(taken from the CHECK website )
(Please note: the following discussion does not constitute the giving of legal advice and is not intended to be a substitute for competent legal counsel.)
Homeschooling is perfectly legal in the state of Kansas. Unfortunately, Kansas’s statutes do not mention homeschooling specifically, and thus some confusion exists on this issue, especially among public school officials and occasionally among local legal authorities. However, among the state’s legal authorities, which includes the Kansas Attorney General, the Department of Social and Rehabilitation Services (SRS), the legal staff of the Kansas State Board of Education, and numerous district courts, the legality of homeschooling in Kansas is fairly well settled.
Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA) serves the homeschooling community nationwide by providing legal assistance in the event of homeschooling-related legal problems.
To recieve a special discount on HSLDA membership, see the TPA Membership tab or this link - TPA Membership Info
Click here to view a file with a summary compiled by HSLDA of information for Kansas homeschoolers.
Kansas State Law requires homeschoolers to register their homeschool as a non-accredited private school.
Click here to register your homeschool with the state of Kansas.