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Playing High School Sports

We are beginning something new this year. An attempt to play a sport for a school district even though we homeschool. Logic would state if we pay school taxes and live in the school district with children of appropriate ages, our children should have the ability to play sports without difficulty. Therein lies the problem.

As a homeschooling family, we are required to fill out some documents and provide a weekly progress report that is signed by an evaluator. Getting past the docs really is not the biggest problem. The evaluator is the issue. Unless the evaluator is feeling kind, we will likely have to pay for each review. A public school sport has now become cost prohibitive.

What does my state law say about this? Don’t know. We are proceeding in order to see what happens. Is this a case of exclusionary tactics?

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