[[You can go to www.hslda.org and I think look up your state for HS requirements. I haven't been to their site recently, so I don't know if anything has changed.]]
PLEASE don't. There are some very serious inaccuracies on that site. For example, for my state, PA, they list an umbrella school option of VERY questionable legality. The HSLDA has a very strong agenda of their own and YOU will be the person in trouble if you believe their web site when they are wrong. You can get a copy of the actual homeschool law for your state and read it for yourself. There is no, repeat no, substitute for this. You may be able to get this from your state-level Department of Education's website. If not, ask your librarian to help you find it. Read it over and over until you become your own expert. There's way too much at stake to take the lazy way out by believing any third party (including me.) Please don't take this as an attack on the HSDLA. It's not. I'm sure they do a good job for their members, but that's a whole different thing.
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