MI Homeschooling Laws
Homeschooling Laws in Michigan
Knowing your state’s homeschooling requirements is one key to successful homeschooling. But each state is different. That’s why we’ve provided you with your specific state information and helpful links to your state’s department of education, homeschool requirements, and legal support resources.
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Links for Michigan Homeschool Laws
Michigan State Homeschool Law Summary
If you are homeschooling in the state of Michigan, you will need the following information:
- There are no requirements to notify, seek approval, test, file forms, or have any certain teacher qualifications. The burden is on the state to prove if the parents are not teaching their children.
- Although not required, it is suggested that families inform their local school district of their decision to homeschool.
- Also, reporting will be required if the family is seeking eligible special education services from their local public school or intermediate school district.
Homeschool Resources for Michigan Homeschool Laws
For additional information, including a downloadable PDF with a detailed analysis of your state’s homeschool laws and legal counsel, be sure to become a member of the HSLDA for a yearly fee.