Counties: Davidson, Davie, Forsyth, Randolph, Rowan, Stanly, Yadkin
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Support Groups by County
www.hopenc.com H.O.P.E. is a support group for home schooling families in Davidson County, NC. We were founded in 1989.
Lexington Home Educators: http://ccheinc.org/
T.E.A.C.H. of Davie County
Contact them at: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/TeachHomeEducators/
Forsyth Home Educators - www.ncfhe.org - Christian support group offering an online information packet for new or new to the area homeschoolers.
Winston Salem First Homeschooling Families is a support group for homeschooling families that attend or are 'connected' to Winston Salem First. We host Moms Night Out and try to have several events for the entire family each year. Members can join our yahoo group http://groups.yahoo.com/group/BLESS-HS/ where we share ideas, suggestions, activities, prayer requests and praise reports. You can contact Amy McKenzie for more details at 336-778-1228 for more information.
Walkertown Home Educators is a faith based homeschool group participating in field trips, Mom's nights out, roller skating & an enrichment co-op. For more information email WHEfamilyfirstname.lastname@example.org
Holy Family Homeschool Enrichment of the Triad
The mission of Holy Family Home School Enrichment of the Triad is to support and encourage Catholic parents in their vocation to home educate their children. It is part of our mission to help home school families grow, serve, love, and learn in our Catholic faith. We offer enrichment classes and meet on a weekly basis from September to May.
http://www.harcnc.com/index.html HARC is an informational banner linking all the various support groups together in unity. Our purpose is to be a common link to communicate through and share the different opportunities available in our community.
Rowan County Home School Association www.rchsa.com
Stanley Montgomery Homeschool Association http://www.smhsa.com/
Try Classical Conversations for a Yadkin County support group.
Online Local Support & Discussion
The FNCHE Yahoo! Group, established in 2000 and hosting over 600 members, is a free resource and networking venue for homeschoolers and inquirers in Forsyth County and surrounding areas. We welcome parents and legal guardians who are currently homeschooling or have graduated homeschoolers, as well as those who are considering homeschooling in the near future.
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/FieldTripNC/?yguid=195580748 This group will act as a source for field trips in or near North Carolina
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/GHSNC/ A group for parents who are educating their gifted children at home in NC. This group will give parents an opportunity to network, share experiences, and support one another. This group is open to all types of homeschoolers, regardless of religion, race, etc.
Established in 2003, the Homeschool Alliance of North Carolina (HA- NC, www.ha-nc.org) is a grassroots network of independent homeschooling families in North Carolina. We are a colorful patchwork of families who embrace a myriad of approaches to education, spirituality and lifestyle. Individually, we are of varied opinions, beliefs and values. We all work together to support HA-NC's mission and goals without compromising our own personal principles, beliefs and commitments.
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Piedmonthomeschoolers/ This group is
offered as a means of disseminating news and information of interest
among homeschool families residing in the Piedmont region of North
Carolina. Please feel free to post notices of support group events,
curriculum for sale, yard sales, classes, activities, park days,
library information etc.
Single Parent Discussion Group
Post message: SHPSNC@yahoogroups.com
List owner: SHPSNCemail@example.com
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/triadhomeschoolers/ Triad Homeschoolers is located in the Triad/Piedmont of North Carolina. This group is for homeschoolers in the area looking for social interaction for their children. The purpose of the group is for us to have field trips and park days for our group for children 7th grade and younger.
Topical Groups & Other Resources
End of year Testing: Donna Turner has been a home-educator since 1979. Mother of twelve, she has taught her own children as well as tutored dozens of others. Donna has administered the WRAT test through-out the East coast since 1985. The WRAT is effective for home schooled students' end-of-grade test and grade placement for new home school families.
Telephone (336) 351-4933
A helpful homeschool blog This website has information on Free and inexpensive field trip ideas, programs of interest to Homeschoolers and offers Support groups a venue to post their outreach activities as well.
Interested in a homeschool prom? http://catawbavalleyhomeschoolprom.blogspot.com/
Home School Legal Defense Association (really worth joining!) www.hslda.org Their Resource Page is excellent and provides links to beginning homeschooling, and about anything homeschool related you can think of.
Classical Conversations has groups that meet in Winston-Salem, Davie
County, Clemmons, Kernersville, Davidson and other locations. Read a little about it, and if you are interested, go to North
Carolina, then download the .pdf at Community Listing Links to find one
close to you.
North Carolina African-American Homeschoolers http://ncaahomeschoolers.tripod.com/ Site offers resources for African-American homeschoolers in North Carolina.
Special Kids in Loving Schools (SKILS): A new support group with parents of special needs kids who homeschool and need support and eventually we will have speakers. What I am hoping will eventually will happen we will have enough interest and be able to help one another teach each other on how to reach our kids. Special needs is any one from add to severe disabilities or if you suspect your child may have problems Contact person is Janet Bowman 336-674-0680 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Art Educator Kristine Beam holds a NC license in K-12 Art Education, along with years of professional experience that relate to art. You may reach Kristine at 336-413-5638
Art Education "The Disappearing Wall" is located at 521 Liberty st. in Winston-Salem, N.C. in the AOL Art Building:Suites 110 &111. The owners are Stacey Wolf and Diane Faison. Diane Faison is a retired art teacher, with over 25 years of experience in teaching art to children of all ages. Stacey Wolf is an instructor for art at a children's center in Winston. Along with other contributing and talented artist, they will be offering art workshops to children of all ages at our studio. Contact Diane Faison at 336-692-1826
PE Teacher Matt Kimmel teaches several classes around the Winston-Salem area. They are a lot of fun for the kids and provide a nice time for the parents to visit. Matt can be reached at (336) 391-8280 or email@example.com
Music Teacher. David Walker teaches passion for music as much the music itself. He comes to your home and gets kids and grown-ups playing music quickly. David looks like a tattooed rock star from an 80's hair band, but he loves Jesus and plays about a dozen instruments firstname.lastname@example.org (336) 769-0777
NC Adventurous Home Educators. The group is based in the Piedmont Triad area, but educational and fun field trips, extracurricular activities, Mom's Nights Out, Teen Night Out, Kids Day Out, Park Days etc. are planned all throughout the state of N.C. We generally plan 8-10 activities per month. The group is open to anyone that is actively homeschooling in N.C. This group is for all ages. Membership is free. You can join by searching for "NC Adventurous Home Educators" in Yahoo Groups or by emailing me personally at email@example.com