Great news for those families that homeschool in Ohio. Legislation was just passed that provides “… the opportunity to participate in extracurricular activities offered at the district school to which the student otherwise would be assigned during that school year.”
In other words, a student is no longer required to enroll in their local public school system to be able to participate in sports, music, and other extracurricular activities.
Another significant provision of the bill is that homeschoolers can receive funding from the state’s Post-Secondary Enrollment Program (PSEO). This program pays for dual enrollment college courses at participating Ohio institutions of higher learning.
You can read more about the bill, including the text of the legislation, on the Home School Legal Defense Association web site.
Let’s hope that other states take notice and follow suit.