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North Carolinians for Home Education Edit Remove More
4441 Six Forks Rd.
Suite 106, Box 144
Raleigh, NC 27609
Phone: 1 (844) 624-3338
NCHE has supported NC homeschoolers since 1984. We sponsor an annual conference, leadership training, a legislative watch, a statewide graduation ceremony, a bimonthly magazine and much more.
Ace Homeschool Association Edit Remove
Serving the City of Hickory, Catawba County, and surrounding area.
Contact: Dawn Hartman
Phone: (828) 781-0346
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ace meets for co-op classes, enrichment days, archery, swimming, group sports, 4-H,bowling, field trips, co-op classes, art classes, science lab classes, history classes, book clubs boys clubs, girls clubs, debate club, pre-school group, teen group, middle school group, Mom's Night Meeetings, gym day, Book-It Program, an annual prom, yearbook, spelling bee, geography bee, science & history fair, battle of the books, honors club, used book sale, and much, much more. Read more...
Agape Leadership Development Edit Remove
Serving Onslow and surrounding counties.
133 Oakley Trail, Jacksonville, NC 28540
Contact: Carol Oakley
Phone: (910) 347-4890 or (910) 382-2121
Providing Christian group activities and support for homeschooling families. Activities include: roller skating, ice skating, bowling, swimming, bike rides, field trips, park play times, mom's night out, pajama parties, monthly planning meetings, annual promotion ceremony, annual standardized testing, prayer chain, etc. We are a "no pressure" group in which all our activities are optional. Read more...
Alamance County Christian Home Educators (ACCHE) Edit Remove More
Alamance County, NC
We are one of the largest home school support communities in Alamance County. We seek to glorify Jesus through the privilege of teaching our children at home. There is a $20 per family per year fee to join. Membership includes access to our informational email loop, as well as participation in many events, field trips, and activities. Please visit our website for more info.
Alamance County Home School Band Edit Remove More
955 Quaker Ridge Rd, Mebane, NC 27302
Contact: Steve Morris
Phone: (336) 266-2815 or (919) 563-2851
Making music helps show the public the truth about homeschoolers, conquers prejudices, and enriches the lives of all students. Our performances bring positive publicity to the group and shows students a different perspective on education. Our band is open to all students in the area, ages 10+.
Asheville Trailblazers: Western Carolina Athletic Association Edit Remove More
P.O Box 1865, Fletcher, NC 28732
Contact: Michelle Kelly
A competitive Christian-based sports association for homeschooled students in middle school through high school. The Trailblazers field teams in soccer, cross country, volleyball, basketball, swimming, baseball and softball.
Association of Roman Catholic Homeschoolers (ARCH) Edit Remove
Raleigh, NC and surrounding areas
ARCH activities support your homeschool curriculum with activities that are spiritual, social, educational, and sometimes athletic. Our activities do not take the place of sacramental preparation done through your individual parish or at home. Memberships are $25 for a year. Read more...
Billie Lee Foster Academy Teen Group Edit Remove More
11 Forces Of Nature Trail, Mars Hill, NC 28754
Contact: Stephen Foster or Kristina Foster
Phone: (828) 744-9676
We are a start up teen homeschool group inviting all teens to meet and greet at coffee houses, libraries, museums, listen to music, and watch movies. All teens and friends are invited to join. We believe in Unity, Peace, Light, and Love to all who join. We are not a religious homeschooling group. Meetings are once a week at different locations in Asheville, Weaverville, Burnsville, Marshall, Mars Hill, and many different locations 30 minutes away.
Blue Ridge Homeschool Alliance Edit Remove More
Western North Carolina
Contact: Nancy Shuman
Phone: (828) 393-8872
For homeschool families in Western North Carolina seeking social opportunities, friendship, and support. Membership is open to homeschoolers in all of WNC, but activities may be centered in Henderson County (Hendersonville, NC and surrounding area), and Transylvania County (Brevard, NC and surrounding area). We are an all-inclusive group.
Burke County Home Educators Edit Remove
Burke County and close proximity
Contact: Stacey Propst
Phone: (828) 390-6696
An informal group of homeschooling families that live in and around Burke County. While we all come from varied backgrounds, as well as different political and religious beliefs, we support and appreciate the diversity within our group. The families within BCHE plan many different activities and events to give our children different experiences and times to get together. Read more...
Cabarrus County Home School Association Edit Remove More
Serving the Cabarrus County area
A nonprofit, nondenominational Christian homeschool support group dedicated to providing options, tools, and encouragement to home educators and their families. We offer activities such as drama classes, Science Fair, Skate Day, Fundamentals of Music, Spelling Bee, Gavel Club, Swim Day, Bowling, Football, BMX Racing, Baseball, Basketball, Mom’s Night Out, picnics, Nursing Home Ministry, Library Appreciation, Field Trips and many other activities. Our monthly newsletter and egroup keep everyone up to date.
Capital Christian Homeschool Bands Edit Remove More
Youngsville, Wake Forest, North Raleigh, Creedmoor, Franklinton
Contact: Jeff Fields
Phone: (919) 760-5983
Capital Christian Homeschool Bands offers a comprehensive band program including sectional instruction, full band rehearsals, concert and performance opportunities for homeschooled students in the greater Wake Forest area, ages 9 to 18 (grades 4-12).
Our group consists of a Beginning Band, Concert Band, Wind Ensemble, Jazz Band and a Choir.
Please contact us to set up a time to come visit one of our rehearsals.
Catawba County Homeschool Community Edit Remove More
Email: Form / Contact Page
The Catawba County Homeschool Community (CCHC) is an inclusive/secular group of home educators open to families in and around Catawba County, North Carolina. Our goal is to provide a friendly and open environment conducive to learning while encouraging our fellow home educators through regular planned activities, events and gatherings.
CCHNet-Charlotte Christian Homeschool Network. Edit Remove More
9901 Verdas Path
Contact: Christina Parker Brown
For Community, Conversation, Courage & Resources!
Mission: The mission of CCHNet is to connect Christian homeschoolers in
the greater Charlotte area while serving as an information portal
for events, activities, and information of interest to
homeschoolers. CCHNet is an email group with over 1500 members,
It is an homeschool information portal and an excellent way to bring people
together for co-ops, play dates, and info on businesses that
cater to homeschoolers. Charlotte Christian Homeschool Network
serves the greater Charlotte area: Matthews, Mint Hill,
University, Huntersville, Gastonia, Fort Mill and York, SC and
Central Carolina Home Educators Edit Remove
Davidson County area (Lexington, Thomasville, Welcome, etc.).
PO Box 126, Lexington, North Carolina 27293
Email: Form / Contact Page
Central Carolina Home Educators, Inc (CCHE) is a non-denominational, inclusive Christian organization based on Biblical principles. We welcome applicants of all races, nationalities, and religions that agree to respect the Christian beliefs upon which CCHE is founded. CCHE is committed to the support of home educators serving Davidson County, North Carolina and surrounding counties. Read more...
Christian Home Educators Association of Greater Durham Edit Remove More
701 Sanderson Dr
Durham, NC 27704
Contact: CHEAGD Chair
Christian Home Educators Association of Greater Durham (CHEAGD) is a Christian homeschool support group serving the Greater Durham area of North Carolina. (By "Greater Durham" we mean that if you're willing to drive from where you live to where we are, you are welcome to apply for membership.)
CHEAGD is an ethnically diverse group that is open to all homeschool families, regardless of religion, who agree to honor the Christian principles in our Statement of Faith
Christian Home Educators of Wilmington (CHEW) Edit Remove More
Serving Wilmington, NC and surrounding areas
Contact: Kathy Landoli
Claytime, Inc. Edit Remove
3123 N. Main St, Hope Mills, NC 28348
Contact: Marlene Williams
Phone: (910) 480-CLAY (2529) or (910) 489-0045
Fax: (910) 480-2531
Claytime inc. is a nonprofit 501(C)(3)org. A NC-certified Art teacher provides lessons to homeschoolers, special needs children and adults and the general public. We offer Memberships for $50.00. The membership includes 10% off regular price lessons, which are are $15.00-$25.00 and include supplies. If you have a group of 6-10 we will take a further $5.00 off per person. Read more...
Cleveland County Homeschool Association (CCHA) Edit Remove More
Shelby, NC and surround communities
Contact: Lisa Cole
Phone: (704) 276-3028
CCHA serves the Cleveland, Rutherford, and Gaston County areas of NC, working together to provide opportunities to homeschool families for fellowship and networking. We are a Christian, faith-based group whose members volunteer to host events. We charge an annual membership fee.
Colonial Homeschoolers Edit Remove More
6051 Tryon Road, Cary, NC 27518
Contact: Scott Wylie
Phone: (919) 669-0394
We are sponsored by Colonial Baptist Church in Cary, NC. We offer several different co-ops, field trips, group testing, National Honor Society, social events and more.
Dayspring Home Educators Edit Remove
Based in Cary, NC
Contact: Traci Lipe or Anne Wright
The purpose of Dayspring is to offer support, encouragement and information to homeschooling families. Read more...
Enrich, Inc. Edit Remove
Serving the greater Charlotte area of North Carolina
Phone: (704) 454-5780
Enrich, Inc. is an inclusive home education support organization serving the greater Charlotte, NC area. We provide an information network, support, and resources to all homeschoolers. Read more...
Fellowship Academy Edit Remove More
211 Harris Lane, Raeford, NC 28376
Contact: Nikki Wallace
Phone: (910) 875-2194
Fax: (910) 875-1065
Fort Bragg Military Home School Co-Op Edit Remove More
Baez School Age Services
Bldg. B-6102, 4031 Long Street
Fort Bragg, NC 28310
Contact: School Support Services
Phone: (910) 907-5044
Fax: (910) 907-5046
For all families who are homeschooling.
CYSS Membership required.
Must remain with children the entire time.
Weekly Co-Op Sessions Every Thursday from 9:00-12:00.
Fuquay-Varina Homeschool Edit Remove More
Contact: Michelle Ristuccia
Phone: (919) 740-1495
Based in Fuquay-Varina, we are a varied group of many families with children of all ages. We are a member-run group with many activities based on the group's interests. We have hiking, park days, science museum classes, lego clubs, book clubs; take a look!
Gaston Adventures in Learning (GAIL) Edit Remove More
Gaston and surrounding areas
Contact: Shay Loftis or Aleacia Hitchcock
GAIL is a non-traditional secular homeschool group of freethinkers and life learners. Established in 2014, we offer support and encouragement to like-minded homeschool families in the Gaston County and surrounding areas.
Harnett County Homeschoolers of North Carolina Edit Remove More
Harnett County and surrounding areas
Contact: Audra Eckes
This group is for homeschoolers in or around Harnett County in North Carolina. The creator started this group in hopes of building a support group for other homeschoolers so we can share resources, plan get-togethers and field trips, maybe even classes. We are small, but growing and have everyone from first-time homeschoolers to seasoned veterans.
Heart4Homeschooling Edit Remove More
Kings Mountain, North Carolina
Contact: Cheryl Vagnozzi
Phone: (704) 739-4070
A homeschool group open to all families, offering a number of benefits, including networking opportunities, outdoor activities, PE programs, co-op, 4H clubs, and history and science fairs. No membership fee is required, and parental participation is encouraged.
Henderson County Homeschool Association Edit Remove
Serving Henderson and surrounding counties
Contact: Marie Stinnett or Trish
Phone: (828) 693-1979
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
HCHA is a Christian co-op support group for homeschooling families within the greater Hendersonville, NC area. Academic activities includes fall and spring enrichment classes, geography and spelling bee, history and science fair, international night, yearbook, newsletter, used book sale, and group standardized testing. Social activities includes annual Valentine skating party, fall family picnic, father-son camp-out, father-daughter night, dad’s monthly breakfast fellowship, mom’s night out, monthly Heart-to-Heart meetings, nursing home ministry and quarterly parent meetings. Read more...
HOME (Home Oriented Ministry & Education) of Gaston County Edit Remove More
Serving Gaston County and the surrounding communities
Contact: The Hamstras
Phone: (704) 650-5327
The purpose of HOME is to nurture a Christian home education based on the Bible. The primary goal of our support group shall be to provide support for parents who have chosen to educate their children themselves in agreement with our philosophies.
Home Education Arts (HEArts) Edit Remove
2840 South College Road, Private Mail Box 134, Wilmington, NC 28412
Contact: Sheree Harrell
Phone: (910) 232-8061
HEArts is a Wilmington-based online news group and real-time activity group for homeschoolers. Our group is for families using creative, integrated techniques to facilitate learning at home. We are a fully inclusive, nonsectarian group that embraces diversity. We also plan park play dates, fieldtrips, parties and spontaneous activities. Read more...
Home Educators Association of Roxboro Edit Remove
P.O. Box 792, Roxboro, NC 27573
HEAR is a Christ led homeschool support association in Roxboro, NC that serves Person County and the surrounding area. Our goal is to support, nurture, and encourage the homeschooling family.
An excellent resource, HEAR allows you to connect with others in the area who are also homeschooling. Participating in HEAR gives you the opportunity to meet other homeschooling families so that you gain insight from other homeschoolers' experiences. Read more...
Homeschool Connections of NC Edit Remove More
Serving North Raleigh, Wake Forest, Youngsville, Franklinton
Contact: Kristina Hunter
We are an active group that meets on a regular basis for face-to-face activities and group outings. Our main activities are centered around the Wake Forest, Youngsville and North Raleigh areas. There are activities geared for TEEN members and events for elementary age kids as well. We do several field trips within the state of NC, and beyond. Our children have lots of opportunities to learn, socialize and create lasting friendships. We also have events for our parents so that they may socialize as well.
Homeschoolers of Knightdale Edit Remove More
Phone/Fax: (919) 244-1353
We are a free homeschool group that plans two to three events a week in Knightdale as well as the rest of the triangle. Our events are geared toward children aged 4-10 and their families.
Homeschooling in Person Edit Remove More
Person, Orange, and surrounding counties
Contact: Heidi Mize or Crystal Lincoln
We are a Christian homeschool group for those in and around Person County, NC. Our heart and focus is to raise our children in the nurture and admonition of the Lord. We are open to all those who desire to educate their children. We do so with Godly principles and for those who want to learn more of how to do this, we will be glad to share.
We have much to offer in many aspects of life; finances, life skills, the Constitution and American History and more. Join us this next school year or jump in right now! What would you like to contribute to the group?
Learning4Life Home Educators Edit Remove
Gaston & Cleveland County as well as surrounding counties of North and South Carolina.
An inclusive support group of homeschooling families in the Gaston/Cleveland and surrounding counties of NC & SC. This group is open to anyone regardless of race, religion, home school or parenting styles, etc., but we ask that you please read the group rules before requesting to join. There is NO membership fee or statement of faith to sign. We consist of mostly tween/teens. We offer a homeschool 4-H club, co-op, Mom's Night Out, parties, etc. Members are asked to take on a job position of their choice. Read more...
LIFE at Lake Norman Homeschool Support Group Edit Remove
Lake Norman area, most activities centered in Mooresville
LIFE AT LAKE NORMAN is a Christian homeschool support group. Monthly activities are planned. There is a coop called CELL that is held on Mondays. There is an annual membership fee. Details on our Web Site. Read more...
Lincoln County Home Educators (LCHE) Edit Remove More
Lincoln County, NC
Email: Form / Contact Page
Lincoln County Home Educators, founded in 1988, is a growing local Christian support group of about 65 families. Our purpose as a group is to offer help and encouragement to area homeschoolers and to provide educational, spiritual, and social activities for member families. LCHE is a diverse and inclusive group, and welcomes members regardless of ethnicity, faith, or marital status who agree to respect the Christian principles in the Statement of Faith (see Article VI of our By-Laws) and LCHE Guidelines for Activities and LCHE Teen Guidelines as approved by the Board (of our Guidelines). A small membership fee applies. See our website for details.
Muslim Crescent Explorers Homeschool Group Edit Remove
Raleigh, North Carolina
Contact: Maryam Umm Abdur-Rahman
Phone: (919) 825-5695
A small yet vibrant Muslim HS group, sharing knowledge through exchange of ideas and family activities. Activities include volunteer work at the Islamic Association of Raleigh, arts and crafts at the library, and nature outings at the parks, to develop a sense of community service among ourselves and our children. Read more...
NC Homeschool Adventures Edit Remove More
Greater Raleigh Area
Contact: Sabrina Marzniak
We're an all ages secular Homeschool group exploring North Carolina together.
This group is an alternative to a coop. The goal is to have it all. Support, field trips across the state and beyond, and those weekly meet ups for the kids to truly build friendships. Most activities center around the Raleigh Area. There are no dues, no forced participation, the only rule is to respect everyone's views and opinions.
Let's get out of the "classroom" and see what we find!
Newfound Baptist Church Homeschool Ministry Edit Remove
Contact: Andrea Clark
Our purpose is to serve the Lord fully, while ministering to families who home educate their children. Our group meets on the 4th Monday of each month for a project. Our projects are always community service-based. We offer field trips, mom's support meetings as well as other opportunites of fellowhip throughout the year within our ministry. There is a small annual membership fee. Read more...
North Carolina African-American Homeschoolers Edit Remove More
405 C Mason Farm Rd, Chapel Hill, NC 27514
Contact: Jennifer James
Phone: (919) 914-7565
North Point Baptist Homeschool Ministry Edit Remove More
Serving the greater Asheville area
Contact: Mike and Ronda Marshall
Phone: (828) 665-7030
A new, inclusive, Christian support group. Our purpose is to provide support and encouragement to all homeschooling parents (or those considering homeschooling) through monthly Mom's meetings, quarterly Parent's meetings, as well as weekly workshop classes for children. Our meetings are the first Thursday of every month.
North Wake Teen Homeschoolers Edit Remove More
Northern Wake County, North Carolina
North Wake Teen Homeschoolers is a secular support group for families with homeschoolers of middle and high school aged children (ages 11 and up) in Northern Wake County, North Carolina. (Parents and siblings are welcome to join in on many of the activities, but not all.) The group is member directed - meaning everyone is welcome and encouraged to plan events and activities. Our group's goal is to form lasting bonds and a sense of community for our teens and their families. This can only happen if everyone is willing to participate and plan events and activities. It's free to be a member of the group, the only requirement is families are expected to host or co-host at least one event per year for the group.
OAKS & ACORNS Edit Remove More
Contact: Elyssa Moeller
Phone: (910) 650-3608
OAKS & ACORNS stands for Onslow Area Key Support and Activities, Community, Open fellowship, and Resources for Neighborly Scholarship. It is, and always will be, free to join. Join us for park days, field trips, clubs, social events and more. Read more...
Peaceful Harbor Homeschool Group Edit Remove More
1585 Egret Drive, Supply, NC 28462
Contact: Jennifer Holden or Alyssa McKenzie
Phone: (910) 842-3751 or (910) 754-6210
We are working to provide a peaceful environment for homeschool families in Brunswick and surrounding counties. Peaceful Harbor welcomes anyone that is interested in co-ops, field trips, support, a teen group, and playdates.
Roanoke Valley Association of Christian Home Schools Edit Remove More
Based on Lake Gaston between NC and VA
Contact: Tanya Reese
Phone: (434) 636-3062
A Christian homeschool group offering weekly meetings, CAT Testing in April, several field trips a year, various playdates and game times. We have a membership fee of $15 a year and require a membership form and statement of faith.
Seeds of Promise FSG Edit Remove
P.O. Box 398, Lincolnton, NC 28093
Contact: Tracie Marsh
Phone: (980) 241-1261
A non-profit, non-denominational, parent cooperative homeschool support group founded upon Biblical Judeo-Christian values. Our members participate in group field trips, co-op courses, and some events such as monthly meetings, contests, yearbook, newsletter, community service, and great family fellowship opportunities! Read more...
The Eastern Association of Christian Homeschools (TEACH) Edit Remove More
Washington, Beaufort County, NC 27889
Contact: Marsha Boyd or Anna Jones
Monthly meetings, weekly PE class, periodic field trips and picnics, annual science fair, Christmas and Valentine's Day parties, and more!
Tri-County Area Home Educators (TCAHE) Edit Remove More
4290 Dixie Dr, Kernersville, NC 27284
Contact: Sandra Gore
Phone: (336) 769-0129
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a Christian-based, inclusive support group for the High Point, Kernersville, Greensboro, Jamestown, Winston, Thomasville and Archdale Areas.
Wake Forest Homeschool Playgroup Edit Remove More
Wake Forest, Rolesville, Youngsville, N. Raleigh
Phone: (919) 556-5541
"Lunch Bunch" - Wake Forest playgroup meets weekly on Tuesdays from 11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. at the Rolesville Park. Bring a bag lunch for your child. We will have lunch together at noon - before and after the kids can play. All ages are welcome! All homeschoolers are welcome! Free.
Wake Forest Homeschoolers Edit Remove
Wake Forest, North Carolina
A secular homeschool group that promotes a culture of respect, learning, communication, and social enrichment for active homeschool families. We are a participation focused group, whose activities include, but are not limited to, community outreach, clubs, park days, field trips, and co-ops with the option of connecting with other homeschooling groups for large activities and events. Active participation is required; yearly membership dues of $20.00. Read more...
Walkertown Home Educators (WHE) Edit Remove
Kernersville, NC and surrounding areas
WHE is a Christian association established to provide educational enrichment and Christian fellowship. Since we are a Christian organization, all members sign a statement of faith. We meet together for parent-led enrichment clubs during fall and spring sessions. Read more...
Wise Instructors Need Group Support (WINGS) Edit Remove
Serving the North Mecklenburg / Lake Norman areas
Contact: Danielle Papageorgiou
We are a Christian organization and are governed by Christian principles; however, we are an inclusive group. We provide free information and resources on our homeschooling forums and also information about local activities. We also do a yearly Homeschool Activities Fair, as well as monthly live online chats. Read more...