Homeschool Oklahoma is directed by a board of trustees, comprised of homeschooling couples who agree with HSOK’s statement of faith. They serve a three-year term.
An advisory board, comprised of representatives from each affiliated homeschool support group, provides communication between HSOK and homeschoolers around the state concerning the activities and decisions of HSOK. In 2001, non-profit, 501(c)(3) status was granted by the IRS. Under IRS rules, contributions are tax-deductible.
Homeschool Oklahoma depends upon the volunteer efforts of the homeschool community and greatly appreciates your volunteer hours, donations, membership, and prayers.