Kentucky Letter of Intent to Homeschool

Kentucky Homeschool Law - Homeschool State Laws

Notify the School District of Your Decision To Homeschool

If you have decided to homeschool your child then you must send a letter of intent to your school district superintendent notifying them of your decision. This letter must be sent preferably 10 days before school begins and no later than two (2) weeks after the beginning of the public school year. It is acceptable to send the letter later in the school year if you start to homeschool mid-year, or if you move into the area mid-term; in either case, you must be prompt.

Follow these steps to fill out and send a Kentucky Letter of Intent.

  1. Print the Kentucky Letter of Intent to Homeschool. 
  2. Fill in the blanks with your personal information.
  3. Make a copy for your records.
  4. Mail a signed copy of your Letter of Intent to the District Superintendent by certified mail return receipt request.

NOTE: This Kentucky Letter of Intent to Homeschool is designed after the sample letter by the Kentucky Department of Education.

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