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    Nevada Homeschool Laws

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    English (including reading, composition, and writing), math, science, and social studies (including history, geography, economics, and government).

    File a one time Notice of Intent with the superintendent of the local school district before starting to homeschool, or not later than 10 days after your child has been withdrawn from public school.

    The Nevada Department of Ed has a form or you may use your own. The notice must include:

    The notice must include:

    • The full name, age, and gender of your child;
    • Your name and address;
    • A statement from you, signed and dated, stating that you have control or charge of your child and the legal right to direct his or her education, and that you assume full responsibility for your child’s education while he or she is being homeschooled;
    • An educational plan showing that you will be teaching the required subjects (see below)—the plan must be appropriate for your child’s age and level of skill as determined by you;
    • If applicable, the name of the Nevada public school your child most recently attended; and
    • An optional statement from you prohibiting release of the information you have provided in your notice of intent.

    *The information on this page is for general use only. It should not be taken as legal advice. It is believed to be accurate however state and federal laws change every year. recommends joining an organization such as the Home School Legal Defense Association before your homeschooling adventure begins. HSLDA can provide complete, accurate, legal advice and services for homeschooling families.

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