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Families Investing in Christian Home Education

Christian group building strong relationships

FICHE is a group, coming together to encourage and equip homeschooling families through fellowship and friendship.

Meeting: 1st Monday, 4th Thursday

4210 E. Municipal Dr. #17, Lubbock, TX 79403

Neighboring Counties: Crosby, TX, Floyd, TX, Garza, TX, Hale, TX, Hockley, TX, Lamb, TX, Lynn, TX, Terry, TX

Lubbock, TX

Kevin Vander-Plas
Ph:(806) 766-6790


Amazing Mondays Homeschoolers

Come join in the fun!

We are Amazing Mondays, a local homeschool support group that is open to everyone and encourages support and fellowship of homeschoolers. We share an educational activity together, lunch, sign language/Spanish class, participate in physical fitness and provide parental support and fellowship. Please come visit and enjoy a positive, educational, supportive environment.

Meeting: Each Monday - 11 am to 2:30 pm, at Northside Recreation Center in Columbus, Georgia.

Neighboring Counties: Chambers, AL, Lee, AL, Russell, AL, Chattahoochee, GA, Harris, GA, Marion, GA, Meriwether, GA, Muscogee, GA, Schley, GA, Stewart, GA, Sumter, GA, Talbot, GA, Taylor, GA, Troup, GA, Upson, GA, Webster, GA

Marion, GA

Ingrid Romero
Ph:(706) 617-1050

Tamara Scott
Ph:(706) 653-7128


North Coast Homeschoolers

We offer many child and family oriented activities arranged by our members including service projects, field trips, clubs, enrichment classes, bi-monthly kids' meetings with speakers plus listings of community offerings. We also host fairs such as a science fair, entrepreneur fair, biography fair and history fair.

Meeting: Bi-monthly meetings held at local libraries.

Neighboring Counties: Ashland, OH, Cuyahoga, OH, Erie, OH, Geauga, OH, Huron, OH, Lake, OH, Lorain, OH, Medina, OH, Portage, OH, Stark, OH, Summit, OH, Wayne, OH

Medina, OH



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


Ph:(623) 205-9883

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Cable in the Classroom

Open to Educators!

This group is open to all educators including; public, private, and homeschool that want to come together to share lessons plans, ideas, links, and websites. Cable in the Classroom (CIC) is beneficial because it works in partnership with partner cable companies which produce commercial-free programs. If you use Cable in the Classroom, or are interested in learning how to incorporate it into your educational journey, apply to join.

Meeting: An online resource group.


Rebecca Miller
Ph:(727) 992-6625

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Catholic Home Study Network of America

CHSNA pledges it's fidelity to the Magisterium of the Church and its loyalty to the Holy Father.

CHSNA acts on behalf of Catholics who, in accord with the teachings of the Church, want to freely exercise their God-given rights as primary educators of their children at home.

P.O. Box 2352, Warren, OH 44484


Katie Moran

Betsy Bouchey


Conservative Homeschooler

Raising a Generation for Christ!

Conservative Homeschooler is a free online Christian homeschool support group for moms and dads seeking faith, fellowship and friendship.

Meeting: An online homeschool support group.




Considering Homeschooling

Considering Homeschooling is a Christian home education group that promotes homeschooling from a biblical perspective and free from government control.

24881 Alicia Parkway #E311, Laguna Hills, CA 92653


Kathy Lowers
Ph:(949) 439-9949


Designing Your Own Classical Curriculum

MODG/DYOCC methodology discussions are welcome.

This list is for families using the classical approach to education as outlined in Laura Berquist's book Designing Your Own Classical Curriculum (DYOCC). Subscription to this list is moderator approved and requires the submission of a biography. This list is not an affiliation of Mother of Divine Grace School, nor is it endorsed or monitored by Laura Berquist.


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Exceptional Homeschool

Come join us as we explore how to best teach our kids.

Do you homeschool your special needs, mentally ill, gifted or medically fragile child? Then this is the place for you. Exceptional kids include any child who falls outside the school district 'average'.


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Special Needs 


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