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Families for Home Education (FHE) Edit Remove
P.O. Box 742, Grandview, MO 64030
Phone: (877) 696-6343
Families for Home Education is Missouri's original and oldest statewide organization, founded in 1983. FHE maintains a full-time lobbyist in Jefferson City to ensure home school freedoms remain intact in Missouri. Regional Directors are available for information about home education throughout the state. Special events are held in each region. Read more...
Family Covenant Ministries (Christian Home Educators Fellowship–CHEF) Edit Remove More
St. Louis, Missouri
Contact: Jon & Candy Summers
Phone: (314) 920-6135
Missouri's State Christian Home Educator's Organization. Serving homeschooling families for 31 years. Over 40 support groups statewide. No membership fee. Annual state conference and curriculum fair, monthly newsletter, used book sale, 12th grade graduation, spelling bee, math olympics, art festival, Christmas ball, mother/daughter tea, father/son campout, and more! Homeschooling attorney and legislative liasons.
Missouri Association of Teaching Christian Homes (MATCH) Edit Remove More
2203 Rhonda Dr, West Plains, MO 65775-1615
Phone/Fax: (815) 550-8641
MATCH is organized for the purpose of providing service and support to home educators and support groups within Missouri.
Arnold Region Christian Home Educators (ARCHE) Edit Remove More
Jefferson County, St. Louis County
We are a Christian group representing families from Jefferson County and the surrounding areas. There is a yearly membership fee. ARCHE offers: Two semesters of workshops, family parties, field trips, project fair, curriculum fair, recognition ceremony, kindergarten, 8th and 12th grade graduation, crafts days, and much more.
Catholic Schoolhouse of Springfield MO Edit Remove More
Greater Springfield Missouri Area
Contact: Krysta Bauer
A structured program meeting weekly for homeschoolers that includes chorus, two hours of classroom instruction, science experiments, art projects, and opportunities for socializing after class. Read more...
Christian Home Educators' Cooperative (CHEC) Edit Remove
1309 N. Elizabeth Avenue, Ferguson, MO 63119
Contact: Ferguson Nazarene Church or Kim McAdoo
Phone: (314) 522-3388 or (314) 837-5951
CHEC is a diverse cooperative of parents dedicated to providing Christian home education supplemental enrichment classes. We meet every Thursday from 11:00-4:00. Families share the costs of supplies for all classes and parents are expected to teach or assist in other capacities. We are a life group of the Ferguson Church of the Nazarene. Read more...
Clay-Platte Home Educators (CPHE) Edit Remove
3616 NE 47th Ter, Kansas City, MO 64117
Contact: Altona Duston or Lori Camper
A Christian-run group that exists to provide information, training and support to local home schooling parents. Monthly meetings, new homeschool orientations, cooperatives, field trips, workshops, book sales, Geography Bee, Spelling Bee, and more are offered year round. Read more...
Creative Homeschool Alliance of SWMO (CHAOS) Edit Remove
Contact: April Doke
Phone: (417) 770-5185
A secular group for homeschool moms and their families. We have monthly meetings, craft days, play days, holiday parties, moms night out and exciting field trips. For socialization we also offer holiday kid parties and all-day field trips. We are a very active group and expect members to stay active. Read more...
Crossroads Christian Connection Edit Remove More
O'Fallon, MO 63366
A homeschool support group/co-op for the O'Fallon area. We feel it is important for children as well as parents to meet and socialize with other home school children. Activities are dependent upon the members. Many activities, field trips, and parties are offered through out the year.
Geeks in Training Edit Remove More
Contact: Andrea Watson
We are a secular group. We have events at least once a month. Events vary. Some recent events include: Prehistoric Day, Geocaching Day, holiday parties and park days.
Greater Rolla Area Christian Home Educators Support System (CHESS) Edit Remove More
Serving Rolla, MO and surrounding areas
C.H.E.S.S. seeks to provide an easily accessible network of communication and resources which will support, encourage, and equip parents, enhance the experience of homeschooling for children and families, and educate those who are interested in homeschooling. We cooperate with and encourage all home educators in the greater Rolla area in matters of common interest, specifically focusing on families who have chosen to educate their children from a Christian perspective.
Greater St. Louis Area Home Educators Edit Remove
Greater St. Louis Area
Contact: Kerrie Tate
Phone: (314) 791-0000
We sponsor two area-wide activities every year - a Craft Fair in the fall and a large conference in the spring. While all homeschooling families are invited to attend, we do ask that our speakers present their material from a Christian worldview, and that our exhibitors refrain from promoting anything which is offensive to people who hold a Christian worldview. Read more...
Homeschooler Link Edit Remove More
St. Charles County, MO and surrounding areas
Contact: Andrea Zinselmeyer
Phone: (314) 249-3617
A place for home school families in the St. Charles county and surrounding areas to find information on homeschool activities in the area. This site will help us get together and plan clubs, activities, field trips, classes, and other common interests.
Homeschoolers Encouraging, Learning, and Providing Support (HELPS) Edit Remove More
St Louis - North County Area
Contact: Kim Quon or Erika Bailey
Phone: (314) 838-7601 or (314) 667-9229
Email: Form / Contact Page
Homeschoolers Encouraging Learning and Providing Support, also known as HELPS, is a board-run home school support group whose goal is to provide educational and family-friendly opportunities for those families that homeschool their children. These opportunities include parent meetings, field trips, family assemblies, age specific get-togethers, teen nights, Co-op, yearbook, talent/art/project fair, holiday parties, high school dances, standardized testing, and graduation ceremonies for K, 8th and 12th grades. We do have a $17 yearly membership fee to help offset some of the costs of our various activities. The majority of our members are Christians. We begin our meetings with prayer; however, we are not exclusive. All who homeschool are welcome!
HOUSE of SEMO Edit Remove
Poplar Bluff, MO in Butler County. We have families from Butler, Wayne, Ripley and Carter Counties attending our events.
Phone: (573) 998-2815
We are an inclusive homeschool group that welcomes all religions and styles of home education. We typically do group field trips and activities each Friday. We meet from August through May with a winter break. Read more...
Independence Homeschool Meetup Group Edit Remove
2104 N Lazy Branch Rd, Independence, MO 64058
Contact: Shannah B Godfrey
Phone: (816) 886-7904
On the first Saturday of each month we meet at McCoy Splash Park on 24 Highway and N Spring St to socialize, share homeschooling ideas, share entrepreneur and work-at-home ideas, share parenting ideas and tips, and 'laugh, eat, play'! Please bring your own picnic lunch and utensils. We will provide dessert and bottled water. Once the weather cools, we will meet at an indoor venue. Read more...
Jefferson City Home Educators (JCHE) Edit Remove More
Serving Jefferson City, MO and surrounding area
Contact: Gina Prosch
Phone: (573) 338-4177
A Christian group operating by Christian principles, JCHE is composed of families who have chosen to home educate their children. Our purpose is to provide homeschool information and activities for social and educational development.
Jefferson City Secular Homeschooling Group Edit Remove
Jefferson City and surrounding area
Contact: Billie Schroer
Phone: (573) 201-6945
JCSHG is an inclusive, secular group which celebrates diversity. We welcome families who are currently homeschooling and those who are considering it. There is no membership fee, though some activities (e.g., Quest Club, some field trips) may have a fee. Read more...
KC-CIRCLE Edit Remove More
Kansas City Metro area (Kansas and Missouri)
Contact: Dionna Ford
KC-CIRCLE (Kansas City Children Involved in a Respectful Cooperative Learning Environment) is a secular, respectful homeschooling group that does not discriminate against anyone regarding religion, politics, race, gender, age, educational choices, or other differentiating factors. Classes run quarterly (December-February, March-May, June-August, September-November). To participate, families must offer at least one class, then families can take as many classes as desired. Classes can be for anyone - babies to adults, and they take place throughout the KC Metro on any day/time (whatever is most conducive for each class). KC-CIRCLE is a branch of LEARN.
LEARN Home Education Network Edit Remove More
4111 Warwick Blvd
Kansas City, MO 64111
LEARN Home Education Network provides secular support and resources to homeschooling families in Missouri and Kansas by providing regular meetings, social activities, information about homeschooling and legislative updates.
LEARN families represent a wide diversity in our political, religious, cultural, socio-economic, lifestyle, and education practices.
Lee's Summit Home Educators (LSHE) Edit Remove More
Lee's Summit, MO and surrounding areas
As a Christian-based support group, LSHE goal is to promote educational excellence and help new home-educators get started. Member meetings and orientation classes are the 2nd Mondays of each month, September-May. Our volunteers organize a number of field trips and social & educational activities for pre-K through high school. We have an active group supporting pre-K-3rd, Tweens and Teens.
Legacy Academy Homeschool Group Edit Remove More
Contact: Kristie Carlson
We are an inclusive homeschool group serving Marshfield and surrounding areas. Contact us through Facebook or the contact form on the website.
Let Education Always Remain Natural (LEARN) Edit Remove More
Based in Kansas City, MO
An all-inclusive, secular, home education support group based in the metro Kansas City area, LEARN supports 200 families with a wide variety of ideologies regarding home education.
Lost in the Woods Co Op Edit Remove More
Waynesville, St. Robert and the Fort Leonard Wood Areas
Contact: Jennifer Urbanic
We meet once a week offering classes, workshops and support for kids and parents. We are a diverse group from all over the world that have come together to volunteer our time and efforts to make memories, learn and grow as a group. For more information please visit our website. You can also find us on Facebook.
Mid-Missouri Co-operative of Home Educators Edit Remove More
Serving the Central MO area including Columbia, Boone County and surrounding counties
Email: Form / Contact Page
We are a co-op of home educators, raising and educating our children using Christian values. We offer numerous events throughout the year geared toward providing support to home educators and fellowship opportunities for adults and children. We have large Teen and Pre-Teen groups that organizes fun events for children in those age groups.
Northland Families Learning Together Edit Remove
Kansas City metro area, primarily north of the Missouri River
NFLT provides support and educational and social events to the Kansas City homeschooling community. This organization is secular and inclusive, and has regular weekly, monthly and seasonal activities including weekly playtime at a local community center, park days, parties for nearly every holiday, science and cultural expos, talent shows and more. We also have an active online group. Membership dues are $25/year. Read more...
Raymore Home Educators (RHE) Edit Remove
Based in Raymore, MO
PO Box 252, Raymore, MO 64083
We are a community of families passionate about teaching our children. We gather to increase our knowledge and skills, to build friendships and socialization opportunities, and to offer support, advice, and encouragement. Many members have found a common focus of faith; this common bond is encouraged but is not a prerequisite for membership. Read more...
Saint Joseph Homeschool Support Group Edit Remove
St. Joseph, MO and the surrounding areas
Email: Form / Contact Page
An informal organization of over 200 participating families homeschool families in and around the St. Joseph, MO area. There is no membership fee to join the group. Parents in the group volunteer to organize group enrichment classes at a local church, field trips, science fairs, park days, other events, and meetings. We also have an email listserv and website to keep members informed about upcoming events, curriculum sales, local issues, etc. The group is made up of mostly Christian members, but is open to all who wish to participate. Read more...
Southwest Home Education Ministry Edit Remove More
Serving Southwest Missouri
PO Box 722, Nixa, MO 65714
Contact: Charles & Bambi Whitaker
Phone: (417) 743-2125
Our purpose is to minister to homeschooling families in Missouri and the Ozarks region by sponsoring various activities, such as those listed on this web site; to work in a cooperative manner with other home-schooling organizations which promote benefits for, and freedom to home educate; and to inform the public of current laws relating to home education.
Springfield Home Educators: Learning for a Lifetime (SHELL) Edit Remove
P.O. Box 1412, Springfield, MO 65802
An inclusive group of active homeschoolers in and around the Springfield area, managed and operated by member volunteers. We meet regularly with the emphasis on providing social, fun experiences in a positive environment. Read more...
Springfield Secular Home Educators Edit Remove More
Based in Springfield, MO
Phone: (417) 933-2236
A group for home educators in and around the Springfield, MO area. This is a very active group doing different classes and park days.
St. Louis Catholic Homeschool Association Edit Remove More
Greater St. Louis Area
Contact: Evann Duplantier
Over 180 families participate regularly in St. Louis Catholic Homeschool Association events. These families live in and around the St. Louis area, some as far away as Jefferson City. The St. Louis Catholic Homeschool Association sponsors a wide variety of events: field trips, two junior-high and high school co-ops, an annual Catholic homeschool conference, support group meetings, park days, student dramatic performances, symphony concerts, the celebration of Feast Days, school photos, and more. Read more...
St. Louis Homeschool Activities, Resources, and Encouragement (SHARE) Edit Remove More
3675a Montana, St. Louis, MO 63116
Contact: Cathy Mullins or Pat or Kerrie Tate
Phone: (314) 769-7965 or 314-791-0000
Email: Ekcjmullins@gmail.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
We meet in the south area, but draw homeschoolers from Webster, Kirkwood, Crestwood, all of Jefferson County and from the Illinois area. Monthly support group meetings, field trips, and newsletter; co-op classes; special parties for various celebrations; reading incentive programs; many other activities to choose from.
St. Louis Homeschool Network Edit Remove More
St. Louis Metro Area
Contact: Debbie Caldwell-Miller
Phone: (314) 480-6314
A support group for homeschooling families of diverse political and religious philosophies and an information source for prospective homeschoolers. We offer twice monthly meetings as well as a Learning Cooperative and other special events throughout the year. Our yearly dues are $18.
Stone County Area Homeschoolers Edit Remove More
Stone County and surrounding areas
Contact: Debbie Bell
Phone: (918) 210-7911
Stone County Area Homeschoolers is intended to provide support, mentoring and friendship to homeschool families in the SW Missouri/NW Arkansas area, specifically Stone County and the surrounding areas. Members are encouraged to ask questions, share encouragement, post pics of their activities and post about their days, offer advice and share news or events pertaining to homeschooling. We meet once or twice per month in a casual setting. Occasional field trips or service activities and holiday events are scheduled throughout the year. We are open to secular or Christian homeschool families although the founder is a Christian, as are many of the member families so the group has a Christian flavor. Most of our activities are either free or very inexpensive (just to cover costs).
TEACH-NCMO Edit Remove More
North Central Missouri
Contact: Julie Byers
Phone/Fax: (660) 412-8200
We are a group of like-minded homeschool families in North Central Missouri that support, help, and learn from each other. Also check out our Google page at: http://groupspaces.com/Teach-NCMO/
The Connected Homeschool Edit Remove More
St. Joseph, MO and surrounding areas
Our focus is to accept or publish resources and information from professional contact or relationships within the community at large to share for the benefit of all home education families in the local and regional area. Read more...
The Homeschool Hookup (Missouri) Edit Remove
Blue Springs, MO and surrounding area
Contact: Janelle Chambers
We are a Christian Facebook group. We offer a place where we can connect and get to know one another and get information about homeschooling. Occasionally we offer park days, fun/educational field trips and/or parties. We almost always have at least one Mom's Night Out every month. Read more...
The HomeSchooler's Network Edit Remove More
4311 East Newman Road, Joplin, MO 64801
Phone: (417) 626-1292
A support group primarily for SW MO as well as NE Oklahoma and SE Kansas. Tuesday class days meet 12 weeks each semester, field trips, parent meetings and fellowship, homeschool education, and special activities and events.
Versailles Home School Activity Group Edit Remove More
Versailles, Stover, Laurie, Lake of the Ozarks, Morgan, Miller & Camden Counties
Contact: Deena Bennett
Meet twice a month for play group and field trips, and have an end of year graduation banquet.
West County Christian Home Educators Edit Remove
Serving the St. Louis County area
Since 1983, we've been an active group of families in West St. Louis County and the surrounding area. Each year, we provide a Back-to-school picnic, Spelling Bee, Talent Show, Art Fair, Field Trips, Used Curriculum Sale, Graduation ceremonies and an Ice Cream Social for over 250 member families. Read more...