Since many Indiana home educators teach their students to drive, here is helpful information regarding the process:* Indiana BMV Learner’s Permit information: You must be 16 to get your learner’s permit in Indiana, if you are not enrolled in a paid driver’s ed class endorsed by the State. Link below provides you with a list […]
We in Indiana are blessed to have laws that allow us to home educate our children. The law requires that our children be in school from 7-17 years of age and that they attend school for the number of days that the local school corporation is in session, which is generally around 180 days each year. Parents must […]
The IAHE has heard that some tax forms are asking for additional information requesting delineation between private schools and homeschools. If you hear of a problem such as the DOE investigating those not registered or an attempt to limit the deduction to only those who are registered, please contact IAHE. According to our mission at […]
The Indiana Association of Home Educators publishes Home Education in Indiana. The information contained in our publication will now be found under the Articles section of this IAHE web site. The IAHE highly recommends HSLDA membership. Home School Legal Defense Association is a nonprofit advocacy organization established to defend and advance the constitutional right of […]
HSLDA’s Position on the Charter School Debate Charter schools are a new phenomenon rapidly gaining popularity across the country. All charter schools are created or “chartered” by public school boards, which establish a mission, educational program, and methods of assessment. Most charter schools are classroom based. However, some charter schools are home based. When parents […]
Parents have the right to choose where their children go to school. This includes a home school.
It is the hope of the IAHE that the information on our website will help you to make wise choices for your family.
The IAHE highly recommends that homeschooling families become a part of a local support group. In Indiana there are nearly 250 support groups. They all exist to provide encouragement, information, socialization, and friendship for homeschooling families. However, just as homeschools differ, support groups differ. Some are designed for educational purposes. Some focus on field trips […]