The Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA) permits a homeschooled student to participate in public school extracurricular athletics if that student’s parent has filed a notice of intent for that student and has otherwise complied with the requirements of Tennessee Code Annotated § 49-6-3050(b). Homeschool students associated with a church-related school, or operating in a satellite of a church-related school, may also participate in public school extracurricular athletics, subject to compliance with TSSAA eligibility rules. (See other eligibility requirements: TSSAA Bylaws, art. II, § 25, page 23).
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Home school students may also participate in public school extracurricular activities. As written in Tennessee Code Annotated 49-6-3050, public school facilities may be used by home school participants with the approval of the principal of the school, but this permissive authority shall not be construed to confer any right upon the participants to use public school facilities. If approved, use shall be in accordance with rules established by the local board of education.