Adventurers Homeschool Association
Families working together
Adventurers is an interdenominational, Christian, learning cooperative designed to help meet the needs and challenges of homeschooling families with high school students by providing academic, enrichment, and social opportunities for their children, from high schoolers to babies.
Meeting: Weekly held at 6560 Merritt Road, Ypsilanti, MI.
Serving: Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti, Cherry Hill, Belleville, New Boston, Flat Rock, Romulus, Gibraltar, Taylor, Northville, Canton, Westland, Livonia and surrounding areas.
Neighboring Counties: Hillsdale, MI, Ingham, MI, Jackson, MI, Lenawee, MI, Livingston, MI, Macomb, MI, Monroe, MI, Oakland, MI, Washtenaw, MI, Wayne, MI, Fulton, OH, Lucas, OH
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Adventures of Homeschooling
Adventures of Homeschooling is a small group that has just started out. We have a lot of neat ideas and we will be planning a lot of fun events. Come join the fun.
Meeting: Weekly for playdates at the park, field trips, craft days, mom's nights, family days and much more.
Serving: Anaheim, Brea, Fullerton, Placentia, Orange, Tustin and Santa Ana areas
Neighboring Counties: Los Angeles, CA, Riverside, CA, San Bernardino, CA, San Diego, CA
Advocates for Home Education in Massachusetts
Strengthening the grassroots presence of homeschoolers!
AHEM is a nonprofit, independent, grassroots, volunteer-run, educational organization that gathers and makes public the information about homeschooling in Massachusetts through education, advocacy, and events. We believe that informed and active homeschoolers are their own best advocates in maintaining the right to independently homeschool. We welcome and value the participation of anyone interested in homeschooling in Massachusetts.
P.O. Box 1307, Arlington, MA 02474
Serving: North Adams, Pittsfield, Springfield, Westfield, Chicopee, Northampton, Gardner, Leominster, Medford, Boston, Framingham, Brockton, Weymouth, and surrounding communities throughout the state of Massachusetts.
African American Unschool Teens
Africentric Homeschooling Resources!
African American Unschoolers is for African-American Moms (and Dads!) who use the whole world as their child(ren)'s classroom. Unschoolers encounter math, science, reading, writing, art and history in the Real World because real living leads to real learning! So what's an unschooler? For unschoolers, the motivation behind the learning is more important than the method used to learn. The attitude and approach of unschooling is guided by the child, with parents facilitating the process as advisors and advocates.
Meeting: An online forum.
7549 W. Cactus Road, Suite #104-340, Peoria, N/A 85381
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