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Homeschooling In Hawaii

Homeschooling In Hawaii
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If you are wondering how to start homeschooling in Hawaii, this page will give you information that will help you get started. You’ll learn the steps to homeschooling in Hawaii, the Aloha State’s homeschooling laws, why you should join a homeschool group, and more.

This information should by no means be interpreted as legal advice. It is your responsibility to interpret and understand the laws that you will be homeschooling under.

How to Start Homeschooling in Hawaii

The steps to homeschooling in Hawaii are the following:

  • Submit a letter of intent to homeschool or Form 4140 to the principal of your local public school.
  • Make sure the curriculum complies with state laws.
  • Keep records of the curriculum.
  • Students in grades 3, 5, 8, and 10 must participate in the Statewide Testing Program and submit scores.
  • Enjoy learning together!

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Hawaii Homeschooling Laws

Once you’ve submitted your letter of intent, homeschooling families in Hawaii must meet these requirements:

  • Ensure curriculum complies with state laws.
  • Keep records of the curriculum.
  • Turn in progress reports every year to your local public school’s principal.

To learn more details about the legal requirements for homeschooling in Hawaii, visit our Hawaii Homeschooling Laws page.

Hawaii Homeschool Associations

There are two main homeschool associations:

  • Hawaii Homeschool Association (HHA)
  • Christian Homeschoolers of Hawaii (CHOH)

Both of these let families take part in activities and events, and give them helpful information and support. Learn more about these organizations and how they can help your family in our Hawaii Homeschool Associations page.

Hawaii Homeschool Groups and Co-ops

Families homeschooling in Hawaii have lots of homeschool groups and co-ops to choose from. These offer resources, enrichment classes, group activities, and more for both parents and children. Whether you’re a new homeschooler or experienced, there are many benefits that come with joining a support group in Hawaii.

To learn more about these support groups and co-ops, visit our Hawaii Homeschool Groups and Co-ops page.

Hawaii Homeschool Field Trips

With lots of natural beauty, historic landmarks, and popular places to visit, homeschooling families in Hawaii have plenty of opportunities to learn and explore. If you’re looking for educational field trip ideas in Hawaii, you’ll find many to choose from including national parks, museums, aquariums, and more.

To browse all the field trips opportunities in the Aloha State, visit our Homeschool Field Trips in Hawaii post.

Why Time4Learning is the Leading Homeschool Curriculum in Hawaii

Families homeschooling in Hawaii don’t need to teach any specific subjects and can use any curriculum they want. However, homeschoolers in Hawaii have to keep records that include dates and times of instruction and list of materials used. For this reason, many families choose Time4Learning since it helps them easily comply with these requirements.

Time4Learning is an award-winning, online curriculum that teaches students math, language arts, science, social studies, and more. Time4Learning also gives parents access to convenient tools and features such as lesson plans, automated grading and recordkeeping, printable worksheets, and more.

Below are some additional reasons why homeschoolers in Hawaii consistently choose Time4Learning’s online curriculum:

  • Comprehensive program teaches material and provides opportunities for practice with engaging lessons and activities.
  • Flexible, student-paced approach allows students to work in different grade levels by subject and even access material from various levels.
  • Printable worksheets reinforce concepts learned online.
  • Automated grading and recordkeeping helps parents easily monitor and keep track of their child’s grades while complying with state requirements.
  • Award-winning curriculum helps students prepare for the state’s required standardized tests.
  • No schedules to follow and 24/7 access mean students can learn when it’s convenient for them.
  • Freedom to follow suggested sequence or create individual schedules for students.
  • Low monthly fee, no contracts and a 14-day money back guarantee.

How to Build the Best Homeschool Curriculum for PreK-12

We understand how stressful it can be to find the right homeschool curriculum for your child, especially if you are new to homeschooling. It seems like there are endless options available. So how do you know which one is right for your child? How do you even find the time to research each one?

Being familiar with your child’s learning style is the first step in helping you make an informed decision. Many parents also find that one program is usually not the answer, which is why many families end up mixing and matching various homeschool programs to give their children a more thorough learning experience. Learn more about how to build the best homeschool curriculum for PreK-12.

Online Curriculum for Homeschool, Afterschool and Summer Use

In addition to being an award-winning choice for homeschool families, Time4Learning also offers an online after school program to help build your child’s skills. View our lesson demos and discover why thousands of families in Hawaii are already using it!

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