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September 7th, 2012, 05:25 AM
ultrarun71 ultrarun71 is offline
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I"m a Virginia homeschooler, and this is a fairly easy state to homeschool in. I suggest not to call, but go to the school board office and pick-up the packet. They will work with you and will give you the information you need to transfer your intent to the next county. Even though it is past the 15th of August since you just moved here there shouldn't be an issue. They will have an intent to homeschool form with a packet about requirements at the school board office. You will need a copy of either a high school or college diploma to turn-in with your intent form and a list of all subjects for each child. You don't need to list the books, just the subject. All this info should be in the packet.

I live in one of the counties that has a high homeschool population, so our school board works well with us. Virginia also has a pro homeschool Governor. Good luck and if you have any questions, I'll try and answer them.

Nancy
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