Application for participating and voting membership in SAIL is open to any* homeschooling family in Collin County and surrounding areas that supports the purpose and mission statements found in the SAIL By-Laws. New members are required to complete our online application and forms, pay annual dues, and attend a short meeting at our Online Information Meeting.

Any prospective SAIL members are encouraged to visit us at our Online Information Meeting held on the first Monday of each month. During the Online Information Meeting, you will have the opportunity to visit with representatives from our Membership Team, ask questions, and even join that day if you decide that SAIL is the right group for your family.

Browse through the sections below to get further details about joining SAIL!

Review policies and details of SAIL membership.

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Complete the membership application process and ask questions to see if SAIL is right for your family.

* Exceptions: While SAIL strives to be an inclusive group, there are rare situations that would require the Board to decline a family‚Äôs application. Due to potential safety concerns, it is our policy to deny, restrict, or revoke a family’s membership in SAIL if we find out that an immediate family member is listed on the Sex Offender Registry.