Monroe County Public Library has a wide variety of resources to benefit homeschooling families. We provide materials on subjects including: reading, science, math, art, music, and history as well as many online digital resources to help support most curriculums. To learn more about homeschooling and connect with other homeschooling families in Monroe County, see:
IAHE - Indiana Association of Home Educators
A not-for-profit organization founded in 1983, IAHE supports and encourages families interested in home education. IAHE provides resources of interest to home educators, including contact information for regional representatives, ways to connect with other homeschooling families in the state, recommendations for curriculum resources, and more.
African American Homeschool Moms
This website provides encouragement for Black homeschoolers, recommends cultural resources, including Black Ted Talks, and maintains a list of free homeschool resources.
Indiana Department of Education - Homeschool Information
- Using an online learning program in affiliation with a public or private school is not considered homeschooling.
- There is no state-approved curriculum for home education at any grade level, nor are there state-approved or mandated textbooks. Indiana law gives home educators the flexibility to choose the curriculum and textbooks they feel will most benefit their children.
For more information, please visit the Indiana Department of Education.
- Homeschool Guidance - Student Transfers to Homeschool PDF
- Homeschool Help Sheet
- State Standards
- When a Homeschooled Child Returns to Public School