No headquarters other than your house. And if you are truly homeschooling (not doing public school at home) then you will need to supply your books.
Illinois is a good state to homeschool in, very few regulations.
see http://www.hslda.com for details on the law.
some good sites for supplies:
Yeah, there are a few online schools.
There is no actual homeschool headquarters; each homeschool is subject to the laws particular to their state. For IL:
Finding a local group might help to answer some of the questions you might have about your particular area. I found this list for Illinois statewide:
Insofar as online homeschooling, there are dozens of things available. try a yahoo search for online homeschool or homeschooling. These are just some of a few:
Best of luck to you!
the homeschool program I used was Christian Liberty (CLASS).they're pretty near Chicago - Arlington Heights. While they do not offer online classes, they do have more online support now.
The website is www.homeschools.org
There is a K12 virtual school if you're in the Chicago school district. They use K12 like I do, but I use it independently (pay for it myself). It's a wonderful curriculum.
Here's the link:
Do yourself a favor and dont home school your kids. My niece did it to her kids and the oldest is like 12 and cant read. She has created 5 social rejects kids. Please have them learn from a real school for you sake and theirs and mankind as well.
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