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#1 of 3 Old 07-15-2011, 06:12 PM - Thread Starter
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It looks to me like NH is just a straight religious/medical exemption. Can anyone from NH comment? Thanks!

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Here is the form.

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We live in NH.  Although we'll be homeschooling our daughter this September we originally enrolled her in public school in April.  It was incredibly easy to get the religious exemption form.  I downloaded it, brought it to a notary public- it was at a postal store in Manchester, and she just signed it after looking at my ID. I didn't have to explain anything.  They took it on registration day and put it with her registration packet without a single word. 


NH is a really great state to move to if you're trying to get away from overbearing laws.  Live free or die!

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