Local Support Groups
For Support Group Leaders
Support Group Leadership Luncheon
In support group leadership? Join us at the convention in June, for a special luncheon to honor your service to other homeschoolers.
Check back for more information in early 2013.
Support Group Leadership Retreat
Details Coming Soon.
Interactive & Fun! Dynamic & Fast-Paced!
Refreshing & Informative! Door prizes, gifts, and fellowship!
Statewide Support Group – Home Educators Association of Virginia
HEAV has been promoting and protecting home education in Virginia through information, legislation, and resources since 1983. Check out our 1,000-page Virginia Homeschool Manual—your definitive guide to homeschooling in Virginia.
Free Resources and Information
Be sure to sign up for our FREE magazine and e-newsletter, the Virginia Home Educator and the Virginia Homeschool Update, and to browse our website for in depth, Virginia-specific homeschool information.
We also offer one of the largest homeschool conventions in the country that features a massive exhibit hall, a used curriculum sale, a statewide graduation, and more than 100 workshops. We have full-time office staff and dedicated volunteers to answer your questions and provide counseling—just give us a call at 804-278-9200 or send an e-mail message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Special-needs Homeschool Support
NATHHAN (National Challenged Homeschoolers Associated Network)
NATHHAN’s purpose is to encourage homeschooling families with special-needs children, in ways that glorify the Lord Jesus Christ, and to find Christian homes for children with special needs.
Home School Foundation
P.O. Box 1152
Purcellville, VA 20134
American Homeschool Association (AHA)
Online news, discussion list, information, resources, media contacts
National Home Education Research Institute
P.O. Box 13939
Salem, OR 97309
Research facts and statistics about homeschooling
National Black Home Educators
13434 Plank Road, PMB 110
Baker, LA 70714
Promote parent-directed education and homeschooling by empowering African-American parents through information, education, and regional networks