Frequently Asked Questions

How much does HomeschoolCompliance.com cost?

After your 3 month free trial (no credit card required), a subscription costs $1 per month.

How do I get my homeschool teacher ID card (for local discounts)?

The HomeschoolCompliance.com Teacher ID card is part of your paid subscription. Login to your account and click the "Get Teacher ID Card" link. Visit our Teacher ID Card page for a list of over 75 vendors and the educational discounts they offer.

Will HomeschoolCompliance.com keep my information private?

Yes! The information you provide on this website (including email addresses) will not be sold, rented or leased to 3rd parties. HomeschoolCompliance.com also utilizes SSL 256 bit encryption thereby offering the highest level of encryption and security possible. This means you can rest assured that communications between your browser and this site's web servers are private and secure.

My child needs to get a drivers license, what do I do?

As of 8/20/12, homeschooled minors under the age of 18 are no longer required to present a notarized DS1 form to the Georgia Department of Driver Services to obtain their learner's permit or driver's license.

If your child is applying for their license, they will need to present a current Declaration of Intent (2015/2016) which contains a 32 unique character digital parent signature as proof of attendance.

Take a paper copy of this new Declaration of Intent containing your 32 character digital parent signature to your local Department of Driver's Services office when applying for a learner's permit or license.

Additionally, you will need to provide your child's social security card along with a birth certificate or passport, something that documents your residence (bills, voided check).

How do I get a work permit for my son?

The Georgia Department of Labor will issue a work permit with a copy of the birth certificate and the Declaration of Intent. Alternately, they will accept the copy of birth certificate and the Home School Work Permit Form. The GA DOE (Georgia Department of Education) does NOT issue work permits. Click the link below to download the necessary form.

Home School Work Permit Form

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