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NYS Loving Education At Home (LEAH) Edit Remove More
P.O. Box 438, Fayetteville, NY 13066-0438
Phone/Fax: (866) 960-9440
LEAH has over 120 chapters and 3200 families. We support New York Homeschooling through local support groups (chapters), conferences, and legislative monitoring.
5BoroHSchooling Edit Remove
Greater New York
Email: email@example.com, 5BoroHSchoolingfirstname.lastname@example.org
We are a group of homeschool families that enjoy the simplicities of home instruction through various activities. All grades are welcome, with focus on grades 4-12. Activities Organized by our moderator are exclusively for members only. Prior-approval screening process; group introduction within 3 days of membership! Read more...
All-Inclusive Homeschoolers Edit Remove More
52 Swan Street, Salamanca, NY 14779
Contact: Gail M. Gilman
Email: email@example.com, HomeSchoolNYfirstname.lastname@example.org
All homeschoolers welcome! Monthly events, trips, get togethers, email list, and more. Homeschool Bowling League! Many Activities. Group classes at the Olean Area YMCA. From NW PA to all of western NY.
Association of Home Educators Advancing Dreams (AHEAD) - NY Edit Remove
Covers Queens, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Staten Island, Long Island, and the Bronx
Phone: (718) 441-6501
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a homeschooling group for teens, older tweens, and their families. Weekly clubhouse get-together for co-op/classes, 4H program, and a variety of social time and trips for the teens and their parents. We share curriculum, ideas, news and assorted test prep/career plans, among other things. Membership is free! Read more...
Central NY Home-Schooling E-Network (CNYHSEN) Edit Remove More
Serving Syracuse, Rome, Utica and surrounding communities of Central New York
Email: email@example.com, CNYHSENfirstname.lastname@example.org
A support group and networking forum designed to share information, news, ideas and events relevant to home schoolers in the Central New York region.
CNY Homeschoolers United Edit Remove
Central New York
An all-inclusive group that meets at least once a month, often more than once, with field trips, subject clubs, educational workshops, holiday celebrations, and end of year graduation celebrations. Free membership with free or low cost activities. Read more...
Discovery, Resources, Education, Activities and More (DREAM) Edit Remove More
Based in Nassau County, NY
Email: email@example.com, DREAM4KIDSfirstname.lastname@example.org
We are a secular, inclusive homeschooling support group, providing opportunities to network with other local homeschooling families, share resources, plan activities, and just generally discuss the nitty-gritty details of homeschooling.
Dutchess County Homeschool Association Edit Remove
We have members from Westchester County to Ulster County.
Contact: Sylvia Diaz
Phone: (845) 677-4113
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a homeschool co-op that meets once a week from September - May to collaboratively teach each others' kids. We are a secular group welcoming of all homeschoolers, a place where your children can learn and have fun alongside other homeschoolers. Read more...
East Hampton Homeschool Group Edit Remove
P.O. Box 3067, Sag Harbor, NY 11963
Contact: Teresa Loos
Phone/Fax: (631) 329-9553
Homeschool families in Nassau Suffolk Queens or NYC are welcome to join. This group is serving the Hamptons, (East End of Long Island, New York), Montauk, Amagansett, Wainscott, Watermill, Springs, Napeague, East Hampton, Bridgehampton, Sag Harbor, Sagaponack. The behavior of this group will be governed by Christian principles as we are Christians. Read more...
Exploring Nature Educational Resource Field Trips Edit Remove More
P.O. Box 84, Elizabethtown, NY 12932
Contact: Sheri Amsel
Phone: (518) 962-4977 or (888) 497-3765
Fax: (928) 962-4972
Science field trips to Nature Trail in Essex, NY. For grades 3–6, includes walk on the nature trail to learn about life cycles, food webs, tree names, animal signs, survival tricks, camouflage, adaptations and more. Animal tracking, predator–prey, scavenger games and learn to draw animals. Offered free with funding by Eddy Foundation and Exploring Nature Educational Resource.
Go & Learn HomeSchool Edit Remove
Based in NY
Contact: Michelle Derival
We serve as a nationwide group, based in New York. Happenings and doings such as trips, events, outings, classes, and adventures are our only subject matters. Read more...
HIM Ministry Edit Remove
7912 Thompson Rd., Cicero, NY 13039
Contact: Penni Boucher
Phone: (315) 699-4140 or (315) 455-8116
Our group meets at Believer' Chapel throughout the school year for a monthly science and literature-based preschool program and a K-12 program of art, gym and literature, nutrition, sign language and manners, or any other classes our gifted parents like to teach. There are also various functions, fieldtrips, and opportunities to raise funds for worthy causes. Read more...
Home Learners Association of Central New York (HLACNY) Edit Remove More
Central New York, Greater Syracuse Area
HLACNY is a secular homeschooling organization in Central NY, offering a weekly Co-op on Fridays and Academy (drop off educational program). We also have exciting field trips and many special events, such as Geography and Science Fairs, dances and talent shows.
Homeschool New York Edit Remove
New York City, Tri-State, Westchester County, and Hudson Valley areas
Contact: Twinkle Burke-Hubbard
A group for families who are currently homeschooling or who are *seriously* considering homeschooling in the future. Our members share information about workshops, trips, classes, curricula, meet-ups, etc. that are of interest to our membership. We are inclusive, diverse, supportive, respectful, accepting, and secular in membership and nature. We also organize group buys of certain curriculum for interested families. Membership is free but there is a screening process for security reasons. Read more...
Long Island Family Teachers United in Prayer (L.I.F.T. U.P.) Edit Remove More
753 Greenlawn Ave., Islip Terrace, NY 11752-1701
Contact: Ralph and Pam Cipriano
Phone: (516) 277-6646
Newsletter, parent meetings, children's activities, original printed materials
Long Islanders Growing at Home Together (LIGHT) Edit Remove More
Serving Queens & Long Island
LIGHT is a secular grassroots non-profit organization directed by member consensus. The purpose of this organization is to offer information, organize activities for members by members (and their children and families), hold meetings, and help members to introduce themselves to one another.
New York City Home Educators Alliance Edit Remove
Serving New York City
NYCHEA is a volunteer-run organization for homeschooling families in New York City. We sponsor trips, clubs, get-togethers, classes, sports activities and picnics. With over 300 families, NYCHEA is the largest homeschooling group in the city. Read more...
Niagara Community LEAH Edit Remove
Niagara and Erie County Regions of New York
Contact: Robert Dallmann
Phone: (716) 283-1444
Email: Form / Contact Page
A homeschool support group of Christian families whose purpose is to assist and encourage each other in our desire to give our children a Christ-centered education. Read more...
North of Buffalo Homeschoolers' Association (NOBHA) Edit Remove More
6077 Exchange St, Newfane, NY 14108
Contact: Josh and Angela Gelyon
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Northern Light Learning Center Edit Remove
Ithaca and surrounding counties
Phone: (607) 542-9892
We are a cooperative homeschool learning center located in downtown Ithaca, made up of about 60 homeschooling families that work together to offer classes and events for children of all ages. Classes from recent sessions have been offered on everything from Hands-On Science to Mandarin Chinese, Social Justice Films to Dissection, Algebra to Dr. Seuss Theater — and that’s just a sampling. Trial membership and one-class option available. Read more...
Orange County Homeschoolers Edit Remove More
Based in Orange County, NY
An inclusive support group offering social outings and community-based education opportunities for homeschooling families in and around Orange County, NY.
Parents Who Homeschool Meet up Group Edit Remove
NYC, primarily in Manhattan but also Brooklyn, the Bronx and Queens
Contact: Cassandra Mack
An inclusive monthly meet-up group for homeschoolers only. We are a group of primarily moms with children ranging from ages 6 to 10. Most of our activities are scheduled during the day on weekdays. We plan to offer park days, read alouds, visits to cultural institutions and other educational events that will provide our kids with lots of learning and socialization. Read more...
PCC LEAH Edit Remove More
421 Marsh Road, Pittsford, NY 14534
Contact: Chris & Elaine Pragle
Phone: (585) 347-4140
Email: Form / Contact Page
PCC LEAH is a chapter of LEAH, a Christian organization in the greater Rochester, NY area. This chapter is open to membership from within and outside Pittsford Community Church. The group offers fellowship with periodic meetings and events, a weekly co-op and extracurricular events such as sports, field trips, moms-groups, curriculum-fairs, and FIRST Lego League Robotics - all activities organized by our members. There is a nominal yearly membership fee.
Rochester Area Homeschoolers Association Edit Remove More
72 Maple Park Heights, Rochester NY 14625
Phone: (585) 234-0298
Rome Area Inclusive Homeschool Network (RAIHN) Edit Remove More
Serving Rome, NY and surrounding areas
Contact: Julie Dutt
Phone: (315) 533-0824
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a new, inclusive, open-minded homeschool group, getting together for positive socialization, educational enrichment, encouragement and inspiration. We encourage all members to participate in and contribute to the group by planning and organizing activities.
St. Peter - North Ridge Homeschool Resource Center Edit Remove
4169 Church Rd., Lockport, NY 14094
Phone: (716) 433-9013 or (716) 433-9014
No membership required! Free and low-cost resources include clubs and extracurricular activities, educational events, academic and enrichment classes, academic support, and free annual used curriculum sale. Read more...
St. Thomas Aquinas Homeschoolers of the Rochester Area (STAHRA) Edit Remove More
Rochester, NY and surrounding area
Contact: Pam M
STAHRA is an association of over 60 Catholic homeschooling families throughout the Diocese of Rochester who support one another in homeschooling. In line with this mission, the organization publishes a monthly newsletter and holds a variety of meetings, family activities, children's clubs, and social events which provide opportunities for worship, learning, fellowship, and fun.
Staten Island Christian Home Educators (SICHE) Edit Remove More
75 Kenmore St., Staten Island
Contact: Ron & Lynette Larsen
Phone: (718) 356-7008
Email: email@example.com, SICHEfirstname.lastname@example.org
SICHE meets monthly on the 3rd or 4th Friday of the month between September and June at Bethel Evangelical Free Church, 4550 Amboy Road. We are members of LEAH, and have provided support for the born-again Christian homeschooling family for over 20 years. Field trips, spelling bees, oral presentatins, co-ops, Mom's night out, and more.
Suffolk County Homeschoolers Edit Remove More
Serving Long Island
Suffolk County Homeschoolers offers a wide range of fun and educational activities for children of all ages. This is a secular, inclusive group. Membership is free.
The Alternative Learning Center (TALC) Edit Remove
Columbia, Berkshire, Greene, Ulster, Rensselaer, and surrounding counties
Our membership includes approximately 30-40 families. We meet twice a week at our facility, which has a gym, classrooms, a kitchen, playing fields, tennis courts, a playroom for toddlers, and an outdoor playground. Our schedule is comprised of an autumn term and a spring term, each running approximately 12 weeks; we break for vacations and holidays. TALC is open to homeschoolers of any religion, political view, method of homeschooling, family structure, etc. Read more...
The Montfort Academy Edit Remove More
99 Valley Road, Katonah, NY 10536
Contact: Thaddeus Julian Kozinski
Phone: (914) 767-0325
Fax: (914) 767-0735
Email: Form / Contact Page
A new Catholic high-school for boys specializing in a rigorous, traditional curriculum of the Classics and the Great Books.
The Uhuru Homeschool Hut Edit Remove More
3603 Boston Road, Bronx, NY 10469
Contact: Uhuru Mamas
Phone: (212) NY-MOM-01
The Hut implements a holistic and balanced African and Multicultural curriculum. We usually meet twice each week and focus on subjects that include academics and the arts, such as science, history, Kuumba African drumming, woodworking, theater, character development, conflict resolution, and more. We also go on educational field trips at least twice each month.
Tri-State Homeschoolers Edit Remove More
50 Guernsey Hill Rd, LaGrangeville, NY 12540
Contact: Sylvia Diaz
Phone: (845) 677-4113
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
A secular, inclusive support group for homeschoolers in the Tri-State NYC area: Orange, Dutchess, Putnam, Rockland, Ulster, Sullivan & Westchester Counties in NY, Bergen County in NJ, and Fairfield County in CT. Offers events, activities, newsletter, and more.
Ulster Home Educators Edit Remove More
Ulster County (and environs), NY
Contact: Erica Chase-Salerno
Email: email@example.com, UlsterHomeEducatorsfirstname.lastname@example.org
We are a free, inclusive email list for the exchange of information and support for homeschooling families or families interested in homeschooling in and around Ulster County, NY. We have periodic meetings around the county to give us the chance to get together, ask questions, meet new homeschooling families, and just catch up. We also have a lending library with a variety of homeschool resources.
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