Ohio Homeschooling Resources
Welcome! Homeschooling is an exciting journey and we will be with you every step of the way.
These resources will help you navigate the state requirements, access local support groups, and plan for fun educational outings.
Calvert Partner Schools in Ohio
As part of our continued commitment to promote broad access to our world renowned curriculum, Calvert School is pleased to announce our Calvert Preferred Partner program in Ohio. In addition to our traditional private tuition program, Calvert‘s Pre-Kindergarten through Eighth Grade curriculum is also available, at no cost, through any one of our fine Preferred Partners listed below.
Serving families in the area of Fairborn, Ohio.
700 Black Lane
The Newark Digital Academy (NDA) offers several state accredited, distance learning opportunities for Newark students. We partner with TRECA Digital Academy (TDA) to provide K–12 students the latest technology to deliver instruction via computers in their homes. We also partner with the CALVERT School to provide traditional homeschool curriculum for grades K–8; and we partner with the American School to provide curriculum by correspondence to seniors needing fewer than 5 credits.
SPARCC provides support for technology to school districts in Stark and Carroll Counties in Northeast Ohio. Our mission is to provide high quality support for the selection, acquisition, installation, maintenance and integration of technology into the learning community. A number of schools served by SPARCC offer online learning as an educational alternative for their students. Currently, there are over 2000 student enrollments in online courses through Stark and Portage Counties. The Calvert curriculum will be offered to K-8 students as an option to traditional classroom instruction.
Quaker Digital Academy helps make quality education available anywhere, anytime, regardless of where a student goes to school and where the teacher works. QDA offers access to an exciting new learning community where students can succeed because they’re working one-on-one with a skilled teacher, without peer pressure, without fear of failure, and without worry that they can’t keep up. We’re helping to eliminate achievement gaps, giving confidence to reluctant learners, and energizing teachers with the opportunity for one-to-one instruction. Students can take courses they need to make up credits, do remedial work, accelerate their learning, or continue going to school while working or raising children. For learners who do not fit the traditional classroom, working one-on-one with their own teacher is often the perfect solution. Currently, QDA is partnering with six companies that provide outstanding curriculums: Virtual Learning, Educational Options, Lincoln Interactive, University of Missouri, Class.com, and Calvert. With these six choices, QDA is able to meet the specific needs of all students, K-12. In the near future, QDA is expanding with more outstanding curriculums, implementing curriculum developed by our own NPCS teachers, and post-secondary choices.
Virtual Schoolhouse is a school designed to address the needs of students in grades K–12 who are at risk of dropping out. Our students face many economic, environmental, emotional, and/or academic challenges, including physical and mental health illnesses, social disadvantages, learning disabilities or other special needs. Virtual Schoolhouse strives to provide exceptional educational experiences for all students regardless of grade or performance level.
Ohio homeschooling Regulatory Information
The link and contact information below will provide you with answers to any legal question you may have about homeschooling in your state.
Robert Hubbell (614) 644-2636
Sandra Hay (614) 644-2632