Homeschooling in Georgia eBook

Tricia Hodges and I have compiled a whole lot of info for Georgia homeschoolers into one handy resource — and we’ve decided to offer this ebook to you at no cost.

Our Homeschooling in Georgia ebook includes info on:

  • Homeschool laws and graduation requirements
  • Field trips and other educational places and events
  • Co-ops, enrichment classes, and support groups
  • Homeschool conventions, used curriculum fairs, book sales.
  • Where to buy curriculum and educational supplies

handbook for homeschoolers in Georgia via See Jamie Blog

Of course, this ebook is not all-encompassing, and homeschool laws are subject to change at any time. But it’s a good jumping-off place, and we hope you’ll find it helpful! Since we couldn’t include everything in this handbook, we’ve also created a Homeschooling in Georgia Pinterest board we will continue to update as we come across relevant or helpful sites.

Get your copy:

To download your copy of Homeschooling in Georgia, simply subscribe to my blog or Tricia’s, and you will receive the download link. It’s absolutely free as a thank you for reading.

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