Is a Support Group for You?
Do you need what they have to offer or can you go it alone?
Starting a Support Group
How to start up a homeschool support group in your area.
Support Group Challenges
How to maintain a support group when conflict occurs.
If you can't find homeschool support in your city, you can find
it online or create your own online homeschool community.
Share your homeschooling plans on the web.
Planning that successful used book fair, graduation, or other
special event for your homeschool group.
Some say we should call it carschooling as we learn on
the go, visiting historic sites, science and art museums, civic
monuments, and more.
Homeschool Summer Camps
Not always held in the summer, many take advantage of lovely
fall weather and uncrowded camping areas. Many homeschool associations
and support groups also hold camps for members.
Resource Centers & Cottage Schools
Mini-schools are springing up among homeschoolers all over the world.
Reaching out to inform others in your community about homeschooling
and getting community support.
Homeschool Community Networking
Web Wonk One who spends a lot of time online, subscribing
to email lists, web surfing or building websites, posting regularly
to message boards, and/or hosting chats, and maybe writing articles
I am proud to be a charter member of the National Home Education
Network, an organization that reaches out to support homeschoolers
Email Lists for Leaders
Support and encouragement via email for those in leadership roles,
How to advise families who want to homeschool in a non-English