Virginia Homeschool Support Groups
Find a local Virginia Homeschool Support group for your homeschool journey. Groups are organized by Region, by County, then in alphabetical order by group name. Category is listed by each name.
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Region 1 – Central Virginia Homeschool Groups
A Facebook group for homeschoolers in Charles City County, Virginia, and the surrounding counties, to share events, field trip information, coordinate meet ups, share ideas, and offer support for just about anything pertaining to homeschooling. This group is here to encourage you on your homeschooling journey.
Bridge Academy is a homeschool co-op that has been serving home schooling families in the Chester/Richmond area since 2014. It is an academically strong, Christ-centered classes for families with students from grades 1 through 12!
CCA has group classes to support homeschool education. Classes meet once or twice a week and using our online program, students are assigned homework for days not in class. Teachers provide all grades for parents to use for transcripts. CCA provides lunch ordering options as well as social events to enhance homeschooling! It meets at Kingsway Community Church.
This is a parent-led group and parental involvement is required—no kid drop offs! Group meetings on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 11a.m. to 1p.m. Join us for Math Mondays, Wild Science Wednesdays, and Fun Fridays. We want learning to be hands-on and fun, so we play educational board games, do worksheets, review flash cards, read books, and do experiments—and every so often we take a fun field trip on a Friday. Any age and grade is welcome to join us for fun learning. This group is held under the pavilion at White Bank Park in Colonial Heights, so we meet every week, rain or shine, and there are always snacks to share with the group. There will be different games and activities, along with different experiments, each week.
TCHE (Tricities Home Educators) is a Christian support group that offers virtual and in-person opportunities. We host “Moms Night Out,” tween game night, teen game night, kickball, soccer, chess, field trips, Bible studies, and more. All our activities are based on having volunteers to lead the events.
Cornerstone Community Group is a Christian homeschool co-op that meets weekly to provide supplemental and academic classes for students from elementary though high school ages.
This is a family-based, homeschool support group whose mission is to encourage, support, and equip homeschool families who strive to faithfully follow Christ through their daily homeschool journey using a biblical Christian worldview.
This is a Christ-honoring communications hub and information source whose mission is to encourage and equip Christian homeschool families in Hanover County as they seek to glorify God in discipling their children.
This is a Christ-centered Ministry that provides Support, Resources and Activities for the Homeschooling Family. Homeschool Family Connection is a support group built on the truths of the Word of God, and as parents, we strive to live in such a way that reflects Christ. They are sharing life and growing together as families, on this homeschooling journey.
Richmond Autism Integration Network
Since 2012, Richmond Autism Integration Network (RAIN) has been passionately serving children diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder or other related developmental disability. Teaching social skills and life skills in an engaging, fun way is our specialty! Working with parents, schools and other agencies has given us an opportunity to offer a variety of learning opportunities in both areas. Why not check out what programs we have to offer?
It is the purpose of Aretè Christian Homeschool Cooperative to provide middle and high school level classes to supplement the parent-directed education of home-schooled children. As we seek to glorify God through the instruction of God-centered classes, we will provide classes in a nurturing environment that encourages parental involvement, strives for academic excellence, and promotes the development of Godly character in students.
This is a group of families that homeschool. Our students range from preschool to high school. We have Mom/Parent meetings every other month, field trips monthly, and other social events. We also do service projects in the area.
This live co-op follows the Tapestry of Grace history curriculum. In our meetings we focus on history, geography, literature, fine arts with discussions, projects, speakers, field trips and more. This is a parent-inclusive co-op where we all pitch in and teach. Please contact the group with any questions.
Home-educating families desire to find connection, community, and resources. Connect Academy (SCCA) provides opportunities for connection and community for students through strong academic classes, exciting electives, and enrichment opportunities. They offer resources through the website, Renew Moms program, and a Facebook page. SCCA meets on Fridays from September through May.
This is a small group of Midlothian and Richmond area families dedicated to enriching the lives of children through Charlotte Mason-styled education. They hold a monthly mom’s night out for coffee and book study. They have several field trips and outings planned and hope to start a monthly group nature study and an art study. Many families use the Ambleside online curriculum, but all interested homeschool families are welcome.
The Nehemiah Academy is a K4-5 homeschool co-op. The Nehemiah Academy is not just a Christ-centered environment, but one that intentionally facilitates encounters with the Holy Spirit in the Kingdom Education classroom. The Nehemiah Academy is based upon the Kingdom Education model, which incorporates a coaching approach to learning that develops critical thinking skills while introducing the supernatural power of God’s Kingdom into the K-12 classroom. While we believe that academics are essential in the temporal world, our first priority is teaching children to love the Lord with all their heart, mind, and soul (Matthew 22:37), to know who they are in Christ (Galatians 2:20), and to discover their divine destiny in God’s Kingdom (Jeremiah 29:11). Academic days are Mondays and Thursdays, and Tuesday is enrichment day, where students can sign up for extra-curricular classes.
Welcome!! We are a group of homeschool families in the Western Hanover area. Our goal is to make connections with other homeschoolers in the area and support parents in their homeschool journey. Feel free to organize play dates, discuss curriculum, share tips, etc.
“For this very reason, make every effort to supplement your faith with goodness, goodness with knowledge, knowledge with self-control, self-control with endurance, endurance with godliness, godliness with brotherly affection, brotherly affection with love. For if these qualities are yours and are increasing, they will keep you from being useless or unfruitful in the knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ” (2 Peter 1:5–8 HCSB).
We are a community of parents aiming to provide cooperative and biblically grounded learning experiences through classroom environments. We aim to see every child grow in their faith and knowledge of Jesus Christ and His creation. We meet twice a month for formal classes and enjoy field trips throughout the month from September–April.
Central Virginia Homeschool Athletic Association
For two decades, CVHAA has been one of the foremost homeschool athletic organization in Virginia, offering boys and girls middle school and high school sports. They offer baseball, football, soccer, and volleyball in the fall; basketball in the winter; and baseball, softball and soccer in the spring.
Mary May Short
A small family inclusive co-op which welcomes both neurotypical and neurodivergent children and their families. They will be enjoying “Adventures in U.S. History” this year and all are welcome to this tiny group.
The James River Homeschool Foundation is a 100% volunteer-run non-profit Christian ministry, with the goal and purpose of supporting the home school community by offering programs and opportunities in the areas of academics, athletics, and performing arts. In academics, Cobblestones is a unique blend of traditional and non-traditional learning methods offered to enhance and enrich your homeschool journey. We want to be your homeschool helper no matter how you choose to “do school” – as long as your goals are to teach your children to love the Lord God with all their heart and soul and strength. In athletics, James River Eagles offers interscholastic, recreational, and developmental sports programs for the physical strengthening and training in discipline of home-schooled boys and girls in basketball, cross country, soccer, and volleyball. We also serve the community as Players With a Purpose and SPLASH, comprised of teams of players, families, and coaches serving children who are homeless or living in poverty with sports camps, snacks and gospel presentations.
This group is for Richmond families who homeschool or are interested in homeschooling and wish to bond with other families that do so.
This is a progressive and cultural homeschool cooperative with an emphasis on Africa and the African Diaspora in our studies. The 2019-2020 year will center the African Diaspora and indigenous peoples of the Carribean and of Central and South America.
Facebook group for homeschoolers in the Richmond area, to facilitate field trips.
Homeschool Resources Group
Homeschool Resources Group offers supplementary classes, tutoring and activities for homeschoolers, public schoolers, private schoolers, and adults. We are a STEM/STEAM Center with a focus on career and college development and advanced mastery, with a goal of preparing our students for a competitive and an informed future.
RRHE (Richmond Regional Home Educators) was founded in 1992 to bring together the homeschool communities in the Richmond area and its surrounding counties. As homeschoolers, they firmly believe that parents have the primary, God-given responsibility for educating their children. While it is not necessary to ascribe to a particular religious faith to be a member of RRHE, all members must recognize and respect that RRHE’s mission, perspective, and public gatherings will reflect a Christian worldview.
Spirit Athletics is a non-profit Christian organization that provides home-educated students with the opportunity to participate in organized interscholastic sports activities with other schools in the Richmond area. Our major objective is to further the advancement of youth through fair competition and interaction with varsity, junior varsity, and middle school sports activities.
This is a weekly co-op that meets on Friday mornings in the Short Pump area. Through combined efforts, they provide our kindergarten through second grade children an opportunity to play with others and learn through group activities, field trips and other outings. This group is inclusive to all homeschoolers of all walks of life!
Westminster Academy offers classes for students in grades 3 to 12 who are registered homeschoolers. It partners with Christian parents to disciple their students in Christ while teaching them core and elective subjects from a Biblical worldview.
Region 2 – Hampton Roads Homeschool Groups
Hampton Roads Homeschool Sports is a Christian sports league for homeschooled children serving all of Hampton Roads. Our League is dedicated to specializing in the instruction of homeschooled boys and girls ages three years to senior high school age. Players are given highly specific instruction in the fundamentals and strategies of baseball, softball and soccer by trained coaches to ensure the players’ success. We also provide a chess club during the winter where our chess club members learn different strategies and participate in tournament play. We also include a separate chess class designed for those who have never played.
The purpose of KEYS is to partner with parents of homeschooled students to define life in terms of a Christian worldview and take God’s love and mercy to others. The Bible is our measure and standard of truth. All classes are taught based upon this standard. While we do not require students to agree with this standard, we do expect them to operate within this framework while a part of KEYS. Participation in KEYS assumes that the student desires to be mentored in a Christian worldview and that the actions of each individual will reflect biblical guidelines. We desire to teach students to be Christians who affect the world around them. We encourage students to be lifelong learners as well as committed servant leaders, equipped to impact their world with God’s truth.
REX is a classical, volunteer homeschool co-op focusing on language arts, history, and Latin with an emphasis on critical thinking, analytical reasoning, and respectful debate using Socratic questioning that models a biblical worldview. Classes include Latin, literature, history, writing, and mock trial/policy debate.
Tidewater Baptist Church is blessed to include many little ones of all ages. Although there are children in all forms of education at Tidewater Baptist (including several Christian schools), there is a large group of families who have decided to homeschool their children. The homeschool group takes its name, Nurture, from the verse in Ephesians that reads, “And, ye fathers, provoke not your children to wrath: but bring them up in the nurture and admonition of the Lord.” Our group’s desire is for these young ones to grow up to have living, loving relationships with Jesus Christ.
This is a Christian co-op meeting in the Deep Creek area of Chesapeake. We offer PE, art, music, and STEM classes and are truly a co-op as each child has a parent who remains onsite and assists in the classroom. We have a field trip once a month, and we also participate in community service by cleaning a local park each month. We offer a high school resource room where students are able to receive extra help in math and language. We also provide yearly standardized testing, portfolio reviews, and alternative assessments. In addition to the basic co-op, we offer a more complete package where we provide online curriculum, instruction, scoring record keeping and report cards.
This Facebook group is for homeschoolers in the Western Branch, Churchland, Northern Suffolk, Portsmouth, and Northern Chesapeake areas of Hampton Roads. Anyone in the area is welcome to join, but most activities will probably be in this area. It is an all-inclusive group. It is a place of friendship and respect where we can discuss our adventures in the lifestyle of homeschooling. It will also list field trips, park days, sports, moms’ night out, and other activities. We are free to discuss many aspects of our lives here, and little is considered off-topic; we love to find and share a good deal.
Classical Christian community supporting homeschooling parents by helping them lead their children to know God and make Him known in a supportive community. Classes are for children ages four through high school.
This is group for general support and for sharing homeschool information, events, and resources.
Treasure Home Educators’ Association (THEA) is a non-denominational, non-profit Christian home school cooperative which strives to glorify God by providing a safe, supportive, encouraging, and enriching environment for homeschool families.
Online support group for parents of gifted homeschoolers in Hampton Roads.
Classical Christian community supporting homeschooling parents by helping them lead their children to know God and make Him known in a supportive community. Classes are for children ages four through high school.
HRBHE Face book is a social gathering network where members come together to support each other in our common goal of home educating our children. We encourage each other, share ideas, and attend area fieldtrips and social gatherings. We also ask questions, provide advice and share recipes. Connect with other families in your area and/or venture out to meet new homeschooling families and friends. On HRBHE Facebook, friends and socialization are just as close as your computer.
Welcome to CIRCLE (Children Involved in a Respectful Co-operative Learning Environment). The co-op is an all-inclusive, secular homeschool community and does not discriminate against anyone regarding religion, politics, race, gender, age, educational methods, or other differentiating factors. The group is open to families seeking a respectful co-operative learning environment and community. All ages are welcome, from infants through adults. If you are looking for a respectful learning group which supports learning in a family environment, check us out! You can find more information on how CIRCLE works on the policies and procedure page.
Our purpose is to create events and opportunities for homeschool students between the ages of 9 and 17 to get together.
This Facebook group is an online meeting place for residents of the Hampton Roads and surrounding areas to find camaraderie for themselves and their children through homeschooling. We provide educational and social support.
This is a local playgroup for all ages. They have weekly events for children, mom’s nights out, and group date nights. The group meets all over Hampton Roads and they love meeting new faces!
T.E.A.C.H. is a Christian Homeschool organization that has supported homeschooling families for more than 25 years. T.E.A.C.H. oversees Beach Breakers Sports and Beach Breakers Junior Athletics. T.E.A.C.H. also organizes, supervises, and manages a high school prom and graduation. Beach Breakers varsity coaches hold evaluations prior to the start of the season. Players are placed on teams that are appropriate for their ages and skill levels, and usually there are three levels: middle school, junior varsity, and varsity. Currently, fall sports include football, men’s soccer, men’s volleyball, and girls’ volleyball. Winter/spring sports include basketball, co-ed tennis, and girls’ soccer. Beach Breakers teams compete locally, regionally, and nationally. The T.E.A.C.H. board sets the fees for each sport, approves coaches and leaders for each team, and appoints an athletic director. Beach Breakers junior athletics is another athletic program T.E.A.C.H. oversees, which is primarily geared toward recreational sports teams such as soccer, flag football, and baseball for elementary-aged children. T.E.A.C.H. supports and welcomes all homeschooling families who are looking for interaction in a Christian community through sports, a formal prom, and a graduation ceremony.
This is a inclusive social group for homeschooling families with children of all ages and parents to meet, participate in unstructured activities, and have fun. Members are invited to organize activities of interest to their own families. Activities have included regular park days, play dates, beach days, physical education, nature walks, family picnics, trips to local attractions, and moms’ nights out. Most activities take place in Hampton and Newport News.
Langley Eustis Air Force Base
This group is for homeschool military families stationed at Joint Base Langley Eustis. This group is to be used for support, sharing of ideas, planning activities, and encouragement.
Moyock, North Carolina
LIGHT Christian Co-op is a small Christian co-op that meets in Moyock each Friday during the school year. Parents stay and help with classes, teaching and assisting where needed. It is not a drop-off type of co-op. We offer classes on the upper school (sixth grade and up), lower school (K-sixth grade), and will offer preschool class and nursery if there are enough children. All classes are taught in a Christ-centered manner.
Sage and Page
PAGE meets on Fridays, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at Deer Park Baptist Church, 826 J. Clyde Morris Boulevard, Newport News (next to Newport Square Shopping Center.)
SEEDS, a ministry of Menchville Baptist Church, is a nonprofit cooperative organization of homeschool families who gather together to share our talents for the benefit of our children. Together we provide a learning environment based on the foundations of Christian principles in order to supplement our own home schools for all ages.
This group meets the third Thursday of each month, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., at the JANAF Branch Library in Norfolk.
This is a Facebook support group for local Norfolk families to share things to do in and around Norfolk.
The JEBLCFS homeschool support group meetings are scheduled on the second and fourth Wednesday of the month, from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The second-Wednesday meeting is at JEB Little Creek Youth Center (Seascape Court, Building 3085) and the fourth-Wednesday meeting is at JEB For the Story Youth Center (Building 457, Vera Cruz Road). Our mission is to provide a safe, friendly, and supportive environment for military homeschool families.
This is a parent-led and parent-organized group that meets at base youth centers around Hampton Roads. This is not a drop-off program; parents and children must stay together. Because they meet at youth centers, a military ID card is required.
Smithfield / Carrolton
God’s Homeschool Warrior’s co-op supports parents and children in achieving excellence in education through an environment of Godly wisdom and talented partnerships. We partner with families from Suffolk, Chesapeake, Portsmouth, Smithfield, and Windsor, as well as Gates County, North Carolina.
RSA offers classes in the visual and performing arts, as well as some classes in STEM and other academic areas. Classes meet in the North Suffolk area (Thursdays for all ages, and Tuesdays for high school students). Students are welcome to join RSA throughout the program year.
Aletheia Academy exists to bring truth and light to every class.
This is a Charlotte Mason cooperative where parents co-teach with the director four mornings a week in Virginia Beach.
Apostolic Homeschool Academy provides an amazing blend of options for homeschool families who seek to educate their children in a truly Christian environment, using materials designed with a biblical worldview. Christian educators assist parents as they train their children in Christian principles, character, and service, while using an exciting and challenging curriculum offered via computer access for grades 3 through 12 and with consumable paper product for kindergarten through grade 2.
Atlantic Speech and Debate is Hampton Roads’ speech and debate club that trains up critical thinkers and effective communicators for the glory of God. During the school year we meet weekly at Regent University in Virginia Beach. Our regular club is for 12 through 18-year-old students and we offer a juniors club for younger siblings, ages 6 through 12, of those in regular club.
CMH co-op is a group of homeschooling families that co-operate together, meeting weekly for educational enrichment classes and attending many activities in the Hampton Roads area. Our classes are thought up, organized and planned by CMH parents each semester and are based on the interests of the children and parents. These classes are used by families to enrich and enhance the main educational subjects they are doing at home with their children. The opportunities for study are as individual and as unique and creative as the co-op families themselves, because they are the ones who decide what classes we will have each semester!
Home Educators Exchange
Services offered include classes, educational resources, consultations, and transcripts.
HSOBX is Hampton Roads’ premier secular, inclusive, academically-oriented homeschool co-operative. Established in 2007, HSOBX now serves around 150 children from nearly 90 families. Classes are offered in six age groups, and topics range from language arts and foreign languages, to math and lab-based sciences. All teachers have college degrees or are experienced in the subject matter they teach. HSOBX is known for passionate instruction and the strong bonds created between families while maintaining an inclusive home schooling community. We meet at Eastminster Presbyterian Church in Virginia Beach on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Operation Dandelion Homeschoolers is a group of homeschooling families that meets weekly for classes and attends educational and cultural activities in the Hampton Roads area. The name uses a nickname (Dandelion Children) given to many military children, and reflects the fact that many participating families are military families. Families work together to provide a positive, supportive, social, and educational environment for children and parents.
Tidewater Classical Academy
Tidewater Classical Academy is a ministry of Green Run Baptist Church. Our vision is to assist (but never replace) parents as they fulfill their commission to “bring up [their children] in the discipline and instruction of the Lord.” Ephesians 6:4 (ESV) Our desire is to add one grade a year, until we are a full classical Christian school, serving students in kindergarten through grade 12.
TradeWinds Institute offers a homeschool shop program for high schoolers ages 15 to 18 for the purpose of exposing them to the skilled trades.
All actively homeschooling families in Virginia Beach are invited to participate regardless of faith, nationality, age, size, or abilities. We are a peaceful parenting group at our foundation and we operate in a child-friendly and mutually respectful fashion. We plan and host informal gatherings, learning opportunities, and events for the children who live, play, and learn in Virginia Beach and surrounding areas. Our primary purpose is to connect local homeschooling families with each other for community building.
YMV today offers not only music group experiences of all types, including vocal, band, strings, and more–for all ages–but we also offer academic classes from middle through high school, as well as art for all ages. YMV meets at New Song Fellowship in Virginia Beach, near Regent University.
Williamsburg / Newport News
Classical Christian community supporting homeschooling parents by helping them lead their children to know God and make Him known in a supportive community. Classes for ages four through high school.
Classical Christian community supporting homeschooling parents by helping them lead their children to know God and make Him known in a supportive community. Classes for ages four through high school.
At Faithful Homeschoolers, our primary goal is to lead children in their walk with the Lord. We meet on Thursdays for fun field trips, crafting, and play dates at the park. We want to provide support for all homeschool families, while also having fun and learning together.
Homeschoolers for Christ
This is a group of Christian homeschoolers who meet weekly for fellowship and field trips. Our goal is to spend time together building relationships so that we can support one another in raising and educating Godly children according to Biblical principles. HFC is designed for families who desire a Christian homeschool support group that meets every week. If you would like the consistency of weekly field trips and fellowship for your family, HFC may be what you are looking for. However, if you do not have room in your schedule for another weekly activity, then HFC might not be the right support group for you. Limited to 20 families.
Region 3 – Middle Peninsula / Northern Neck Homeschool Groups
Fredericksburg Area Homeschooler’s Association
FAHA (Fredericksburg Area Homeschoolers’ Association) began as more than a homeschool support group. It started as an intentional community, secular, close-knit, and like-minded. In 2003, the founders were immersed in attachment parenting, respectful parenting, and natural living. That is still strong in many of us, and has continued to inform our lives as our children grow. New members have been attracted to some or all of these values and interests. Now FAHA has grown too large for everyone to know everyone else like in the early days, but as our name says, we are an association of interest-led groups. This website is a place for homeschooling families to connect with other homeschooling families in the vicinity of Fredericksburg for clubs, events, classes, projects, activities, field trips, park days and whatever else interests you and your children.
FAYM (Fredericksburg Area Young Musicians) is a musical group that provides music classes and ensembles to homeschooled students in the greater Fredericksburg area. Classes include: Band, Orchestra, Chorus, Music Theory, AP Music Theory, Elementary Music, General Music, Conducting, Music History, Beginning Piano, Beginning Guitar, and Recorder.
Spotsylvania Regional Christian Homeschoolers (SRCH)
Spotsylvania Regional Christian Homeschoolers (SRCH) is for Christ-centered homeschooling families living in or around Spotsylvania County, Virginia. Since 1997, SRCH has had an active core membership that has orchestrated social and educational activities for children and parents. Families benefit greatly from the fellowship and encouragement of one another. Our goal is to provide a familiar “family” of friends to walk with in this homeschool journey.
Our recent activities include parent meetings, nature days, a chess club, volleyball, park days, field trips, a science fair, an international day, a used curriculum sale, skating, and a gingerbread house party and other seasonal celebrations. All members are encouraged to plan activities and share their talents.
If you are new to homeschooling or new to the area, we would like to offer you a free and easy access point for information and fellowship with other local Christian homeschoolers.
Vine Christian Homeschool
The Vine Christian Homeschool Community is located in historic Fredericksurg, Virginia. VCHC is a 501(c)(3) Christ-centered classical community of learners and family members working cooperatively together to encourage, learn, and enjoy fellowship with one another through enriching academic experiences in a restful and supportive environment. VCHC is a proud member of Classical Academic Press Schole Groups Network. VCHC meets every Tuesday at Crossroads Baptist Church in the Lee’s Hill area of Fredericksburg. We offer a variety of academic enrichment classes, courses in the visual arts, and private music lessons (as the schedule permits). Our classes are offered in simple hourly blocks making it convenient for students to take one or several courses throughout the day. All of our parent partners are required to serve one hour each week to help our community run efficiently.
This group is for Homeschooling families in Gloucester and surrounding areas. We are mainly here to support one another and plan activities such as park days and field trips. We want to be sure to include those who have younger children who may have not started officially homeschooling. All who are homeschoolers or are considering homeschooling are welcome.
Homeschooling Together is a homeschool group in Gloucester that is open and welcome to all homeschool families in the area, including those in and around the middle peninsula. The Homeschooling Together Co-op is merely an extension of this group, offering exceptional classes for our homeschool students.
Classical Christian community supporting homeschooling parents by helping them lead their children to know God and make Him known in a supportive community. Classes for ages 4 through high school.
This is a Christian, high school football team made up of homeschooled and private schooled young men, ages 13 to 18 from the Virginia Peninsula and Southside Hampton Roads. The Generals are a Fellowship of Christian Athletes Team. FCA’s purpose is to combine people’s passion for sports with their passion for Christ and teach them that those two worlds don’t have to be separate.
HOPE2 (Hope Squared) is a Christian co-op that strives to be God-honoring in its classes and activities. As such, we have a dress code and a standard of behavior that is expected from our students. All classes are presented with a Christian worldview. We meet in King George, and most classes are held at Tabernacle Baptist Church.
This Facebook group for information, such as free events and discount codes, and to swap ideas, buy and sell supplies and curriculum, and maybe even plan play dates and/or field trips. This grou is open to all home-school families in the King George/Fredericksburg area.
CHEER is an Enrichment Co-op that meets Wednesdays from 1 to 4 p.m. for eight weeks in the spring and eight weeks in the fall. Classes are parent-led and low cost. CHEER includes fieldtrips and group activities as well. Meets at Craig Baptist Church in Spotsylvania.
A homeschool support group and educational co-op for families in Stafford and surrounding areas.
We exist to share our talents, gifts, education, and work backgrounds in order to provide support and encouragement for families who feel convicted by God to homeschool their children. CHHE meets on Mondays, September through May, from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. at Stafford Crossing Community Church. Classes are available for nursery through high school, but all classes are only available to families who have at least one school age child (age five by September 30) participating in classes. CHHE is a true co-op where every family has at least one parent actively participating. It is not a drop-off co-op, which keeps our costs down. Each hour, you would need to be leading or assisting a class, unless your child is attending all day, in which case you would get one hour off to join in a moms’ class or hang out in the floater lounge.
This is a non-religious homeschool co-op based in Tappahannock, VA, supporting families in the surrounding areas as well. The group is mostly compiled of preschool and elementary, but we are slowly growing to add older kids in the mix. Sessions offer 6 to 7 weeks of supplementary education, including ocean biology, human anatomy, story telling/writing, music theory, book club, and more. They have a private Facebook Group with events (such as play dates and field trips) that keep everyone updated on the happenings at school.
Region 4 – Northern Virginia Homeschool Groups
We are a Facebook group that enables local homeschooling families to connect both online and in person. We can offer support and recommendations, and there are often field trips and meetups.
Good Shepherd Catholic Homeschool Community (GSCHC) & Skye Chase Enrichment Cooperatives are ministries of Good Shepherd Catholic Church in Alexandria. Our homeschool community started in 1999 to support and encourage families who have chosen home education for their children. We have a thriving homeschool community that welcome families from a rich and diverse background.
The CBC Homeschool Support Group is for those families who are home educating their children. Children who participate in the morning enrichment classes must be six years of age, enrolled in a first-grade homeschool program, and be of sufficient character and motivation to participate in the program. Families without school-age children will not be admitted to the homeschool co-op. This reserves kindergarten, preschool, and nursery spaces for families who are home educating school-age children. The CBC Homeschool Support Group meets on Tuesday or Thursday. A family comes on only one of the co-op days. The co-op meets each week during the traditional school year beginning after Labor Day in September and ending about the third week of May. There are several days off during the year due to holidays. The program starts at 9:30 a.m. with morning devotions and concludes at 12:30 p.m. each Tuesday or Thursday. Afternoon academic classes and clubs are also offered.
McLean Homeschool Group
McLean Homeschool Group now utilize the talents of a professional teaching staff to provide support services to homeschooling families who are interested in educating their children in rigorous academic studies. Although participating families are not required to be Christians, we operate with the understanding that everything taught in our program is presented from a gospel-based, Christian perspective, and our teaching staff and administrative committee are all committed believers in Christ.
Assisi Bridge Co-op hopes to instill the joy of learning – bridging faith with learning and community together. We meet every Wednesday. We have an array of classes to choose from all day: 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Take the full day or pick and choose your classes! We are run by paid teachers, not parents. We participate in field trips and service projects on Fridays.
Guiding Arrows is a Christian, drop-off co-op for elementary and middle school that meets on Wednesdays in Ashburn, VA. You can choose an entire day of classes or select your favorites. Field trips, service projects, and social activities are offered for families throughout the year. Parent involvement includes committee support and volunteer hours, but classes are run by paid teachers.
After more than 20 years of helping homeschooling families, we look forward to helping yours! We offer classes for grades 7 through 12. Hearts is a 501(c)3, Christian, faith-based group which endeavors to walk with the Lord in all we do. Hearts was formed to support Virginia homeschooling families in Loudoun and western Fairfax counties. The group is comprised of approximately 70 homeschooling families with approximately 100 homeschooled students.
C.H.A.P.’s mission is to provide an educational, enriching, and nurturing environment where all students can come together to participate in group classes. C.H.A.P. was created to assist in providing supplementation, enrichment to the student’s education, and to encourage connections within the homeschooling community. Community Homeschool Academic Program (C.H.A.P.) is an educational and enrichment program for homeschooling families located in Fauquier, Stafford, Culpeper, Orange, and the surrounding counties.
Grace Homeschool Group is a Christian co-op offering classes in academics and electives. It is established to encourage and support homeschooling families through friendship, activities, and educational opportunities. Grace Group seeks to be as relevant and interesting to preschoolers as it is to high school students.
Secular and affordable, ala carte academic and enrichment classes for grades K-12 in Burke, VA. Classes include quarterly, semester, and full-year academic and elective classes for homeschool, public/private school, and after school students. Our classes run from September through May, on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays in a four quarter academic calendar. No statement of faith or volunteer requirements. Take as many or as few classes as you want, when you want. Our classes are held at Abiding Presence Lutheran Church, 6304 Lee Chapel Road, Burke VA.
CHAMPIONS for Christ is a co-op of parents and mentors who partner together to provide academic classes and elective opportunities for high school students in a Christian environment. They operate on a class-by-class basis, once a week, for 32 weeks. CHAMPIONS’ goal is to challenge students academically, draw them closer to God, and better prepare them to engage their culture with confidence.
CACHE is a 501c3 organization in Culpeper, dedicated to serving homeschoolers in the Piedmont region of Central Virginia. It provides support & encouragement to parents who are teaching their children at home and those considering home education by connecting you to resources, education, field trips, events, and other homeschooling families.
We are a hybrid high school coming to Culpeper, VA. We will meet on campus three days a week and the students will homeschool two days a week. School Mission: At KLCA, we equip young men and women to serve the Lord and glorify Him with their lives. Wherever they live—in the world, in the church, or in the home—we strive to prepare our students academically, spiritually, and socially. ● Academically—KLCA students are creative, critical thinkers with a rich knowledge of God’s world, a strong work ethic, and a deep love of learning. Spiritually—KLCA students are God-focused, prayerful, biblically grounded, and engaged in service to others. Socially—KLCA students are valued members of a Christ-centered community where they practice giving and receiving love, discipleship, and grace.
We are an inclusive group, of all religious, racial, economic and learning types. We focus on building community and inspiring self directed learning through teaching STEAM subjects. Class lessons are experiential and work to build collaboration, communication, creativity and critical thinking skills. Families can register for classes 1-3 days a week, with a sliding tuition scale based on parental involvement.
District of Columbia
Support group geared towards helping low income, single, or struggling families with home education, by providing resources to help you homeschool your children.
Sankofa is a D.C. metro area community for homeschooling families of the African Diaspora who want to grow, learn, and build together. We are dedicated to creating a rich, supportive homeschool village through a combination of social outlets, field trips, and the sharing of resources. We are religiously diverse and our members use a variety of homeschooling methods. Sankofa uses our Yahoo Group listserv as our online base of operation, but in most cases, the true power of Sankofa is found in person, in small groups, meeting in each other’s homes or sharing resources in a variety of areas. In addition to our online community, we operate a homeschool cooperative on Fridays in the Fall and Spring (we break for the winter). The Sankofa Homeschool Collective offers classes for ages 4-18.
Redeeming Grace Church of Fairfax Homeschool
The purpose of our homeschool co-op is to provide a supportive and encouraging community for homeschooling families as they pursue academic excellence for their children within a Christian worldview. This is a setting where parents can receive assistance from each other in their existing homeschool program.
The Fairfax Baptist Temple Lamplighters are a fellowship of homeschool families who seek to encourage and support each other in biblical discipleship of our families. We organize field trips, fellowship activities, parent support meetings, and service opportunities.
We are a private group of homeschooling families based at St. John the Evangelist Church (Warrenton, VA), a Roman Catholic parish of the Diocese of Arlington (VA). Under the spiritual direction of our pastor, our primary mission is to support each other’s vocation as principal and primary teachers of our children through prayer and works of mercy, as well as educational, spiritual, and social activities. As parents, we have primary responsibility for the spiritual, moral, and educational formation of our children. “The fruitfulness of conjugal love extends to the fruits of the moral, spiritual, and supernatural life that parents hand on to their children by education” (CCC 1653). “The home is the first school of Christian life and ‘a school for human enrichment.’ Here one learns endurance and the joy of work, fraternal love, generous—even repeated—forgiveness, and above all, divine worship in prayer and the offering of one’s life” (CCC 1657). We are mindful that we are part of the greater community of faith at St. John the Evangelist Church, and that, as members of the Mystical Body of Christ, we seek to cooperate with the Church “for the sake of its growth and life” (CCC 910). With this in mind, we strive to be faithful to the voice of our Head, Jesus Christ, through the teaching authority of His Church.
We are a military homeschool support group based in Fort Belvoir, VA. We are a diverse group of military families with children of all ages. We typically provide field trips, co-op courses, and a variety of clubs and activities. We are typically very active with over 100 families.
Gainesville Homeschool Connection
Gainesville Homeschool Connection (formerly LIFE) is a set of classes taught by qualified, local teachers at Gainesville Presbyterian Church to assist parents who oversee the education of their children. We have classes which cover the core subjects of your academic program and look forward to working with you as you educate your children.
Eden Hope Academy communities embolden your child to think independently. Each week, your child will create in art, invent in science, lead in Critical Thinking Skills class, and strum the ukulele. Our proven program guilds students through the process of identifying pertinent information, speaking in public without notes, and experiencing new concepts through art and science. Revolutionize YOUR homeschooling and join the Eden Hope community near you!
Six Friends School is a small homeschool co-op in Great Falls, Loudoun County. We are a group of families homeschooling under the certified tutor statute that has hired a licensed tutor to plan and deliver all content across the subjects o