Space of Mind is a strange place.
Housed in a little white historic building downtown, the “social homeschooling facility” is a new-ageish riot of open spaces, colors, bean-bag chairs and graffitied walls.
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Back to homeschooling
The number of students being homeschooled in Palm Beach County continues to grow.
Source: Palm Beach County School District
- Homeschool students are not required to take FCATs or other state-mandated tests, although they can choose to do so.
- Parents interested in homeschooling a child must submit a notice of intent to their school district.
- Parents are required to keep a portfolio of their child’s work, and submit a yearly evaluation showing that the student is making adequate learning progress.
- Homeschoolers do not generally get high school diplomas, but rather certificates of completion. But if they homeschool using Florida Virtual School or a correspondence program, they may be able to get a diploma that way.
Source: Palm Beach County School District.