Wyoming Homeschool Law


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Required Attendance Age

The state of Wyoming requires your child to attend school from the age of 7 to 16 years old. Legal schooling options include:

  • public school
  • private school
  • parochial school
  • homeschool (i.e. a home-based educational program)

(see legal reference #1: a, and #2: a-v)

Notify The School District

The Wyoming Homeschool Law requires you to submit a list of curriculum to the local board of trustees in your school district. This list must include your curriculum choices in each of the required educational subjects (see the section “required subjects” below).

You must submit a list of your curriculum every year that you choose to homeschool at the beginning of the school year.

(see legal reference #1: b)

If You Need To Withdraw Your Child

If your child is already attending a Wyoming Public School you will need to officially withdraw them before beginning to homeschool. First, notify your local school district that you will be homeschooling by submitting a list of curriculum to your local board of trustees (see the section on “Notifying the School District” above) then fill out an Official Student Withdrawal Letter send it to your child’s school by certified mail.


The Wyoming Homeschool Law does not require you to meet any specific qualifications in order to homeschool your child.

Days Of Instruction

The Wyoming Homeschool Law does not require you to homeschool for a specific amount of hours/day or days/year.

Required Subjects

The Wyoming Homeschool Law requires your child to study the following 7 educational subjects as part of their homeschool curriculum:

  1. Reading
  2. Writing
  3. Mathematics
  4. Civics
  5. History
  6. Literature
  7. Science

(see legal reference #2: a-vi)

Keep Records

The Wyoming Homeschool Law does not require you to keep specific records of your homeschool program.

However, HSLDA suggests that you keep detailed records of your homeschool program and samples of your child’s work in case you might ever need proof of your child’s education.


The Wyoming Homeschool Law does not require homeschool students to participate in yearly testing or educational assessments.

Immunization Law For Wyoming Homeschoolers

The state of Wyoming requires homeschool students to receive vaccinations.

In Wyoming homeschools are considered a private school and the law requires all children attending a public or private school to receive immunizations or submit a waiver. However, you are not required to submit proof of your child’s immunizations or waiver to the school district, just to have them in your records.

(see legal reference #3)

Helpful Websites For Wyoming Homeschoolers 

For local support and information visit these Wyoming homeschool websites:

Wyoming Department Of Education

Homeschoolers Of Wyoming

Legal References

This summary is for informational purposes only and is not given as legal advice. HomeschoolStateLaws.com does not endorse any of the links or organizations listed above.

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