state has it’s own set of governing laws which dictate how a parent who chooses home education is to proceed.
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Over the years as I’ve blogged about homeschooling and family, I’ve written about homeschooling life in Ohio.
If you are getting started homeschooling and need to know how to get started you can read Ohio Homeschooling Legalities, Notification and Assessments for the basics of how to get started.
For a more in-depth look I’ve written a guide that digs deeper into the process, as well as resources, tips and information that can help take you from a new Ohio Homeschooling with confidence.
Find wonderful ways to support your homeschooling children through field trips, and co-ops throughout the state.
Where are you homeschooling? Do you live in the central Ohio region or in one of the four corners?
With the river to the south, and the lake to the north and many miles of forests, parks and trails between you will discover that Ohio has many wonderful opportunities to offer as you teach your children at home.
Learn more about homeschooling and how you can educate your children at home.
- How to Offer Homeschool Field Trips the Virtual Way
- The Ultimate Guide to Homeschool Education Methods
- An Explanation of why Eclectic Method Works Best
- Learning Styles You Should Know when Homeschooling
- 10 Homeschooling Words You Need to Understand