Current Issues in Georgia : Update to Georgia Homeschool Attendance Reporting
on 2012/8/9 17:10:00 (764 reads)

Beginning July 1, 2012 and continuing with the 2012-2013 year, parents who homeschool will need to send their Letter of Intent to Homeschool AND a yearly attendance form to the State Department of Education - not to the local school superintendent.


Attendance forms are no longer required only a monthly basis. They only need to be submitted once a year. If you mail your forms, send them to: Georgia DOE, Homeschool Division, 205 Jesse Hill Jr. Drive, SE, Suite 1754 Twin Towers East, Atlanta, GA 30334. FAX: 404-463-0441

Information about the new reporting law can be found here. http://www.doe.k12.ga.us/Curriculum-Instruction-and-Assessment/Pages/Home-Schools.aspx

You have until September 1, 2012 to submit your "letter of intent" and your "attendance report" even if you start before that date.

Feel free to use this form that complies with the current Georgia Homeschooling law. The State Department of Education has been informed of some issues with the online reporting form and we are not sure all those issues are rixed yet.

.Click here to print out a Georgia Attendance Reporting Form.

Printer Friendly Page Send this Story to a Friend Create a PDF from the article

Donate Now!
Please select an amount to donate


To become a member of HEIR, first click Join/Donate in the Main Menu to the left and fill out our online membership form. To make a donation only, proceed here:
I would like to support the work of HEIR with a donation.
I would like to make an anonymous donation. I don't wish to join today.