10 Hilarious & Clean Homeschool Jokes Guaranteed to Make You Laugh!


Homeschooling can be a lot of fun, but it’s also a lot of work. Sometimes, it’s hard to keep a sense of humor about it all. But, if you’re homeschooling with kids who are old enough to get the jokes, here are some jokes that will help you lighten up the load and keep things fun.

We can always do with more jokes, so if you think up a good one, add it to the comments below, and I’ll put it in the post!

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A man is talking to his homeschool graduate friend about a school reunion they just had. Wanting to add something to the conversation, the homeschooler says, ‘Yeah…I just had my homeschool reunion. But, we do it weekly, not annually.”

Homeschooler bumps into a schoolchild at the grocery store. As the schoolchild gets to know the homeschooler, he asks, ‘So, do you have to go far to get to school?’ ‘Nope,’ the homeschooler says, ‘just downstairs.’
When a new homeschooler is asked about how homeschool is going, he’s met by pretty positive vibes and the statement, ‘Yeah, it’s going well. We’re getting serious now. Mom just got a world globe and bought me some new pajamas.”
I expelled my son from homeschool for bad behaviour, but he keeps coming back…
I never realized I had split personality. I the morning, I’m a lovely serene being. In the evening, I’m a completely different being… 
A long school day when you’re homeschooled is working past 12pm.
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Homeschool Student Jokes

Please note that these jokes are to be taken in a light-hearted way and as a form of humor, and are not always accurate!

Homeschooler to school friend: “I’m the smartest kid in my class. And the most athletic. And the best-looking.”

Why do homeschooled kids make such great writers? Because they’re always reading between the lines!

Why are homeschooled kids so good at science? They’re always conducting experiments at home!

What’s the difference between homeschooled kids and public schooled kids? Homeschooled kids have class all day, every day!

Why did the homeschooled student bring a ladder to class? Because she wanted to reach new heights in her education!

Why do homeschooled kids always have good handwriting? They’re used to writing everything “by hand”!

Why did the homeschooled student excel in math? Because she was always “schooled” in the subject.

Why did the homeschooled student’s computer break? Because it had too many pop-up assignments!

How do homeschooled kids stay organized? They always have their homework in their “parent-heses”!

Why did the homeschooled student refuse to take a nap? Because she wanted to finish her ‘schools work’

Why do homeschooled students love fractions? Because they always have a part of the day to themselves!

Homeschool Mom Jokes

Again, these jokes are to be taken in a light-hearted way and as a form of humor, but no offense is intended towards homeschool moms, they do a great job raising and educating their children.

Why did the homeschool mom go to the grocery store? To stock up on curriculum-ate!

Why did the homeschool mom wear glasses? Because she was always “school”ed in the subject!

I used to joke that I would be that mom who got a call that my kid did something “wrong” and be like, “OK, and…?” Luckily for everyone, I homeschool my kids, or else my mama bear claws would be all out on schools the last year!

Why did the homeschool mom paint her living room? She wanted to create a “study-friendly” environment!

Why do homeschool moms always know where to find their kids? Because they’re always underfoot!

Why did the homeschool mom join a gym? She needed a break from all the “lifting” of heavy textbooks!

Why do homeschool moms make great detectives? They’re always solving the “mystery” of how to teach a difficult concept!

What do you call it when a homeschool mom talks to herself? A parent-teacher conference.

When asked what her homeschool method is, Homeschool mom says, ‘I have no idea what method it is, but I’m following it really well.’

My son made a new friend at the playpark and was making conversation. He said, ‘My dad is a Physiotherapist but my mom doesn’t do anything.’ I thought I’d take that one on the chin…

Why do homeschool moms always have a smile on their face? Because they’re always on “parent-hesis”!

Why did the homeschool mom start a garden? She wanted to teach her kids about “root-ing” for knowledge!

Why is the homeschool mom a pro at multitasking? Because she has to teach, cook, and parent all at the same time!

Why did the homeschool mom invent the whiteboard? Because she needed a bigger “chalk-board”!
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You Might Have Been Homeschooled If…

How do you know if someone was homeschooled? Well, you know you’ve been homeschooled if…

  • you do all your math homework in one day so you can have the rest of the week off
  • ten kids are exiting a van with matching denim outfits
  • you’re not sure what grade you’re in or
    • if you know what grade you’re in, you answer the grade you’re in for each individual subject!
  • you think about a grocery store trip as a field trip
  • you’re happy to study anywhere…preferably upside down
  • your preferred company at the cinema is your parents. Failing that, your siblings
  • the school photo has matching uniforms, but not in the traditional manner…
  • when you get to college you’re completely surprised to see chairs with little tables attached
  • you’ve got no idea about pop culture

Boo yeah!

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Conclusion to These Funny Homeschool Jokes

In conclusion, jokes about homeschooling are a great way to bond with other homeschoolers and to show the public that homeschooling is a fun and valid option. If you know any good jokes, please share them in the comments below. Let’s keep the laughter going!

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Rebecca Devitt

Most adults don't particularly want to relive their schooling experience on a daily basis. They would gladly move on to a new life devoid of homework and teachers. Very, very few adults will passionately blog about their schooling some 15 years after graduating. This makes Rebecca Devitt somewhat unique. As it happens, she was homeschooled. And she loved it. Still does. And she wishes every kid could get a taste of homeschooling at its very best. Her website How Do I Homeschool, is a springboard for parents to see what a life of homeschooling could be for both them & their children. When she's not blogging Rebecca is still homeschooling her-adult-self by learning Latin, growing weird vegetables and most importantly looking after her two children Luke & Penny. She has a husband Tristan and is a participant at Wollongong Baptist Church. She's also written a book about why parents should homeschool called 'Why on Earth Homeschool'.

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  1. This was great. I’m swiping one of them to use in a skit I’m writing for our homeschool co-op. I’ve also written a course for girls that parents can use in lieu of “sex ed” which is more fitness and wellness driven. I’ve link it in my info. Anyway, Thanks for the laughs.