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Arizona Laws Regulating Home Education
 Summaries and Explanations of Arizona Homeschooling Laws
 Arizona Statutes
 Case Law & Legal Opinions

Summaries and Explanations of Arizona Homeschooling Laws Back to Top
Arizona Home School Laws
HSLDA
The Home School Legal Defense Association provides a brief summary of the homeschooling laws in Arizona. Includes a link to a legal analysis of laws relating to homeschooling in Arizona.
Arizona Homeschool Law Summary
Arizona Families for Home Education (AFHE)
Summary of the laws pertaining to home education in the state of Arizona, provided by Arizona Families for Home Education (AFHE).

Arizona Statutes Back to Top
Birth certificate; school records; exception (15-828)
Details requirements for the parents or guardians of a home educated child to provide identity records.
Children instructed at home; eligibility to participate in interscholastic activities (15-802.01)
Regulations concerning home educated students' participation in interscholastic activities.
Children instructed at home; testing; prohibition (15-745)
Arizona state statute concerning testing of children who are instructed in a home school program while they are receiving home school instruction.
High school equivalency diploma (15-702)
Arizona state statute governing the granting of an Arizona high school equivalency diploma by the state board of education and the state superintendent of public instruction.
School instruction; exceptions; violations; classification; definitions (15-802)
Arizona state statute concerning the home education of students.

Case Law & Legal Opinions Back to Top
Pierce v. Society of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary
In Pierce v. Society of the Sisters, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that "the fundamental theory of liberty upon which all governments of this Union repose excludes any general power of the state to standardize its children by forcing them to accept instruction from public teachers only. The child is not the creature of the state."


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