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Do I need to submit a Notice of Intent to the school district if I enroll?
Oops! I already submitted a Notice of Intent, but I’d rather enroll in the CHEC Independent School. What can I do?
If I filed a Notice of Intent (under Homeschool Law), can I file test scores with you?
How do I enroll?
Who can enroll?
When is enrollment open?
Is there a deadline to enroll?
How much does it cost to enroll?
What are the benefits of enrolling?
What is required of members?
Where are my student’s records stored?
How can I submit my student’s records?
What do I need to know about assessments? When are they due?
How do I know which grade I should enroll my student in? (Click to view the Age/Grade Chart)
My family is currently enrolled. How can I update my records with a new address, etc.?
How can I add a new student to my family enrollment? Does it cost?
Does CHEC provide curriculum for members of the CHEC Independent School?
Can my student participate in public school extra-curricular activities if my family is enrolled in the CHEC Independent School?
How do I withdraw my student?
Help! I’m not very computer-savvy. What are my options?
Can I enroll if I am out-of-state or out-of-country?
You must follow the homeschool laws for the state or country that you live in.
If your state or country allows for a family to be enrolled in a private school located in Colorado/the US and teach their children at home, then you can enroll in the CHEC Independent School.
HSLDA has all homeschool laws on its website:
- United States homeschool laws
- International homeschool laws (for countries in which it is legal to homeschool)
If your family is US military and living on base, then US laws apply.