HOPE: Home Organization of Parent Educators (VA)
 

NOTICE OF INTENT/Public School Contacts

Home Instruction Contacts, Forms & Testing Opportunites


Whether new to homeschooling or a veteran, each family is required to turn a "NOI" or Notice of Intent to homeschool. After the first time doing this, it gets much easier! PWCPS is accepting NOIs by email, fax and snailmail, BUT please know that if you send it snailmail or by fax, you will most likely experience a delay in receipt of your paperwork.  ALSO, for PWCPS, you DO NOT have to have a ParentVUE account in order to submit.   


Select the county in which you live to go to your Home Instruction page. 


Notice of Intent to Homeschool is usually due AUGUST 15th (or as soon as possible if mid-year) to your county.  Be sure to keep a copy of your submissions every year...just in case!


If you need further assistance with this, contact us HERE.



Prince William County       

PWCPS Description of Curriculum

Manassas Park City

Manassas City

Fairfax County


PSAT/NMSQT Dates



DID YOU KNOW?

PWC Homeschoolers:

  • may partially enroll in up to 2 high school classes, including electives (choir, drama, etc.)
  • may participate in Advanced Placement (AP), Preliminary SAT (PSAT) & National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (NMSQT) examinations!
  • are eligible to receive free AP and PSAT testing opportunities to the same extent as PWCPS students.  

Parents will need to contact the counseling department at their child's base high school during the first week of October for PSAT registration information and during the first week of March for AP test registration information.  

 


NOTE: The Virginia High School League prohibits homeschooled students from participating in school sports programs. HEAV is neutral on this topic but does keep VA homeschoolers informed. In 2015 the govenor vetoed a bill that would have allowed sports access. The override vote was not successful. Read two different viewpoints on the topic in the HEAV Magazine.