Nevada Homeschooling Legal Requirements
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Below is a quick reference guide on the homeschooling requirements for the state of Nevada. For more information on the legal requirements visit the HSLDA Nevada  page.
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Nevada residents are required to do two things to legally homeschool per the HSLDA:
1. File a one-time notice of intent to homeschool.
File the notice of intent with the superintendent of your local school district. You must file the notice before you start your homeschool program, or not later than 10 days after your child has been formally withdrawn from public school or not later than 30 days after establishing state residency. You do not have to file again, unless your name or address changes after filing, in which case you must file a new notice of intent with the superintendent of your local school district within 30 days.
2. Teach the required subjects.Nevada law requires that you teach your children these subjects: English (including reading, composition, and writing), math, science, and social studies (including history, geography, economics, and government).
Visit the HSLDA Nevada page  for more information on these steps and homeschooling in Nevada.
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