Homeschoolers are allowed to participate in public school sanctioned activities in the district in which they reside, or open enroll to, without taking a minimum number of classes as long as they meet eligibility standards.
1. Students of any grade level may participate in any activity at their public school. Some high school activities are sanctioned by the South Dakota High School Activities Association and there are specific requirements for that participation.
2. High school students who are participating in a SDHSAA sanctioned activity cannot leave public school mid-semester and continue to participate in activities that semester as a Alternative Instruction student.
3. You may be asked to submit transcripts for the previous semester grades to prove academic eligibility.
5. You must fill out the SDHSAA checklist and provide it to your school. Find that form here.
Note: high schools do not have to accept homeschool credits even if they were taken from a nationally accredited program.