Arkansas law allows home schoolers to try out for extracurricular activities at their local public school.

This law:

  • Requires a school let home schooled students try out or sign up for extracurricular activities if the students demonstrate academic eligibility;
  • Requires students be present at school for no more than one class period per day only when participation in the interscholastic activity requires other students who participate in the interscholastic activity to be at school;
  • Sets standards by which home schooled students participating in extracurricular activities meet and maintain participation eligibility.

You can read the entire law below or click here to download it.