Homeschooling Law in Arizona (page 2)
Below is brief summary of the homeschooling law in Arizona. For a detailed analysis of homeschooling in Arizona, see:
- Arizona—A Legal Analysis
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Compulsory School Age
"between 6 and 16"; by noting so in affidavit (see Notice Required), instruction in a home school setting may be delayed until eight years of age
Arizona Legal Home Schooling Options:
|Legal Option:||Establish and operate a home school|
|Subjects:||Reading, grammar, math, social studies and science|
|Notice:||File a affidavit of intent with the local superintendent within 30 days of the start (even if instruction will be delayed until age 8) or end of home schooling|
NOTE: This summary is not intended to be, and does not constitute, the giving of legal advice. Many states have unclear compulsory attendance statutes, and the courts of those states vary in their interpretation of the statutes. Therefore, there is no guarantee any state will accept all of the options for compliance listed under each state. This summary is not intended to be a substitute for individual reliance on privately retained legal counsel such as that provided by Home School Legal Defense Association.
Reprinted with the permission of the HomeSchool Association of California. © 2007–2008 by HomeSchool Association of California. All rights reserved.
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