Homeschooling in Oregon: Start HereWelcome to the home page for homeschooling in Oregon. If you are searching for information about OR homeschools or want to learn how to get started, you are in the right place.
Oregon Homeschool Overview
And Homeschool Requirements in Oregon
There are an estimated 21,950 home educated students in Oregon
Oregon requires families to report their decision to homeschool only one time. OR does not require that home educators take specific subjects or classes. Oregon policy for homeschool assessment is as follows: Periodic assessment with no ramifications. Parents are not required to submit scores to the district unless they are requested.
Very few states have laws that prevent parents from homeschooling their children. Oregon does not prohibit parents from homeschooling based on their legal or criminal history. Only two states, Pennsylvania and Arkansas, prohibit some parents based on their criminal history or by someone living in the home.
There is no required level of education for parents in Oregon to educate their children at home.
Oregon vaccine informationThere are no state mandated vaccination(s).
Oregon Homeschool Law
Oregon State Standards and Common Core
Common Core Implications
Homeschoolers must participate in state-mandated testing after 3rd, 5th, 8th, and 10th grades. Results must be sent to the educational service district if requested.
State Subject Requirements
Oregon Homeschool Key Resources
How to Start Homeschooling in OR
Local Homeschool Associations, Organizations, and Groups
Our local organizations/homeschool groups database is under construction.
Local Common Core Action Groups
Find Homeschool Curriculum
We make it incredibly easy to find the right homeschool curriculum for your family. View our list of homeschool curriculum to get started.
Oregon Homeschool Conventions and Seminars
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