Home Study

  • What is traditionally known as home schooling or homeschooling is referred to by the State of Georgia as Home Study.  Fayette County Public Schools no longer offers a Home Study Program.

    House Bills 39 and 706, passed during the 2012 legislative session and signed by the Governor, moved the responsibility of homeschool reporting from local school systems to the Georgia Department of Education beginning July 1, 2012.  The Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) developed a web-based system to efficiently comply with the new homeschool requirements.  Parents/guardians are strongly encouraged to use the web-based system to submit their homeschool Declaration of Intent and attendance records as doing so will save time and resources for both the parent/guardian and the GaDOE.  Please be advised that the GaDOE web-based system is not affiliated with any vendor offering services to homeschool parents/guardians.

    The GaDOE web-based system is located on GaDOE’s homeschool webpage.  To find the homeschool webpage, go to the GaDOE webpage at http://www.gadoe.org.  After you open the GaDOE webpage, scroll down to the “Parents” section and choose the “Home Schools” link.  You can also find the homeschool webpage using the search engine at the top-right corner of your screen.  Simply search for “homeschool” and it will direct you to the homeschool webpage.    Additional information about homeschooling and how to submit homeschool documentation is available on the homeschool webpage.

    Thank you for your patience as we move forward to comply with the new homeschool requirements.

Contact Information

  • Georgia Department of Education
    Homeschool Division
    205 Jesse Hill Jr. Drive, SE
    Suite 1754 Twin Towers East
    Atlanta, GA 30334
    Fax: (404) 463-0441
    To request a Certificate of Attendance for a driver’s license, learner’s permit, work permit, or as needed for other purposes, please contact:
    Patrick Blenke


    Judy Serritella