Homeschooling in Hawaii:

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by Mary Ann Kelley

Hawaii Homeschool Organizations

Hawaii Homeschool Association

HHA, is an inclusive support group of homeschooling families for Oahu (for Maui see "Resources"). We are a diverse group of families with different backgrounds and many different approaches to homeschooling. The Hawai'i Homeschool Association is organized to enable its members to share homeschooling ideas and experiences and to disseminate information relevant to homeschoolers on Oahu. HHA itself does not organize or sponsor any classes, events, field trips, etc., but HHA members are encouraged to organize such activities and share them with other members of the group through the HHA website and bulletin board in order to provide educational opportunities for our children and opportunities for members to share their homeschooling experiences, participate in group activities, and socialize with one another. All homeschoolers and prospective homeschoolers are welcome at our Park Days

Christian Homeschoolers of Hawaii (CHOH)

Aloha!! These are exciting times to be a homeschooler, whether you are a veteran or just starting out. As you may have noticed by our name we are a forthrightly Christian organization. Each of our Board members subscribes to the Christian statement of faith. "Hihi Punawelewele" means "spider web" in Hawaiian. This is our little "web" of information, news, and resources for homeschoolers in the islands.

Hawaii Homeschool Support Groups

Big Island Homeschoolers Hawaii

For homeschoolers on the Big Island of Hawaii to have a place to meet, share ideas,ask questions, offer support, make friends, plan field trips or get-togethers. Help us create a network of support for each other and for others who may be considering homeschool as an option for their family. Feel free to post notices about events,homeschool friendly businesses, great places to go on the Big Island, great web sites you have found and whatever else might be pertinent to other homeschooling families.Big Island

Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Homeschoolers of Hawaii Honolulu

We are a group of Catholic families joined together to promote and support Catholic homeschooling. Our goal is to be good Catholic examples to our children and the community and to teach our children to know, love, and serve God and His Holy Church.

Maui Homeschooling Community information Maui

The printed pack can be borrowed from the State's Public Library. Use the search term "homeschool resources" and the pack will come up as the first set of items, titled "Homeschool and Alternative Education Reference Pack" - the author is listed as HAPPY.

Teen Homeschool Events Club (THE Club) Oahu

We are a group of homeschooled teens and their families based on Oahu, Hawaii for the sole purpose of joining in excursions, field trips, and activities together. Teens must be 12 or older and in some form of home-based education (on-line, unschooled, classical home schooled, eclectic, or other). The families of these teens are welcome to join in the activities, which are geared for teenagers, however parents must decide whether it is appropriate for younger siblings. Events range from guided field trips, to independent excursions such as hikes and camping, to an occasional teen night. Activities are informally organized by members, usually during the middle of the day (though the day of the week will vary depending on the event and the director).

Hawaii Homeschool Statewide

This is a mailing list for people who home schooling or are thinking of homeschooling in Hawaii. Kids and Parents alike! Here you can exchange ideas! support each other! give links for school stuff! just talk including, scripture, God, church, parents, kids, home cleaning, lessons and curriculum, on-line courses, and web sites.

MHEN Statewide

Christian Homeschool list primarily focused on the military homeschooling family. We would like you to share your homeschooling experience.

Catholic Homeschooling in Hawaii Statewide

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