Getting Started Homeschooling in South Carolina 101

Everything you need to know for getting started Homeschooling in South Carolina is right here! Welcome to SC.
Whether you're a new homeschooler or a new resident, I'm glad you're here. Let's get you connected to the resources you need for getting started homeschooling in South Carolina.




Welcome to Homeschooling in South Carolina! Whether you’re a new homeschooler or a new resident, I’m glad you’re here. Let’s get you connected to the resources you need for getting started homeschooling in South Carolina.

  • Find an accountability association
  • Figure out the record keeping requirements
  • See what Option 1, Option 2, Option 3 means
  • Find support groups, testing resources, co-ops and resource centers
  • Consider virtual schools to be sure homeschooling is right for you
  • How do you even know if you’re qualified to homeschool
  • Count yourself as a professional educator–be empowered
  • Explore the regions of SC
  • Understand the lingo of homeschooling
  • Know the process of how to re-enroll your student back in public school, too
  • Quiz yourself on your knowledge of the homeschool laws
  • Plus lots more!

Associations What is option 1, 2 and 3 in South Carolina Homeschool Law? This is the homeschool accountability options. It's really very easy to homeschool in South Carolina. South Carolina's homeschool record-keeping requirements Step-by-step guide to getting started in homeschooling Welcome to SC! Let's explore the regions.How to Withdraw a child from pubic school in South Carolina  Support Group directory        If you can find your homeschool style, you can narrow down some of the options. Find a curriculum that fits your homeschool style.  Whether or not your accountability requires standardized testing, you may want to consider some of these test options. Achievement tests can be helpful if you are planning to enroll your student back into traditional school. These scores can be useful for the school placement (especially if your child is gifted or needs remediation). Aptitude testing might also be helpful to help understand why your student struggles in some subjects. Practical advice from 3rd Option Association directors for record-keeping.   Homeschoolers are motivated by far more than any legislative standards could ever require.   Home Educators earn professional develpment and continuing education creditentials, just like any other teacher does! Here's how. 

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