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    We do the Private School Affidavit as well. For the record, there are no "reviews" here. You register your home as a private school (and do this online, annually) and then all you have to do beyond that is keep records. They have to attend a certain minimum number of days per year and you have to offer the same subjects that public schools are required to offer. However, if I remember correctly, if your school has fewer than 6 students, you don't really show up on any list and they don't inspect your home or contact you in any way.

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    This is an excellent site to read if you want to know about homeschooling in California. It is super easy to file a PSA and there are no reviews. Like others have said, you can also enroll with a charter if you want more oversight and funds. Check it out.

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