• The Long Road to Homeschool Freedom; 1947-Present

    We did not always have it as good as we currently do in Nevada. Read about how we got where we are. Read More
  • HSLDA Supreme Court Case

    The Loudermilk family case was heard before the United States Supreme Court. Support their cause by giving to HSLDA at www.hslda.org/LoudermilkSC. Read More
  • What do the new Education Savings Accounts mean to homeschoolers?

    How does SB302 and the Education Savings Accounts affect homeschoolers? Can homeschoolers participate? Read More
  • Join NHN today!

    NHN needs your support. One way you can do that is by becoming a member. NHN volunteers spend countless hours helping and advocating for homeschooling families in Nevada. Click here to see the benefits... Read More
  • 2017 Legislative wrap up

    2017 legislative session certainly had its ups and downs for the homeschooling community. Here is your summary of the bills that NHN followed through the 2017 session. Read More
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Homeschooling and Child Abuse, Child Neglect, and Child Fatalities

2/2/2018 - NHN Officers offer this position statement against increasing regulatory burden on homeschool parents and defend the right of parents to educate their children free Read More

NHN "Homeschool Memo" - updated February 2018

NHN Homeschool MEMO to Parents, Public & Private School Administrators, State Officials In 2007 after the Homeschool Freedom bill (SB 404) unanimously passed the Nevada Read More

Frequently Asked Questions - Updated

NHN's Frequently Asked Questions have LOTS of great answers to questions you may have regarding homeschooling in Nevada. We work hard to keep this information Read More

World Book and common core

It has come to the attention of NHN that World Book has changed their recommended course of study to be aligned with Common Core standards. Read More

Self-funded Homeschool Freedom vs. Public-funded "School Choice"

The 2017 Nevada Legislative session ended without the NV-ESA being funded! But homeschool parents and advocates must stay engaged in the debate over "government funded Read More
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  • Mission
  • Philosophy
  • Objective
Nevada Homeschool Network (NHN) strives to advocate for homeschool freedom and the right of each family to direct the education their own children as they see best. It is our intent to respond to the wishes, concerns and interests of the homeschooling community, and to report on legislative, legal and other matters relevant to homeschooling and family education.
  • NHN serves all families interested in home education to the best of our ability regardless of race, creed, methods used, or reasons for homeschooling.
  • NHN believes there are as many educational approaches as there are students.
  • NHN believes the choice of the educational approach is the constitutional, natural and God-given right of the guardian of the child.
  • We hold that there is a constitutional right for parents to direct their child’s education. Further, that the state’s regulation of education is secondary to this parental right.
  • NHN believes citizens must maintain eternal vigilance to protect their liberty and encourages families to remain informed of home school law.
  • Network with and disseminate information to Nevada homeschool groups and individuals
  • To monitor and influence state legislation and district policies affecting homeschooling
  • To defend the right to homeschool and to maintain the least restrictive laws and policies for homeschooling
  • To sponsor symposiums or conferences in Nevada that help parents become the best parent-teachers they can be.
  • To educate families, educators, elected officials and the public on the laws and merits of home based education
  • To assist homeschoolers and support groups in establishing communication with local school officials