Opening a Delaware Nonpublic School
Opening a Private School in Delaware
A private school shall mean a school having any or all of grades kindergarten through twelve, operating under a board of trustees and maintaining a faculty and plant which are properly supervised and shall be interpreted further to include an accredited or approved college or university.
See Opening a Private School for additional information and step-by-step instructions to open a private school.
Opening a Homeschool in Delaware
There are two types of homeschool options in Delaware:
Single Family Homeschool - The education of one's own child(ren) primarily by the parent(s) or legal guardian(s) of such child(ren) mainly in their own residence.
Multi-Family Homeschool – The education of children, primarily by the parent(s) or legal guardian(s) of such children mainly in one or several residences, or other facilities, when such children are not all related to each other as brother or sister. A person shall act as a liaison to the Delaware Department of Education (DDOE) for reporting enrollment and attendance information for all families involved.
See Opening a Homeschool for additional information and step-by-step instructions to open a homeschool.