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Philadelphia Homeschool Evaluators & Evaluations 2013

Philadelphia Homeschool Evaluators & Evaluations 2013

Hello Fellow Homeschoolers!

It’s that time of year — time to start scheduling evaluations.

Pauline, from the “Ask Pauline” Website, has done a fantastic job of compiling a list of evaluators for homeschoolers in and around Philadelphia.  Please check out her site if you are looking for an evaluator for the first time.  You can get to her site by clicking HERE.

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In general, you will need to take your child to a homeschool evaluator if:

  • You are homeschooling through the Traditional Method (not via Virtual Charter School, not via Private Tutor, and not through a “Day School” or “Church School” extension)  AND
  • Your child turned 8 or above before the start of the 2012 – 2013 school year

***  Disclaimer:  I may be wrong.  I am not an expert on PA Homeschool Law.  This site is not giving legal advice.  There are exceptions to those principles listed above.  This information is meant to be helpful, not controversial.  For questions/concerns see below:

For questions about homeschool law, please see a copy of PA Homeschool Law by clicking HERE.

You can also contact the Homeschool Legal Defense Association with any questions you may have pertaining to evaluations and the law.  You can get to the HSLDA site by clicking HERE.

This page, from the askpauline website, is also a helpful tool regarding evaluations: http://home.comcast.net/~askpauline/hs/homeschoolevals.html.

Posted by Gwen Fredette on March 31st, 2013

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