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Region 4

Welcome to Region 4's page. As your regional director, I am here to encourage you in your homeschool journey. My husband, Keith, and I have three children, and we have homeschooled  for over twelve years.

Please let me know if we can help you or answer any questions, We look forward to meeting you soon.

If the support group name is listed in blue, you may follow the link to find out more.

If you are a support group leader in Region 4 and you have a support group that is not listed here or see that something is missing or in error in the support groups listing below, please contact me so that I can correct your information.

Keith and Anita Hudson

Keith and Anita Hudson have been married twenty-two years with three children. All of their children were born in Asheville where they began their homeschooling journey. Eleven years ago they moved to the Charlotte area where Anita serves as the region 4 liaison. The Hudson’s have always homeschooled, and if you count it by actual school years, they have homeschooled over fourteen years. Their oldest is a junior in college; their second is a high school senior, and their youngest is thirteen. In addition to volunteering with NCHE, Keith and Anita are self-employed. When they first decided to homeschool, their Asheville friends said go to the NCHE conference, and they did. Since then, they have been members of NCHE and now enjoy serving homeschoolers in the Charlotte area as part of the NCHE team.

Regional Groups

NCHE is committed to helping North Carolina homeschoolers succeed, including fostering community.
There are many and various groups and associations throughout the state devoted to supporting home educators.

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  • The Cabarrus County Home School Association (CCHSA) is a nonprofit, nondenominational, Christian home school support group dedicated to providing tools and encouragement to home educators and their

  • The philosophy of our Christian group is one of support to families.

  • Connecting Christian Homeschoolers in the Charlotte Area

  • The Cleveland County Homeschool Association, Inc.

  • CMeLEARN (Charlotte Mason eLEARN) is a homeschool group serving families in the Greater Charlotte area.

  • A 501c3 nonprofit organization serving homeschoolers in the greater Cabarrus and Mecklenburg County area by promoting education, service, and community.  

  • This group is for members of the Family Apostolate of Catholic Education and Service (FACES) home school co-op located in Charlotte, NC.

  • Gaston County Homeschool Network is an inclusive e-list network of homeschooling and unschooling families who share information and ideas related to homeschooling in Gaston County, North Carolina.

  • GRACE is made up of a diverse collection of personalities and homeschooling philosophies. Our purpose is to provide Group Resources and Christian Encouragement on a personal level.

  • Located in Matthews (Mecklenburg County), Greyfriars Classical Academy (GCA) offers a classical high school education in a strong Christian environment, welcoming homeschooled students to enroll in

  • Home-Based Educators of Charlotte (HBEC) is an inclusive, secular group providing support and resources for people who have chosen to educate their families at home.

  • The purpose of this group is to provide an atmosphere for support and fellowship, as well as a place to share and ask for advice, network, and offer activities and field trips for our homeschooled

  • This group was begun by homeschoolers who attend Lee Park Baptist Church in Monroe, NC. It is open to anyone in the Union County area.

  • HINTS (Home Instructors Need Team Support) is a homeschool support group that serves the geographical area of south Charlotte and has been in existence since 1985.

  • The purpose of Home Oriented Ministry & Education (HOME) is to nurture a Christian home education based upon the Bible. HOME support group operates by Biblical principles at all times.

  • The mission of Home Schoolers Offering Practical Encouragement (HOPE) is to provide a network of mutual support and encouragement for homeschoolers through the sharing of resources, ideas, and fell

  • This is an inclusive support group of homeschooling families from the Gaston/Cleveland county areas of North Carolina and all surrounding counties.

  • Lincoln County Home Educators, founded in 1988, is a growing local Christian support group of about 65 families.

  • A co-operative organization for support, educational opportunities, and social activities of academically-minded homeschool teens and their families.

  • 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.

  • SALT is a non-profit, faith-based Christian organization, consisting of about 100 families, based in northwest Charlotte.

  • Seeds of Promise FSG is a non-profit, non-denominational parent cooperative homeschool family support group founded upon Biblical Judeo-Christian values.

  • Crusaders Mission Statement: The Crusaders is a Christian organization that has been established to serve our members through fellowship, educational opportunities, and activities.

  • Visions Of The Future Homeschool Group is a non-secular group open to all members of the communities of Mooresville, Mt. Ulla, Davidson, Cornelius, and Huntersville.

     

  • West Lincoln Home Educators was founded in 2003.

  • Located in Gastonia, (Gaston County), Westminster Classical Academy (GCA) offers a classical 7th-12th grade (Starting fall 2014 with 7th-8th) education in a strong Christian environment, welcoming

  • WINGS exists to provide support and encouragement to homeschool parents primarily in the north Charlotte, University, and Lake Norman areas of North Carolina.

  • THIS GROUP NO LONGER EXISTS as of July 2013. Please contact HINTSmail@gmail.com for information about another group to join.

     

  • Zoe means "Abundant life in Christ". Zoe is a teen group whose mission is to encourage Christian growth and maturity through worship, fellowship, and service activities.