Frequently Asked Questions About COMAR
** This webpage is provided for informational purposes. It is not legal advice. **
Maryland is a moderately easy state to homeschool in. Once a parent submits their Notice of Intent, families are pretty much free to teach their children any way they see fit – as long as the home instruction meets a “regular, thorough” standard.
The homeschool regulation requires families to meet with their county school board or oversight umbrella for portfolio reviews. These reviews verify that parents are in compliance with COMAR.
The Maryland Homeschool Association offers families these COMAR FAQs, not as legal advice, but as a way to help make sense of your rights and responsibilities.
COMAR FAQs About Portfolio Requirements
COMAR FAQs About Scheduling and Meeting
Last modified on September 13, 2019