Homeschool Groups, Co-Ops, Pods, and Events!

Local Homeschooling Support Groups

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Homeschool Groups Near Me?

If you are looking for a homeschool co op, a homeschool support group, or even a homeschool micro-school you can use this state directory to find options that may fit your family. Click on the links below to find a homeschool group in your local area!

Local Homeschool Events Near Me

If you’re interested not only in finding homeschooling support groups near you but also in finding homeschool activities near you we’d love to share one of our favorite homeschool events resources. A2Z Homeschooling offers a list of “Homeschool Events Near Me” to help homeschoolers locate events in their local area that might interest them.

Homeschooling Events Near Me

Why Find a Homeschool Support Group?

Homeschool support groups are great places to connect and engage with other homeschoolers. When you begin to homeschool, finding a connection that gives you the opportunity to share experiences, get advice, and find friends is often a lifeline. Most homeschooling parents wonder if there are any “homeschool groups near me”, and the answer is a resounding, yes!

With listings in both the United States as well as worldwide homeschool support groups, you’re sure to find a network of homeschool organizations near you. There are homeschool support groups in every shape and size including every demographic. If you aren’t satisfied at first, keep looking OR create your own homeschool organization. Because we all know, it’s so important to find a place to get plugged in!

Visit our homeschool support group pages to find online and local homeschool groups, co-ops, and micro-schools near you.

What is a Homeschool Co-op?

Sometimes homeschool support groups are also known as homeschool co-ops. These groups gather on a regular basis. Sometimes they share the teaching responsibility by letting each parent teach in the subject matter that they have expertise. In this way, parents are “co operating” together and sharing the responsibility of teaching. Sometimes these parent groups will develop something a little more formal and the homeschool co-op becomes a homeschool co-op school. In this way, parents can be a bit more official in terms of the courses and type of education the students that participate receive. Homeschool co-ops are a great way to meet other homeschool families and to engage in homeschool socialization.