Home School Attendance at Mid-State
Policies & Procedures - Home School Attendance at Mid-State
Mid-State complies with all education statutes and policies as regulated and promulgated by the Department of Public Instruction. Students under 18 years of age will not be able to participate in the following courses: nursing core, licensed practical nursing, fire training or police academy training.
- A home-schooled child age 15 or younger may attend night classes (beginning after 4:00 p.m.) at Mid-State for secondary non-required courses or post-secondary courses for which they meet the prerequisites.
- A home-schooled child age 16-17 may attend Mid-State during the school day (with the prior written consent of their parent) or in the evenings for secondary non-required courses or post-secondary courses for which they meet the prerequisites.
- A home-schooled child age 17 or younger may not attend the Learning Commons classes during the day, but may do so after 4:00 p.m.
- A home-schooled child age 18 or older who has completed high school may attend any Mid-State classes at any point during the school day.
- Home-schooled students are not eligible for federal financial aid until completion of their high school degree.
Questions regarding home-schooled students should be directed to the Admissions Office at any Mid-State location.