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By law, all parents who are enrolled in home education must submit an annual evaluation for each child, even if they plan to re‐enroll their child in a public or private school for the following school year. The requirement may be met by submitting one of the following:
A written evaluation performed by a teacher with a valid Florida Professional Certificate.
Transcript from HVS or FLVS showing successful completion of a full year of English/Language Arts and Math.
The results of a nationally normed achievement test administered by a teacher with a valid Florida Professional Certificate.
The results of a state student assessment test used by the school district. (These scores, whether unsatisfactory or satisfactory, are automatically sent to the Home Education Office for the annual evaluation.)
The results of an evaluation by a psychologist with a valid active Florida license.
For high school students completing the junior or senior year, an official score report from the SAT or ACT may be submitted. The test results must reflect a spring testing date.