Welcome to Homeschool Idaho.

We are a non-profit organization that exists to inspire parents to educate their children at home,
to promote parent-led, privately-funded home education, and to preserve homeschool freedoms.

What we do

In 2018, Idaho Coalition of Home Educators (ICHE, est. 1992)
and Christian Homeschoolers of Idaho State (CHOIS, est. 1998)
joined forces as a single organization.
Homeschool Idaho is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization, powered by volunteers.

Legislative Pie Day

February 13, 2019


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May 25, 2019


June 7-8, 2019


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June 6, 2019

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2018 Idaho Political Candidate Survey Responses

Homeschool Resources

From preschoolers
to high schoolers,
Homeschool Idaho
has the resources
to help make
your homeschool journey
a success!

Getting Started

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Elementary & Middle School

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High School

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Special Needs

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Idaho Homeschool Law

Did you know that Idaho enjoys some of the greatest homeschool freedoms
in the world?

Idaho Homeschool Academic Achievement

Composite 2017 testing results of Idaho students privately homeschooled by their parents scored, on average, 19 – 47 percentage points above students enrolled
in Idaho public schools.
Homeschool Idaho testing is open to privately home educated students in grades 3 – 12 who are taught three or more of the following academic subjects at home: math, language, reading, science, and social studies. Our composite data is strictly a comparison of privately home educated students and publicly educated students.
  • Vocabulary – 95%
  • Reading – 92%
  • Language – 87%
  • Mathematics – 75%

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