The Homeschooling list is for anyone who has chosen to Homeschool
their Children, or are considering doing so in the future. Please
feel free to discuss any aspect of Homeschooling.
Single Parents who are homeschooling their children will find
encouragement, homeschooling support, and a place to share resources
Homeschoolers Association Mail List
AHA is for homeschoolers/unschoolers/deschoolers/home-based educators
of everywhere! It is for people who are taking charge of their
children's education, involving Afrocentric programming.
of Homeschool Attorneys
This association is a network of attorneys and legal experts
that are concerned with litigation pending and threatened against
homeschoolers. Moderated by Linda J. Conrad Jansen, an attorney
and Legal/Legislative Chair of the HomeSchool Association of
Family Support Network
Current information for bi/multilingual families who are raising
and/or educating their children in more than one language. Bi/multilingual
families educating their children in addition to, or instead
of, schooling them are welcome.
Is Real Education
Firetime a forum for homeschooling parents to share with one
another the things they do to ignite their children. Children
are not buckets to be filled, but fires to be ignited.
For homeschoolers who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender,
or straight allies, and parents of children with those orientations.
of Homeschool Moms Support Group
This list was created to provide a safe, supportive place for
Homeschooling Moms that also happen to suffer from depression.
This list is sponsored by Home Education Magazine (HEM) for networking
and communication within the homeschooling community.
Home Ed Mail List
AOL's mail list with both parent and teen members reassuring
each other it can be done through high school. In the message
put "subscribe highschool-home-ed Your Name"
Journal Discussion List
We have Guest Members who are authors, educators, and veteran
homeschoolers who also share their wisdom about topics related
Atheists Email List
A discussion list for homeschoolers who are Atheists, Agnostics,
or Secular Humanists. Anything related to homeschooling is appropriate.
This group is for Home School Convention Coordinators to share
information about running conventions, and major events for homeschoolers.
Encouragement, lessons learned, and new ideas are always welcome.
This list is for those who homeschool their children AND run
a daycare in their own homes as well. This is not an easy task
and I would like us to be able to support each other, as well
as share ideas, tips etc.
This is a place for families who are enrolled or thinking of
enrolling in a state funded correspondence school, distance learning
or any other homeschool program which is supported by the state
or any other public school. Some examples of these are IDEA,
Cyberlynx and K12.
In The Kitchen
Homeschool moms share helpful cooking and kitchen tips, recipes,
and ideas. It is a great place to share quick and easy recipes
with other homeschoolers.
This list is for those needing support, help, and advice about
homeschooling, unschooling, eclectic schooling or other alternative
educational programs including homeschooling special needs and
This is a group of mostly homeschool Moms who are devoted to
our sons, who are on a constant search for resources &; wisdom
for raising young men with character, integrity --- preparing
them for life.
Are you new to home schooling? Considering it? This Christian
home school mom and former public school teacher would like to
help and encourage you!
Join us for discussion of the best new movies, the best old videos,
and everything in between. Share your favorite movie moments,
discuss background details, movie goofs, favorite actors and
actresses, and yes - even how movies can be used in homeschooling.
HSMoms w/ Disabilities
A forum for mothers who home educate, unschool, relaxed or otherwise
AND have disabilities. A place to find serenity, compassion and
some laughs hopefully.
Discussion list for parents homeschooling preschool and kindergarten,
ages 1-5. Topics include curriculum selection (whether necessary
or not), teaching tips, creative learning ideas, time management,
as well as others.
Homeschooling parents are welcome regardless of race, religion
(or lack of it), lifestyle, homeschool style, sexual orientation
or family makeup. Bring your sense of humor, an open mind and
a willingness to learn about others!
Homeschoolers face tremendous demands on their organizational
skills. Frequently creative, hardworking, and goal oriented,
they must manage the home, other children, teaching, and the
many other demands of a stay-at-home parent.
A network of INCLUSIVE support groups open to all homeschoolers
regardless of race, nationality or religion. This e-mail loop
is open to all homeschooler around the world.
Separation of School and State: A list for discussing issues
surrounding the removal of Government from the education equation.