New Frontiers School Board

Families who choose to homeschool their children must ensure that they provide an educational experience equivalent to that which is offered at school, and this in accordance with Law 144. (Law 144 PDF)

 

Guidelines

  1. Send your written notice of intent to homeschool to:
  • Ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement supérieur (MEES)

http://www.education.gouv.qc.ca/en/school-boards/support-and-assistance/homeschooling/

  1. Send your child’s “learning project” to:

 

Registration Process

To benefit from support services offered by the NFSB, you must also register your child with us by providing:

  • Your child’s Certificate of Eligibility for instruction in English.
    • If your child does not have this, please submit your child’s long-form birth certificate bearing the name of both parents.
    • If eligibility requirements are met, an application for a Certificate of Eligibility will be submitted on your behalf.
  • Proof that you live on our territory (utility bill, municipal tax statement).
  • A copy of the notice of intent to homeschool sent to the MEES, with proof of receipt.

To complete your child’s file, you must also make an appointment with our Registration Officer.

 

Re-Registration Process (For returning homeschooled students)

  1. Send your written notice of intent to homeschool to:
  • Ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement supérieur (MEES)

http://www.education.gouv.qc.ca/en/school-boards/support-and-assistance/homeschooling/

  1. Send a copy of the written notice of intent, with proof of receipt, to:

homeschooling@nfsb.qc.ca

  1. Send your child’s “learning project” to:

We wish you and your child a successful educational journey!