- Thinking about home schooling?
- Wondering if you can do it?
- Need to know how to get started?
- Already home schooling but have questions?
Homeschooling can be a challenging experience if you are new to it. We understand and have provided some helpful links in order to help you get started.
Considering or new to home schooling? TheTexas Home School Coalition (THSC) website has answers to many of the questions you may have. THSC has long been a resource and source of expertise for home school families in Texas.The THSC website has an extensive frequently asked questions (FAQ) section plus information about homeschooling preschoolers, special needs children, teenagers and much more.
The Texas Home School Coalition (THSC) is the state-wide home school organization in Texas. THSC offers legal assistance to members who face issues with local school or government officials and advocates for home schooling in our state government.
THSC’s website is a treasure trove of information about all aspects of home schooling. Please vist their website at www.thsc.org and click on their “Getting Started” tab for more information.
Despite what you may have been told or led to believe, you do have the legal right to homeschool your children.
The Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA) is a nonprofit advocacy organization established to defend and advance the constitutional right of parents to direct the education of their children and to protect family freedoms. Through annual memberships, HSLDA is tens of thousands of families united in service together, providing a strong voice when and where needed.
Whenever RHSA can gather together 10 families who are or want to be HSLDA members, those families can join as a group and receive a $20 per family discount. Please contact usif you are interested.
Visit the Home School Legal Defense Association for more information about their work at http://www.hslda.org . Click on their “You Can Home School” tab for information.
The Home School Athletic Association (HSAA) has served the Dallas and North Texas areas since 1995. They provide a variety of sports activities for your student, including basketball, baseball, volleyball, football, soccer, track and field, cross country, golf, cheerleading, and water polo.
Established to provide homeschooled youth with opportunities to compete in competitive athletic events in a Christian atmosphere, the HSAA provides parents with support in developing a high moral character within each student athlete. Participating adults sign a statement of faith and are required to adhere to the guidelines.
Read Our FAQ
We have put together a list of questions that we often get asked, along with the answers. It won’t cover everything you need to know, but it’s a good place to begin.