Alabama's Public and Home School Choice Options
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Alabama has open enrollment, click here.
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. Alabama is one of eight states without a law permitting charter schools.
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Alabama, click here.
Parents have to meet certain laws in Alabama when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Alabama, click here.