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Tennessee Home Education Association Edit Remove
P.O. Box 681652, Franklin, TN 37068
Phone: (615) 834-3529
THEA is an volunteer association of homeschooling families with seven chapters covering the entire state of Tennessee offering and encouraging graduation, newsletters, web sites, curriculum fairs, conferences, support groups, coops, tutorials, etc. Membership in many of the seven areas is bundled with newsletter subscription varying from $10 to $40 per year. Membership and assistance is open to all home schooling families. Leaders are required to be Christian. Read more...
Birchwood Baptist Homeschool Association Edit Remove More
Contact: Steve and Lana Murphy
Phone: (423) 961-0092
Christian fellowship, co-op meetings 2x monthly including science and lab, drama, sign language, Spanish, music and much more. $10.00 membership fee per family.
Chattanooga Southeast Tennessee Home Education Association Edit Remove More
P.O. Box 23374, Chattanooga, TN 37422
Contact: Gary & Carole Hargraves or Stephanie Thomas
Phone: (423) 266-4663
East Nashville Homeschool Association Edit Remove More
Comprised of homeschooling families in East Nashville, Inglewood, Lower Madison, and Germantown.
Contact: Ginny Schutz
Online list serve, field trips, service projects, support and information sharing. ENHA organizes twice monthly open plays and an average of one field trip a month plus monthly teacher's lounge gatherings and more.
Ebony Homeschoolers Edit Remove
P. O. Box 382131, Germantown, TN 38183-2131
Contact: Dell Self or Oriana Lee Farrell
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Ebony Homeschoolers is a Christian homeschool support fellowship established to strengthen and encourage the African-American homeschooling family. Monthly meetings 12:30pm every 4th Friday. Various activities such as swim days, group service projects, monthly support group meetings, and more are offered. Read more...
Heart & Hearth Home Education Support Group Edit Remove
Serving Bedford, Cannon, Coffee, Franklin, Grundy, Lincoln, Marion, Moore, Rutherford, and Warren Counties in southern middle Tennessee.
Contact: Linda Reed
Phone: (931) 596-3171
We are a Christian group offering weekly recreational activities in Tullahoma. We also offer achievement testing in spring, a small conference, high school graduation exercises, publication of a group yearbook, and maintenance of an informative website. Support activities include seasonal celebrations, field trips, and Moms' Night Out. There are no membership dues, but participation in some of the activities requires a small fee. Rutledge Falls Homeschool Fellowship is an all-ages co-op meeting on Tuesdays at a church located between Manchester and Tullahoma. Read more...
Memphis Home Education Association Edit Remove More
P.O. Box 2196, Memphis, TN 38088
Phone: (901) 753-4705
Fax: (901) 388-4908
MHEA is a membership-based, Christian organization dedicated to serving home educators by providing support, encouragement and assistance; advancing home schooling; safeguarding and promoting parental authority in education.
Mid-East Tennessee Home Education Association Edit Remove More
Based in Athens, TN
Contact: Eddie and Kim Bohannon
Phone: (423) 745-9015
METHE is a local chapter of Tennessee Home Education Association serving families in McMinn, Meigs, Monroe and Polk counties.
Middle Tennessee Home Education Association Edit Remove
P.O. Box 2234, Smyrna, TN 37167
Contact: Kelly Murray
We provide a monthly newsletter to our members, as well as support and guidance for anyone who needs information about homeschooling. We are committed to protect the right of the parents to "train up a child in the way he should go." Read more...
Murfreesboro Homeschoolers Edit Remove More
1700 Irby Lane
Contact: Alexine Fink
We are a compassionate group of homeschooling families who gather together to educate our children and build friendships. As an inclusive community we respect all religious and spiritual backgrounds. For this reason we keep our classes secular. Our hope is to bring the homeschooling community together for inspirational and fun learning experiences. We gather in Murfreesboro, TN and welcome families willing to travel near or far. We offer classes and activities for home schooled children, birth to 12th grade. Tutorial Classes are not required to participate in the group.
Northeast Tennessee Home Education Association (NETHEA) Edit Remove
NETHEA, c/o Melinda Chapman, 565 Bill Moody Trail, Blountville, TN 37617
Contact: Russ Rogers or Melinda Chapman
Phone: (423) 782-7001 or (423) 360-4496
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
NETHEA serves homeschoolers in the eight county area of upper East Tennessee through events, activities, services and support. The $20 yearly membership fee provides membership not only in NETHEA, but also THEA (Tennessee Home Education Association). NETHEA is a nonprofit organization and membership is open to all homeschoolers. Read more...
RIO Revolution Connection Co-op Edit Remove More
3419 East Lamar Alexander Parkway
Maryville, Tennessee 37804
Contact: Debbie Simmons
RIO Revolution Connection was formed to be a service to our homeschool community in Blount County. We wanted to offer classes for families that homeschool and needed an avenue for their children to socialize. We also wanted to offer parents the option of having someone else help shoulder the load of schooling. We offer Enrichment classes to add to the learning opportunities children have at home, as well as Academic classes that will be a little more intense and have homework (they are, after all, for credits). We currently meet on Tuesdays.
Smoky Mountain Tennessee Home Education Association Edit Remove
1538 Highland Avenue, Knoxville, TN 37916
Contact: Rich Melton
The Smoky Mountain Home Education Association (SMHEA) is a Christian-led, non-profit service organization providing information and vital resources to all area homeschoolers. SMHEA serves the families of eighteen counties surrounding and including Knox County, and is one of seven Tennessee regional organizations affiliated with the Tennessee Home Education Association. Read more...
The Center for Homeschool Excellence Edit Remove More
Serving the Chattanooga area, based in Ooltewah
Contact: Angie Lippard
Phone: (423) 396-9488
We have field trips, service projects, classes for all grades (including high school), Heart and Soul Mom's Meetings and much more! We have the privilege of meeting in the old Snow Hill Elementary School in Ooltewah, TN.
Tri County Christian (TCC) Home Educators Edit Remove
Covers Northern Davidson, Cheatham, Robertson and Southern Montgomery Counties in Middle Tennessee
Contact: Susan Francen or Laura Morgan
TCC is a parent-led, Christian home educators’ group providing support, encouragement and information to those who are, or are considering, home educating. First Baptist Church of Joelton allows us to use the church's facilities. We welcome any home schooling parent to join our group throughout the year. Our yearly membership dues range from $15 to $25. We do not require you to be a member of FBCJ to join our group. Read more...
West Tennessee Home Education Association Edit Remove More
P.O. Box 10013, Jackson, TN 38308
Contact: William and Judith Belew
Phone: (731) 723-3945 or (731) 784-8117
WTHEA is a chapter of THEA (Tennessee Home Education Association), a state-wide organization that helps to ensure that homeschooling in Tennessee stays legal. We serve 18 counties in West Tennessee: Benton, Carrol, Chester, Crockett, Decatur, Dyer, Gibson, Hardeman, Hardin, Haywood, Henderson, Henry, Lake, Lauderdale, Madison, McNairy, Obion, and Weakley.
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