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Home Education

Home Education is an educational option that satisfies the requirement for regular school attendance. Families have the right to determine their child's educational path, and students have the opportunity to learn at their own pace. Home education students are eligible to enter institutions of higher learning and to participate in the Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Program.
To establish a home education program for a student, please complete the Notice of Intent to Establish a Home Education form. Please complete the Letter of Termination of Home Education Program form to terminate a student's home education program and enter or return to Flagler Schools. All forms should be submitted to the Student Services Department either in person at 1769 E. Moody Blvd., by email to or mailed to Student Services, Attention: Home Education Dept., PO Box 755, Bunnell, FL 32110.
Please visit the Home Education page on the Florida Department of Education's website and the Florida Home Education Foundation website to learn more about state requirements for home education. For information about testing and assessments for home-schooled students, visit the Home Education and Testing page.

Home Education Learning Options

Students who would like to receive a diploma must be enrolled for their entire senior year at one of our traditional high schools or iFlagler Virtual School

High school level home school students may participate in partial enrollment at Flagler-Palm Coast High School or Matanzas High School and take up to three classes.

All home education students who wish to continue their home education status and obtain a completer affidavit may visit the Florida Parent Educators Association website for more information.