A listing of local area support groups and co-ops from toddler through high school.
Listings below are in alphabetical order by group name. If you have or are part of a homeschool support not listed here, please contact us with the details and we’ll add it.
Assoc. of Roman Catholic Homeschoolers (ARCH)
Our goal is to build up one another as we gather to grow, love, serve, and learn in our Catholic faith. Though our children range in age from infants to high schoolers and beyond, and our educational styles include classical, unschooling and everything in between.
Founded in 2001 as a welcoming, all-inclusive, secular homeschool support group, Cary Homeschoolers, Inc. (CHS) grew rapidly and now has over 200 member families with over 600 students of all ages. Membership is open to all homeschooling families in and around Cary.
Supplemental program designed to help families enrich their educational experience through a flexible approach to learning. Students study the same topics at all ages creating family unity. Older students in the dialectic and rhetoric stage meet for discussion and activities.
Chapel Hill Homeschoolers is a diverse network of parents and children in Chapel Hill, Durham and surrounding area. We pride ourselves in providing an inclusive, supportive environment for all of our members. We are confident you will find what you need to be confident in your journey.
Our Mission: We believe that every child is uniquely and wonderfully made and that parents can be the best teachers for their children. Through our Foundations, Essentials, and Challenge programs, we support parents and students along the journey of homeschooling.
Support group for Christian homeschoolers in Cary, NC, and the surrounding area. Our group is sponsored by Colonial Baptist Church, but any Christian family may join. Activities vary widely – everything from small groups and clubs to science co-ops and field trips and testing.
Our purpose is to provide support to homeschooling families through encouragement, information, and activities.
We are a homeschool support group that serves the entire Research Triangle area, but our families are primarily located in Southwestern Wake County, North Carolina.
This is a group for moms in the Knightdale, Wendell, Zebulon and surrounding areas to share ideas and resources, as well as plan field trips, play dates, and to overall love and support each other as we journey together through this amazing adventure called homeschooling!
We provide programs, classes, and meet up opportunities to support your family’s homeschool experience. We recognize and value the unique gifts and abilities of each parent and invite you to join us in passing on our collective gifts, expertise, abilities, and know-how to our children.
Generations is a ministry of Crossroads Fellowship that exists in partnership with the local church to encourage families as they educate their children. We accomplish this by offering academic enrichment programs, coordinating group activities, and fostering collaboration among our members.
We provide support and encouragement to local homeschooling families through prayer, support, and various opportunities to meet together. Homeschooling is a GREAT ENDEAVOR but not an easy one! Every member of the family needs support to share this unique experience.
Throughout the year, HH functions as a support group, gives ministry opportunities, fellowship opportunities and offers two types of academic classes for local homeschool families. Just a reminder, if you choose to homeschool your child you are still responsible for their schooling.
We are a parent-led group of home educating families who are working together to build a supportive community. We share information, resources, and opportunities. We strive to be open-minded, tolerant, tactful, and responsive to the needs of others in our group.
We are an intentionally diverse and inclusive group of homeschooling families. Homeschool Explorers encompasses many life and homeschooling styles. The group's activities are designed around the school-age members who participate and their needs.
Homeschool Moms Around Wake County is a place for local homeschooling moms to connect and share ideas & information related to homeschooling. Moms who are considering homeschooling and/or considering moving to our area (The Triangle) are also welcome.
Homeschoolers of Holly Springs is based in Holly Springs but we have members all over the area. Our group was founded in 2010. We are a secular group and welcome all active homeschoolers of all ages. We are not a co-op but we do offer many classes and events.
An association of Christian homeschooling families in the Wake Forest/Youngsville and surrounding area. We provide homeschooling opportunities for children to participate in large and small group activities for academic, social and character building purposes.
Welcome to Raleigh homeschoolers! We are an inclusive homeschool group that meets to go “beyond the classroom.” We will visit museums, parks, libraries, aquariums, go on business/factory tours, explore North Carolina, and beyond! We will also do philanthropic work twice a school year.
Sedes Sapientiae homeschool co-op is a group of homeschooling parents who join together to share teaching duties. It is not a school and it is not a business. However, while smaller homeschool co-ops may maintain an informal structure, larger co-ops usually require a more formal structure.
An informative Facebook group for Wake County Homeschoolers. Please feel free to share any information you think would benefit other families. This group is open to all Homeschool families regardless of race/ethnicity/religious beliefs – with the expectation to treat all parties equally.
Wake Forest Homeschoolers is an inclusive, homeschool support and activities group whose primary purpose is to provide our children with enrichment and social opportunities with other homeschoolers. We are also here to share ideas about homeschooling & to act as a source of support for parents.