Homeschooling in Colorado

Are you new to homeschooling or just need more information? In this section, you will find a summary of the Colorado Homeschool Law, a Notice of Intent example to print out, and Colorado Springs school district addresses for submitting your paperwork as well as helpful tips to make the journey effective and enjoyable!

Paperwork and Resources

HSLDA provides current legal requirements for homeschooling in every state. To see the homeschool laws and requirement for Colorado, click here. A copy of the current law can also be found here.

Click here for more information on filing a Notice of Intent to Homeschool with your local district.

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New to Homeschool

So you're considering educating your children at home?  Congratulations!  Many families are discovering "coming home" to homeschooling, and finding it rewarding and enjoyable, and a great way to build strong family relationships while preparing your children for the future.

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How Do I Get Started?

Getting started can seem like an overwhelming task.  It is a good idea to take time to learn about the various curricula available before you purchase one.  It is also important for every family to define its purpose for homeschooling at the outset.  No two families homeschool for the same reason; but if you identify your goals and your purpose, it will enable you to buy your curriculum wisely and help your school year get off to a better start.  This is very important for the children as they adjust to this change.

Click here for more tips on how to get started!

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