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School Cuts Off Route to Scholarships
HSLDA acted quickly when a homeschool teen was initially barred from taking the PSAT at a local public high school.

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Mistaken Paperwork Demand Lifted from Tutor


Cosmetology School Applicant Makes the Cut


Homeschool Grad Accepted into Nursing School after HSLDA Intervenes


Arlington Letter 7 Years behind the Times


New Law Adds SAT, ACT, PSAT to Test Options


Barrier to AP Tests Removed


Good Bills Moving Forward


14-Year-olds No Longer Subject to Religious Questioning in Goochland


Official Relents, Accepts Siblings’ High Test Scores


17-Year-Old-Graduate Exempt from Attendance Laws


Diploma Questioned for Second-Generation Homeschooling


Fauquier County Seeks Names of Tutored Children


York Retracts Probation Demand


Social Workers Snatch Sick Kids


Peace in Pittsylvania

 HSLDA Alerts & Information (VA)
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8/20/2015VIRGINA--The Emperor Has No Clothes: Diplomas From Online Public Schools
6/3/2015Join HSLDA and the Lynchburg Tea Party for a talk on Common Core!
4/13/2015Call to Keep Virginia out of Common Core
2/17/2015Calls Needed Immediately for Homeschool Fairness Bill
2/12/2015Act Now to Protect Independent Private Instruction
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WATCH House Bill 1626: Allows Students Receiving Home Instruction to Participate in Public School Interscholastic Programs
4/15/2015

INACTIVE House Bill 1753: Gives a reprieve from the first year-end assessment for families who start home instruction on or after Feb. 1st
2/24/2015

WATCH House Bill 1754: Allows Home Instruction Students to use Scores from the ACT, SAT, or PSAT for Year-End Assessment
3/26/2015

INACTIVE House Bill 2238: Creates a "Parental Choice Education Savings Account"
2/25/2015

WATCH Senate Bill 724: Prevents Common Core Implementation Without Prior Approval of the General Assembly
3/27/2015

WATCH Senate Bill 1383: Protects Information Privacy regarding Home Instruction and Religious Exemption
3/26/2015

WATCH Senate Bill 1403: Progress in Home Instruction may be shown by Scores from the SAT, Preliminary SAT, or an International Baccalaureate Assessment
3/23/2015

OPEN The Virginia Legislature is in Session
1/14/2015

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