Forms
Which forms do you need to fill out? Where can you get them? Here is a list of useful forms for homeschooling in Florida.
Useful Forms for Florida Homeschoolers
EL7: Registration Form for Home Education Student to Participate in Athletic Program at Member School
Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) form EL7, Registration Form for Home Education Student to Participate in Athletic Program at Member School. This form must be completed each year and filed with the principal of the school that the student will represent before the student can be permitted to participate in practice sessions. This form must be retained until the student’s limit of opportunity for eligibility has expired.
Home Education Annual Evaluation Form
Sample home education annual evaluation form in pdf format.
Homeschool Portfolios for the State of Florida
Basically there are two distinctions to be kept in mind: the law requires every county-registered homeschooler to keep a portfolio (as opposed to umbrella school homeschoolers or full time virtual school/public schoolers at home homeschoolers) regardless of the method of annual evaluation used and portfolios may be used as the annual evaluation of a home education program.
Notice of Termination of Home Education Program Sample
Sample printable form of notice of termination of home education program.
School District of Clay County Home Education Office
This website offers guidance to parents who wish to home school their child in Clay County. Here you'll find forms, portfolio examples, annual evaluation form, and other information.
Week-at-a-glance Log
This is a simple sample form for recording weekly subjects taught.
Affidavit for High School Completion
Sample affidavit for high school completion form.
Florida Letter of Withdrawal
Sample form for withdrawal from public school in the state of Florida.
Home Education Annual Evaluation Form
A sample of an evaluation letter written by a certified teacher upon completion of an annual evaluation.
Daily/Weekly Log
This form is used to track reading materials used during the week.
Sample Notice of Termination of a Home Education Program
A sample of a letter sent to the county school board stating one's termination of a home-education program in that county.
Notice of Intent to Establish and Maintain a Home Education Program
Sample Notice of Intent in pdf format. You do not have to use a form provided by the School District nor provide any information beyond what is required by law.
Florida Notice of Intent to Provide Home Education
Sample form to provide notice of intent.
School District of Clay County Homeschool Packet (pdf)
In this packet, you'll find information about Florida Statutes relating to homeschooling, plus sample intent to establish a home education program form.
Sample Notice of Intent to Establish and Maintain a Home Education Program
A sample of a letter sent to the county school board stating intent to home-educate one's child(ren).
High School Credit Tracking Worksheet
This sheet is for tracking the 24 credits required of Florida public school student. Adjust it to fit your graduation needs.
Notice of Termination of a Home Education Program
Sample Notice of Termination of a Home Education Program in pdf format.
Log of Volunteer Hours
A log to record community service hours.
High School Transcript Form
A sample blank transcript form.
Notice of Intent to Home Educate Sample
Sample printable form of notice of intent to home educate.
Florida Home Education Annual Evaluation Form
Sample form to provide for annual evaluation.
EL9: Home Education Student Academic Progress Report
Florida High School Athletic Association form EL9, Home Education Student Academic Progress Report. This form is necessary if the student was approved by the FHSAA office and participated in interscholastic athletics as a home education student during the first semester of this school year and wishes to continue to participate during the second semester. If this is the case, complete and file this form with the principal or FHSAA representative of the school the student is continuing to represent during the second semester no later than seven (7) days following the close of the first semester if the student seeks athletic eligibility for the second semester.
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