Arkansans who plan to home school their children this fall have until August 15 to file the Notice of Intent form with their local public school superintendents.
Parents can print the Notice of Intent form and mail it or deliver it in person to their local public school superintendent’s office.
Parents also have the option of completing the Notice of Intent securely online at https://noihs.ade.arkansas.gov/.
Arkansas has seen an increased interest in home schooling since the COVID-19 pandemic.
Last year the U.S. Census Bureau reported the percentage of households home schooling in Arkansas jumped from 6.8% in spring of 2020 to 10.3% by the following fall.
All told, as many as one in ten families in Arkansas home schooled their children during the 2020-2021 school year.
Since then, home schooling has remained popular even as the pandemic has subsided and schools have reopened.
For 24 years Family Council’s home school division, the Education Alliance, has supported home schooling in Arkansas, because it gives families the flexibility to provide the education that’s right for their children.
If you are interested in home schooling in Arkansas this fall, please feel free to call our office at (501) 978-5503 today.