Homeschooling has been legal in Tennessee for more than 20 years. Over time, we have seen new rules open doors for homeschoolers to enhance their educational experience through academics as well as athletics. Access to public and private school sports has been a significant benefit to homeschoolers. Major changes occurred in March 2015 when the
In Tennessee, many homeschool parents who have children that participate in organized sports have to ask the tough question: Do we continue homeschooling or allow our child to attend a public or a private school, so they may play in organized sports? It can be a “make or break” decision, and many previously homeschooled students
On March 11, 2015 the TSSAA Legislative Council voted to revise the Home School Rule in their Bylaws. So, what exactly do these new changes mean for homeschoolers? Read our full article over at Homeschooling in Williamson County...
Can My HomeLife Student Play for a TSSAA Sports Team? Over the last few years, the TSSAA (Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association) has made some changes that aim to include homeschoolers in league sports. First, a bylaw was changed which allowed home school students to participate in TSSAA sports if the local school also allowed
On Sun, Apr 18, 2010 at 8:10 PM, Kathy wrote: Hey David, Homelife Academy is the State High School Champion in Foil Fencing!!! We beat Baylor (our biggest rival)!!!! We have a huge trophy that we don't know what to do with :-) We were thinking the kids could pass it around until the Chatt