Through Walk of the California Homeschooling Affidavit (PSA) for 2017-2018

Here is a walk-through of this year’s PSA that independent homeschoolers in California need to fill out. This is only for homeschoolers that do not take part in charter schools and are not included in a larger group that files for you. 

 
Not any real changes from last year and is still super easy. If you need to get more details on how to homeschool in California you can pop over to How to Start Homeschooling in California for all the information and relevant links. 

(This is not legal advice by any means but a basic walk-through based on my knowledge of 10 years of homeschooling in California. )

4 Comments on “Through Walk of the California Homeschooling Affidavit (PSA) for 2017-2018”

  • Tracy January 3rd, 2018 6:09 pm

    Hello,
    I am homeschooling my child (will be 5 this summer) starting next fall. What curriculum are you using? I am looking at K12… but not sure if what they offer is in complete compliance with California school board requirements. Do you know how or where I can find those board requirements? Thanks in advance for your guidance! Happy New Year!

  • NerdMom January 12th, 2018 3:20 pm

    I use a smattering of curriculum, there is so much out there! The Department of Education has their standards posted online but you are not bound by them. all you need to do is teach all the basic areas!

  • Monica August 10th, 2018 11:34 am

    Hi there!! I’ve been watching your YouTube videos about homeschooling and I find them so helpful!! I am completely new to all this and I have no idea what I am doing. I recently enrolled my four year old into a charter school with a homeschool program. But now I’m thinking I want to do my own private school. Will I be able to take her out if I don’t like it? She doesn’t turn 5 until November. But her school starts this week.

  • NerdMom September 7th, 2018 12:16 pm

    Yes, you can pull her out and you don’t even need to file anything with the State of California.

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