LINKS & THINGS
Complete a certificate of enrollment form every year for each child you homeschool that year and submit the form(s) to your local student attendance officer by September 15.
Local Student Attendance Officers
To locate your local student attendance officer, call Mississippi Department of Education's Compulsory School Attendance Office at 601-359-5743.
HSLDA passionately advocates for the freedom to homeschool and offers support for every stage of your homeschool journey.
According to the Mississippi Law, “a Certificate of School Attendance Status is required for all young people applying for a Driver’s Permit and a Driver’s License.”
Transcripts are a record of the courses your child completed in high school--the name of each course, the credit he earned for each course, each course’s final grade, personal information for identification purposes, and a grade point average (GPA). Membership in HSLDA may be needed for complete access to the sample transcripts.
Taking the ACT will help prepare students for college and career success.
If you are coping with financial hardship or loss, HSLDA offers two types of Compassion Grants to help hurting families. If you're currently homeschooling and struggling financially, apply now to see if we can assist your family with a grant for the upcoming school year!
Empowering families to help diverse learners reach their full potential at home
Enter your address to locate your federal and state officials.
Check on legislative bills, calendars, schedules, live webcasts, and info on the State Capitol.
Homeschooling Today magazine, a distinctively Christian publication, is committed to delivering trustworthy and timely articles that provide encouragement and spiritual growth to Christian families involved in the mission of educating their children.
The Old Schoolhouse Magazine, LLC, started out as an eBay business and is now a global homeschooling company offering homeschoolers a variety of resources and encouragement, as well as ways to learn about the latest and greatest educational resources out there.
OTHER HELPFUL LINKS
Answers in Genesis is the ministry of Ken Ham. AIG provides biblical answers to tough questions about creation, evolution, and the Bible. This website features thousands of articles covering dozens of scientific and biblical topics, plus media programs, daily devotionals, resources, and much more.
We believe homeschooling — personalized, parent-directed, privately-funded and free from regulation — gives children the freedom to flourish academically, emotionally, and socially within the nurturing environment of home and family. We've been promoting and protecting homeschool freedom since 1983.
ICR equips believers with evidence of the Bible’s accuracy and authority through scientific research, educational programs, and media presentations, all conducted within a thoroughly biblical framework.
Generation Joshua is designed for Christian youth between the ages of 11 and 19 who want to become a force in the civic and political arenas. GenJ provide students with hands-on opportunities to implement that vision.
NHERI conducts homeschooling research, is a clearinghouse of research for the public, researchers, homeschoolers, the media, and policy makers, and educates the public concerning the findings of all related research.
Our campaign exists to secure a constitutional amendment that defends the rights of parents to direct the upbringing and education of their children. At ParentalRights.org, we believe that no government, regardless of how well-intentioned it might be, can replace the love and nurture of a parent in the life of a child. It’s a relationship worth protecting.
Shepherd Press, publisher of the book Shepherding a Child’s Heart by Tedd Tripp, is committed to providing God’s people with solid biblical books and materials. It is their prayer and expectation that the things you find on their site will help you identify and respond to areas of personal and family need with the certain hope of grace and empowerment from God.
TeenPact is a comprehensive leadership experience that brings kids closer to Jesus Christ, makes them better leaders, and positions them to impact public policy in their state. For more information on local Mississippi TeenPact, contact Cal Callen at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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