In 2014, I authored the “Tebow Bill” — House Bill 63 — which would have allowed Virginia’s high schools to open their doors to local homeschoolers.
After successfully passing through the House of Delegates, the Tebow Bill was defeated in a Senate Committee by one vote. Thirty-two other states currently allow homeschoolers to participate in competitive sports at their local high schools. With your help, I’ll keep fighting for the more than 32,000 homeschooled students here in the Commonwealth.
Interested in helping? Sign the Tebow Bill Petition and I’ll keep you posted on developments and let you know how you can help bring competitive sports to homeschooled children in your area.