Membership dues for a family for one year are $130, with discounts and a payment plan available.
You receive homeschooling-related legal advice and representation, along with many other member benefits, for a full year at far less than you would pay for an hour of an attorney’s time almost anywhere else.
Is Hslda membership tax deductible?
Membership dues are not tax-deductible. My membership includes a free subscription to the Home School Court Report. HSLDA reserves the right to reject a membership application and the right to revoke membership if any information has been misrepresented.
Can I homeschool another person’s child?
It depends on the homeschool law for your state (find your state’s law here). Please read it carefully to determine whether you may homeschool a child who is not yours. Even if homeschooling someone else’s child is legal in your state, HSLDA will not defend your right to teach a child other than your own.
Where is Hslda located?
HSLDA and PHC are located on the same land in Purcellville, Virginia.
What is a homeschool association?
Officially, a homeschool association is a state-wide, but usually private, organization that provides legal information and paperwork needed to homeschool in that state. This organization also takes responsibility for lobbying on behalf of homeschoolers to encourage pro-home educating legislation and protection.