Colorado Homeschool Law
Florida Homeschool Law
"Notice of Intent to Homeschool"
Unless you are enrolled with an independent (“umbrella”) school, you'll need to file a "Notice of Intent to Home School" with your school district within two weeks of beginning instruction (Colorado) or 30 days (Florida).
These are sometimes referred to as an NOI or LOI (Letter of Intent).
It's not as intimidating as it sounds! Sample forms can be found in the links above.
High School Dual Enrollment
Many colleges, both secular and Christian, offer dual enrollment programs for high schoolers, either online or on campus, at a reduced rate. Here are a couple of examples so you can get the idea:
--Grand Canyon University
— Liberty University
*Coloradans, consider enrolling with Colorado Early Colleges (CEC). This charter school program allows your high school student to attend a local community college for "free" (potentially earning an associate degree).
*Fun fact: dual enrollment classes earn a weighted GPA on your high schooler's transcript!
Many of my evaluation families have found the following helpful:
High School Transcripts
The good news is, high school transcripts aren't as intimidating as they may seem!
Click here for some practical how-to's from HSLDA.
FastTranscripts offers a nifty transcript generator, as well as other services and information.
Or, schedule a consultation if you'd like more one-on-one help.