Please note, this is not intended as legal advice. This is for informational purposes only and should you choose to Homeschool in Vermont then you need to double check the Vermont Agency of Education website for current regulations.
- Submit a Home Study Enrollment form
- Submit an Independent Professional Evidence Reporting Form
- Submit a Minimum Course of Study (MCOS)
- Submit an End of Year Assessment (Required after your second year enrollment)
- Keep good records
The deadline for home study enrollment is May 1 for the current year, but the Vermont Agency of Education begins accepting enrollment notices for the next school year as of March 1 and processes enrollment up to August 1.
The best way to stay on top of changes in homeschool regulations is to connect with other local homeschoolers in Vermont.
Vermont Secular Homeschool Groups
“This is a group for secular homeschoolers in Vermont to share resources and support, to ask questions, and to gain a bit of community in the homeschooling world!”