We homeschool our children. Are they eligible for an ESA if they enroll to take 1-2 classes at an accredited nonpublic school? Fernando D January 22, 2024 00:46 Updated Answer: No. One of the eligibility requirements for an ESA is full-time enrollment in an accredited nonpublic school. Related to Iowa parent eligibility homeschool Related articles My student was homeschooled in the 2022-2023 school year and will be enrolling in an Iowa accredited nonpublic school for the 2023-2024 school year. Is my student eligible for an ESA? The Marketplace is Open for the Close the Gap Grant Program My student is switching schools in the middle of the semester. Will I still be able to use funds in the ESA? My student will be switching schools from an Iowa accredited nonpublic school to public school or homeschool for the 2023-2024 school year. Is my student eligible for an ESA? I am a current resident of Iowa but did not file a 2022 Iowa State Tax Return. Are my students eligible for an ESA?