What does Arizona law say about homeschooling?
Arizona state law’s definition is…. “Homeschool means a nonpublic school conducted primarily by the parent, guardian or other person who has custody of the child or nonpublic instruction provided in the child's home.” ARS §15-802 G 2
Homeschooling parents or legal guardians provide their own children “with instruction in at least the subjects of reading, grammar, mathematics, social studies and science.” ARS §15-802 A
Arizona allows homeschoolers to participate in activities at the public school without attending.
“a child who resides within the attendance area of a public school and who is instructed at home shall be allowed to try out for interscholastic activities on behalf of the public school in the same manner as a pupil who is enrolled in that public school.” ARS § 15-802.01 A
Arizona is a low regulation state only requiring homeschooling families to notify them of their intent to homeschool. ARS §15-802 B 2. The affidavit of intent to homeschool can be found at https://www.afhe.org/az-law/#affidavit
Arizona does not require homeschoolers to test. Those parents who desire to test children in grades 1-10 can do so with