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State-wide Groups

Some groups serve homeschoolers state-wide. Many of these groups are virtual groups.

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Name of Community
Gifts NC

Online support group for parents homeschooling special needs children

HARC (Homeschool Association of Randolph County)
Hope in the Sandhills

HOPE in the Sandhills is for homeschooling moms and their children in the Moore County area who want to Help Others Prioritize Education (HOPE) in their homes.


HOPE in the Sandhills Home School Support Groups and Cooperative 

School age (main group):


North Carolina African-American Homeschoolers

This is a statewide support group for African-Americans.

Principle Approach Families of NC

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

SHPSNC (Single Homeschooling Parents of NC)

Online support group for single parents who are homeschooling

Southeast Middlers at Home

Southeast Middlers at Home (SEMAH)

An inclusive, secular social network for Johnston County and Wake County homeschool families with upper elementary and/or middle school age (9-13yo) children. This network is not meant to take the place of the larger area support groups, but to fill the needs of this specific age group in our area. Of course, siblings of all ages are always welcome, but the focus is on making connections between the older kids. Regular meet-ups will be held in the western Johnston County/eastern Wake County area, with a co-op as a future possibility.

Totally Au-some Homeschooling

This group was created to relay information and resources specifically related to homeschooling Autistic children of all ages in our McDowell County and surrounding Western North Carolina areas.

Here, we homeschool while continuing to educate and bring awareness of the answers that are out there for accommodation, inclusion, self-advocacy, compassion and understanding instead of pity or intolerance.