Thank you for your question.
Homeschooled children will not receive a diploma from the local public school or from the state. The IDOE suggests you use an accredited correspondence program which grants a diploma upon completion.
Students who are issued a diploma by the administrator (parent or legal guardian) of an Indiana homeschool possess a legally issued, non-accredited diploma according to the State of Indiana. Homeschools, like all other non-accredited, nonpublic schools, may legally issue a diploma to students that complete the graduation requirements of that school, as established by that school.
Thus, while this is allowed under State law, the State does not regulate or require that anyone acknowledge the diplomma. It does however provide that you can have the home school diploma accredited by third parties:
High School Only:
Indiana University (Accredited diploma**) (800) 334-1011
American School (Accredited diploma**) (800) 531-9268
Univ. of Nebraska (Accredited diploma**) (888) 482-5598
Allied National High School (Accredited diploma*) (800) 968-4034
That being said, your question was whether you could sue the State for allowing you to be homeschooled which you feel is worthless given that no one will recognize the diploma.
The short answer is no. The State has "sovereign immunity" from being sued and may only be sued where there is a violation of the constitution
or the state has provided a statute which say it may be sued.
Here, has a public education program in which you were eligible to participate. Your parents decided to homeschool you instead. Thus, there was no violation of the State's duty to provide you with a public education, as this was always an option.
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