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Homeschooling In Kansas

Homeschooling In Kansas
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The steps to homeschooling in Kansas are fairly straightforward. Although technically the state doesn’t authorize homeschooling per se, families who want to homeschool must register their homeschool as non-accredited private schools which the state does recognize.

One of the first things that families should do is find out what the legal requirements are for homeschooling in Kansas. Knowing and understanding these laws will prevent you from encountering any issues along the way. In addition, it’s crucial to become familiar with your options as a homeschooler in the Sunflower State so that you know what your rights are and what can and cannot be asked of you.

If you’re about to start homeschooling in Kansas, this page provides the following valuable information to help you begin your journey:

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 Kansas

In order to legally homeschool your child in Kansas, you must comply with the following:

  1. Register your homeschool as a non-accredited private school.
  2. If applicable, notify your child’s current school that he/she is changing schools.
  3. Select competent instructors.
  4. Teach for the required period of time.
  5. Enjoy learning together!

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Kansas Homeschooling Laws

Kansas families are able to legally homeschool their child by:
  • Registering as a non-accredited private school
To learn more details about the legal requirements for homeschooling in Kansas, visit our Kansas Homeschooling Laws page.

Kansas Homeschool Associations

Families homeschooling in Kansas can take advantage of various homeschool associations that help keep families up to date on changes in legislation and advocating for homeschoolers. Homeschool associations also coordinate field trips, group activities, and more. Kansas has several homeschool associations including:
  • Christian Home Educators Confederation of Kansas (CHECK)
  • Teaching Parents Association (TPA)
  • Home Educators Association (HEA)
Learn more about these organizations and how they can benefit your family in our Kansas Homeschool Associations page.

Kansas Homeschool Groups and Co-ops

With the right support system, homeschooling in Kansas can be a positive and enjoyable experience. Families in the state can make the most of the homeschool groups and co-ops available to them no matter where they live. In addition to receiving encouragement and advice from other homeschoolers, families can also supplement their lessons thanks to events like educational field trips, group classes, and other exciting opportunities. To learn more and find a support group near you, start with our Kansas Homeschool Groups and Co-ops page.

Kansas Homeschool Field Trips

Many homeschoolers love the freedom of being able to take their learning outside the house. Enhancing your lesson plans with field trips helps bring topics to life in a number of subjects like history and science. Doing so also helps your students gain new perspective by being able to have a more hands on approach with their learning. Kansas has a wide array of destinations that make excellent field trips for homeschoolers. Please make sure to contact each site before you plan your visit, as COVID-19 may have impacted their hours of operations. To browse all the field trips opportunities in the Sunflower State, visit our Homeschool Field Trips in Kansas post.

Kansas State Test Prep

It is recommended that homeschoolers get tested periodically to evaluate their progress. Time4Learning’s award-winning curriculum is an effective test prep option since it can help students build skills in specific topics and subjects. Learn more in our Kansas test prep page.

Why Time4Learning is the Leading Homeschool Curriculum in Kansas

Non-accredited private schools in Kansas must acquire their own curriculum and homeschool materials. This means that as a homeschooler in Kansas, you are free to use any curriculum or combination of materials.

If you’re looking to engage your students with online homeschooling in Kansas, Time4Learning offers an award-winning curriculum that gives parents the freedom and flexibility to homeschool their way. Our comprehensive curriculum includes math and language arts that correlate to all state standards, as well as science, social studies, and more.

Below are a few of the features that make Time4Learning a popular choice for homeschoolers in Kansas.

  • Flexible grade levels and access to multiple levels.
  • Automated grading and recordkeeping.
  • Student-paced approach with the option to redo a lesson or retake a test.
  • Low monthly fee, no contracts and a money back guarantee.
  • Access to printable worksheets and other resources.

How to Build the Best Homeschool Curriculum for PreK-12

Finding the right curriculum for your child can be quite a challenge, especially if you are a new homeschooler. Not only are there hundreds, if not thousands of homeschool programs to choose from, but you also have to decide which homeschool approach is best for your child’s particular learning style.

Many parents find that mixing and matching different curricula allows their students to be most successful while also keeping them engaged and excited about learning. Find out more about How to Build the Best Homeschool Curriculum for PreK-12.

Kansas Unit Study Supplement

Help your homeschooler learn interesting history and geography facts about Kansas in the Time4Learning unit study supplement.

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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 Kansas are already using it!

Give your student the chance to get back on track or explore exciting electives and get ahead for the next school year with Time4Learning’s online summer school. Our educational materials will engage and challenge your child to succeed.

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