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Home School Office

The Home School Office provides information about transferring a student out of an APS school in order to establish a home school site.

Contact Information

Physical Address:
6400 Uptown Blvd. NE Suite 100 West Albuquerque 87110 Map

Phone: (505) 855-9042
Fax: (505) 855-9051

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2020欧洲杯线上投注Homeschooling is the education of children at home (typically by parents), rather than in a formal public or private school setting.

How to Set Up a Home School

The (NMPED) oversees homeschooling programs. 

If you're interested in homeschooling your children, call the 2020欧洲杯线上投注website for more information.

2020欧洲杯线上投注When setting up a Home School site, parents or tutors are required to provide all the teaching materials and curriculum for students. APS does not provide assistance to students who are being homeschooled.

Participating in After-School Activities

2020欧洲杯线上投注Homeschooled students can participate in certain extra-curricular activities, clubs, and sports through their local APS middle and high schools. Contact the activities director at the school for more information about available activities and eligibility.

Transferring from Home School to APS

All students transferring from a Home School into the Albuquerque Public Schools district will have to enroll in the school assigned by their address. Go to the Enrollment page for more information

Kindergarten through 8th Grade

2020欧洲杯线上投注Students transferring from a home school program into an APS school will be placed in the grade appropriate to their age. After a six-week observation period, a parent/teacher conference will be scheduled to discuss the student's placement and make any needed adjustments.

9th through 12th Grade

Contact the Home School office at (505) 855-9042 for information about transferring students into an APS school.

Family School

Parents planning on transitioning their students back into public schools can look into enrolling their child into Coyote Willow Family School or Desert Willow Family School

The Family Schools are an alternative K–8 program offered through APS. Students attend a public school program that combines a half-day or 80% of classroom instruction with a half-day or 20% of home-based instruction. This helps parents and students take active roles in their educational process and also provides support for students transitioning into public schools.