Calvert Options in Alaska
Calvert Education partners with local districts to provide curriculum and support for virtual school programs in various locales. The following programs are available in Alaska:
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 and access local support groups.
Homeschooling Regulatory Information
The link below may help you with legal questions about homeschooling in your state.
Alaska Homeschool Support Groups
Homeschool support groups in your state are an excellent way to gain more assistance and guidance in your homeschooling endeavors. A regional support group fosters a wonderful sense of community among homeschooling families and allows for more opportunities to exchange ideas, plan group outings, and share in the overall experience of homeschooling! While Calvert supports the development of community among homeschool families, this listing does not constitute affiliation between Calvert School and the groups represented below.
ALASKA PRIVATE AND HOME EDUCATORS ASSOCIATION
The Alaska Private and Home Educators Association is a membership-based coalition of parents and others who have banded together for the furtherance of educational excellence through alternatives to the government-operated public schools.
EAGLE RIVER CHRISTIAN HOMESCHOOL ASSOCIATION (ERCHA)
ERCHA is a local Christian homeschool support group in the Chugiak/Eagle River area. We offer encouragement, advice, and fellowship for families who have made the decision to educate their children at home. We also welcome inquiries from people who are considering the homeschooling option.
NORTH STAR INDEPENDENT HOMESCHOOLERS
North Star Independent Homeschoolers consists of families of homeschoolers in Interior Alaska's North Star Borough who homeschool their children without taking any government monies or oversight to do so. This is a great, legal option for all homeschooling families in Alaska!
As independent homeschoolers, we—dads and moms—assume complete responsibility for educating our children. This is unlike Alaska's charter school programs (IDEA, Raven, etc.), in which this responsibility is shared among taxpayers, the charter system, its employees, and the parents.