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In addition, each group's active NCHE region is listed. Learn more about NCHE Regions.

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Name of Community Region(s)
Morehead City Classical Conversations

Weekly Community of Classes and Fellowship

Region 9
NC Adventurous Home Educators

NC Adventurous Home Educators is an all inclusive homeschool group that is based out of the Piedmont Triad, but offers fun, educational activities and trips all over NC and its bordering states.

Region 3
NC Homeschool Adventures

NC Homeschool Adventures has been planning field trips for the homeschool community for over six years.  It's a BIG WORLD out there and we love to see as much as we can.  Many of these field trip opportunities will be organized for the Greater Triangle Area.  You can choose to participate as much or as little as you would like.  The trips will be targeted to kids into two groups, K-5 (5 y/o to 11 y/o) and 6th-12th grade (12 y/o to 12th grade).  Many of the trips will include both groups and be broken into separate groups during the field trip.

Region 6
New Life at Scotts Hill Region 9
Newfound Baptist Homeschool Ministry (Leicester/Buncombe County)

  We are a group of Christian, homeschool families seeking to love, support, encourage and enrich families who have chosen to teach, train and educate their children at home.  Our ministry is open to all area homeschoolers and we are honored to walk beside you in this journey of home education.  We offer year-long fellowship classes that meet the 2nd Monday of each month at 10 am for a time of fellowship with classes beginning at 10:30am.  Classes are split into age appropriate groups.  There is a small membership fee per child to help with class supplies.  We also offer parties, field trip

Region 1
NOAH - Nurturing Ours At Home Region 4
North Carolina African-American Homeschoolers

This is a statewide support group for African-Americans.

North Charlotte Secular Homeschool Co-op

We are a group of homeschooling and unschooling families from the Greater Charlotte area working together to provide a gathering place for our children to engage in learning and social opportunities. Our mission is to provide a quality diverse, secular, and inclusive environment in which children are nurtured while engaging in classes and activities in a climate of mutual respect.  We are a non-religious, all- inclusive group.

Region 4
North Point Baptist Homeschool Ministry (Weaverville/Buncombe County)

Our ministry consists of Christian families who support and encourage one another in their efforts to home educate and train up their child(ren). There are many opportunities for friendships to be developed and fellowship to take place with field trips, Mom's Night and workshop classes.

 

Region 1
One to One Ratio

This is a group for single parents that homeschool.  Meetings are held quarterly.  Curriculum share library and food pantry available to members.  Most interaction is done via email.  Children are welcomed at meetings.

Region 5
Outer Banks Home Educators

Monthly meetings, field trips.  Membership requirements:  1) Comply with all DNPE requirements and 2) actively homeschool.

Region 7
Outer Banks Home Educators Region 7
PACE - Proud Advocates of Children's Education

*Formerly WAHE (Wilson Area Home Educators)

Pamlico Christian Homeschool Group

Meet at Broad Creek Christian Church.  Co-op, Mom's Night, Teen Activities, and Sports.

Region 9
Parents Educating Children at Home (PEACH) (Clay County) Region 1
PATH (Parents Actively Teaching at Home)

Newsletter, workshops, sports teams, prom, curriculum sale, co-op groups, group graduation, spelling/geography bee, science fair.

Secular group

Region 2
PATH (Parents As Teachers at Home) Region 7
PATH: Parents As Teachers @ Home

Parents As Teachers @ Home is a Christian-based home school group that exists to provide encouragement, support, and fellowship to those who are seeking to teach their children at home. We invite all people regardless to creed, race, or ethnic background. However, it should be understood that PATH is committed to Biblical standards in all its endeavors, including activities, field trips, standards of behavior, and manner of interaction. We seek to provide an informational network to our members about teaching methods, educational opportunities, and pertinent current events.

Region 4
PEACE at Bayleaf Baptist Church (People Enthusiastic About Christian Education) Region 5
PEAK (Parent Educators And Kids) Region 6
Pender County Homeschoolers Region 9
Principle Approach Families of NC

This is a group for families utilized the Principle Approach to homeschooling in NC.
If you want your children to become not only highly educated Christians with strong moral character but vigorous young men and women with a clear Biblical worldview - you will want to take a good look at Principle Approach homeschooling.

Region 5
Principle Approach Families of NC

This is a group for families utilizing the Principle Approach to homeschooling in NC.

Providence Tutorials

We are a Christian homeschool enrichment program that gathers once a week to partner with parents as they educate their children. Providence began in the fall of 1994 with approximately thirty children from the homeschool support group, Triangle Christian Home Educators.

       

Region 5
Psalms 127 Homeschool Co-op Region 5, Region 6
Quest Homeschool Co-op

Meets Tuesday mornings in Waynesille.

Region 1
RACCE (Raleigh Association of Classical Christian Educators) Region 5
Recess

Homeschool Support and Play Group serving ages birth to 18.  Secular group with Christian leadership.

Region 1 and Region 2 Yahoo Group

There is a very active online Yahoo Groups that you can join.  You will find a lot of information on our area, be able to ask questions and just stay informed.     

Region 1, Region 2
Region 8 Front Porch

Region 8 Front Porch is a Christian-based, inclusive email group designed to serve all homeschoolers in Region 8. This group promotes homeschooling events, opportunities, and news both in our region and throughout the state. In addition, it is our desire to develop a sense of community where we can promote relationships, field trips, and social opportunities for those in our area.

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