We recommend that homeschooling families join HSLDA. A lawyer is on call 24/7. Even if you never experience legal trouble yourself, your HSLDA membership will help enable other homeschooling families to get the legal help they need and will help defend our right to homeschool here in the Allen County area. Here is an example when the St. Mary’s superintendent overstepped his authority and HSLDA stepped in to address the situation.
Membership in HSLDA also gives you personal access to the legal staff; HSLDA’s experienced high school, struggling learners, and early years consultants; selling privileges at the HSLDA Curriculum Market; and discounts through HSLDA’s PerX program.
Get discounts by showing your HSLDA membership card/Teacher ID at businesses that offer teacher discounts, such as:
- A.C. Moore Arts and Crafts
- Ann Taylor Loft
- Apple Store
- Barnes & Noble
- Big Lots
- The Book Barn
- Colonial Williamsburg
- The Container Store
- Creation Museum
- Generation Joshua
- Half Price Books
- J. Crew
- Joann Fabrics
- Mount Vernon
- New York and Co.
- Office Depot
- Office Max
- Patrick Henry College
- Patrick Henry Preparatory Academy
- Ripley’s Attractions, Gatlinburg, TN
What does it cost?
- 1 Year : $120 with group discount $100
- 2 Years: $230 with group discount $190
- 5 Years: $500 with group discount $450
- Lifetime: $1000 no group discount
How to receive the HSLDA group discount:
Current HSLDA members:
Current members do not need to send a check until their renewal time. The $20 discount will appear on their next annual HSLDA renewal form. Fill out the Enrollment Form and return to April Boyer no later than August 24 ,2014.
Why a group discount?
- It saves members 17% ($20) off their membership fees.
- It may qualify Home Educate for a Home School Foundation grant.