Georgia Homeschool Compliance Reporting
A few friends in my local homeschool group told me about an e-filing service available to 121 districts in Georgia for homeschoolers to electronically file their compliance documents such as declaration of intent and monthly attendance reporting.
While I’ve been going the traditional paper, pen, and snail mail way of filing our paperwork since we began homeschooling, I was intrigued by the idea of filing all of our required paperwork in about less than a minute each month.
Having friends who used it for their entire school year last year and give it glowing reviews definitely caught my attention, too.
Thankfully, this service allows you to have a three month free trial without having to provide your credit card information. Another major plus for them in my book!
Within minutes, I had viewed their instructional video, read through their FAQs, and had enrolled for a free trial. Our declaration of intent and latest monthly attendance reports were filed electronically and a copy of each was in my email for my records.
No more printing, filling out, scanning or copying, and then putting in the mail.
Now, that’s definitely worth a dollar a month to me.
How do you file your paperwork?
Disclosure: I am in no way affiliated with Georgia Homeschool Compliance other than being a happy user. I’m just sharing a service that I love with other homeschooling families. If you are in Georgia, this service may be of interest to you.