This page provides useful details and links to North Carolina Homeschool Groups and Homeschooling Associations in North Carolina where you can access further information on homechooling including State laws, regulations and requirements for the homeschooling of children and students in North Carolina.
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We welcome any suggested North Carolina homeschool related additions to these pages and invite you to use our Contact Page to provide us with links, images, resources, and activities in your State that you feel will be of benefit to other families homeschooling and home educating their children.
North Carolina Homeschooling Resources
Online Visual Learning for Homeschooling - highly effective and particularly affordable way to homeschool your children at a fraction of the cost of using expensive textbooks and printed matter that most children find dull and uninteresting. Also provides a solution for a wide range of Special Needs kids and the ideal solution for Dyslexia
North Carolina Homeschool Associations
North Carolina Homeschool Groups on Facebook
The Homeschool Alliance of North Carolina
Charlotte Homeschooling - For Homeschoolers in Charlotte and North Carolina
North Carolina Homeschool Adventures
North Carolina Homeschool Support
Homeschooling / Unschooling
Homeschool: The Cool School
Homeschooling Moms in North Carolina
North Carolina Freethinking Homeschoolers
North Carolina Waldorf Homeschoolers
North Carolina Homeschool Groups
North Carolina Homeschooling Yahoo Groups
Other Useful North Carolina Homeschool Information
North Carolina Department of Education - North Carolina K-12 State Standards and Curriculum Requirements
North Carolina Department of Education - North Carolina Common Core Standards
Home School Legal Defense Association - North Carolina Homeschooling News, State Legislation and Laws for Homeschooling
North Carolina Homeschool Laws and State Requirements
State requires parents to send notification, test scores, and/or professional evaluation of student progress.
All States that have moderate requirements for homeschooling:
Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, New Hampshire, Ohio, Oregon, North Carolina, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia