Forms
Which forms do you need to fill out? Where can you get them? Here is a list of useful forms for homeschooling in Virginia.
Useful Forms for Virginia Homeschoolers
Notice of Intent to Provide Home Instruction
This is a slighty modified version of the standard form suggested by the Virginia Department of Education, which may used when providing notice of intent to homeschool with your local superintendent in accordance with the Home Instruction Statute [§22.1-254.1]. While using a form is not mandatory, it may expedite administration in some local school divisions.
Sample Notice of Intent to Provide Home Instruction
Generic NOI you can customize for submission.
Option 1 Notice of Intent (NOI) - Eclectic Curriculum
Sample of an option (i) NOI that has been accepted by Prince William County Public Schools.
Option 1 Notice of Intent (NOI) - Sample from Prince William County School District
Sample of an option (i) NOI that has been accepted by Prince William County Schools.
Option 1 Notice of Intent (NOI) - Sample from Arlington County School District
Sample of an option (i) NOI that has been accepted by Prince Arlington County Public Schools.
Option 1 Notice of Intent (NOI) - Sample from Albemarle County School District
Sample of an option (i) NOI that has been accepted by Albemarle County Public Schools.
Option 1 Notice of Intent (NOI) - Sample from Fairfax County School District
Sample of an option (i) NOI that has been accepted by Fairfax County Public Schools.
Featured Resources

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Catholic Home Schooling: A Handbook for Parents
Mary Kay Clark, the director of the accredited and successful Seton Home Study School shows parents why and how to teach their children at home, giving scores of practical examples and setting forth the spiritual, moral and academic advantages. The book includes chapters by several experts and covers Catholic curriculum, textbooks, Catholic family life, legal aspects, discipline, socialization, home management, using computers, children with learning disabilities, single-parent home schooling, t...
A History of Science
A History of Science is not a textbook, but is a guide to help parents and children study science through literature. It is intended for children in elementary grades.
Morning by Morning : How We Home-Schooled Our African-American Sons to the Ivy League
Home schooling has long been regarded as a last resort, particularly by African-American families. But in this inspirational and practical memoir, Paula Penn-Nabrit shares her intimate experiences of home-schooling her three sons, Charles, Damon, and Evan. Paula and her husband, C. Madison, decided to home-school their children after racial incidents at public and private schools led them to the conclusion that the traditional educational system would be damaging to their sons’ self-esteem...
The Case for Classical Christian Education
Douglas Wilson looks at the state of America's school system and offers a remedy for those who are committed to their children's best interests in education. Wilson details the history of the classical education movement and discusses what is needed for a useful curriculum. Readers will come to understand that classical education offers the best opportunity for academic achievement, character growth, and spiritual education. 
Reading Made Easy
Reading Made Easy is a phonics-based program, featuring 108 easy lessons, designed to be taught in less than 30 minutes per day. It is fully scripted and has original Christian content and stories. Includes hands-on writing and drawing activities. Reading Made Easy can be purchased here.