Students enrolled at Aspiring Heights Academy are private school students–not homeschool students as defined in s. 1002.41. You do not need send a notice of intent to establish a home education program to your district school superintendent if you enroll your child in our school.
Do I have to notify anyone that I am enrolling my child in your school?
If your child is not enrolled in any home education program, public school, or private school, then you do not need to notify anyone of your educational choice to enroll your child in our school.
Who do I notify if my child is registered as a homeschooler with our school district?
If you sent your district school superintendent a Notice of Intent to establish a home education program, then you must send them a notice of termination, along with your child's annual evaluation, within 30 days of your child's enrollment at Aspiring Heights Academy. Your district school may have a form you can download, or you can download a termination notice here. (The requirement to include your child's annual evaluation with your termination notice was added to s. 1002.41 in 2018.)
Who do I notify if my child is enrolled in a public school?
If your child is currently enrolled as a public school student, then you will need to withdraw your child from the public school. Your district school will have a form for you to complete. They will probably want to know why you are withdrawing your child so that they can assign the appropriate withdrawal code. Make sure you specify that your child is (or will be) enrolled in a private school, not a home education program.
Some schools prefer that parents withdraw their children before enrolling them into another school, some schools prefer that parents withdraw their children after enrolling them into another school, and some schools don't have a preference. In any case, be sure to formally withdraw your child in a timely manner to avoid any potential truancy issues. (See Florida Statute 1003.26)
Who do I notify if my child is enrolled in a private school?
If your child is currently enrolled in a private school, you will need to formally withdraw your child from the other school. Your school may have a particular policy regarding this, but you should only need to provide them with something in writing stating that you are withdrawing your child from their school.