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by Mary Ann Kelley

Mississippi Homeschool Organizations

Mississippi Home Educators Association (MHEA)

A Christian ministry dedicated to assisting - according to Biblical principles - those families who are committed to the education of their children at home. It is also our desire to strengthen the local support groups and their leadership, thus making them effective in their ministry to the home educators of Mississippi. We hope to provide the information and resources you need to assess the educational needs of your family or in continuing to pursue home education.

Mississippi Homeschool Support Groups

Olive Branch Christian Home Educators (OBCHE) Desoto County and surrounding areas

Olive Branch Christian Home Educators (OBCHE) exists to inform, encourage, and aid Christian homeschooling families in Olive Branch and the surrounding areas as they seek God's will in training and educating their children.

Three Rivers Christian Homeschoolers George, Greene, and Jackson Counties.

A local support group that focuses on helping those interested in homeschooling to know where to go to get information, and then, it provides its members with educational and fun activities in the form of fellowship get-to-gethers and field trips, throughout the school year. We do have guidelines and a statement of faith requiring the parent's signatures that need to be adheared to for membership acceptance. We are, also, affiliated with the State MHEA (Mississippi Home Educators Association).

Parent Educators and Kids of Mississippi! (PEAK) in the Golden Triangle Golden Triangle

An inclusive, non-affiliated, member-led group for homeschooling families. Everyone is welcome, regardless of religious belief, homeschooling methodology, lifestyle choice or political affiliation. Non-affiliated means the group does not engage in forwarding a specific religious, educational or political agenda. By "member-led", we mean you hold the reigns.

Christian Home Educators of Hattiesburg (C.H.E.H.) Hattiesburg

Information about the CHEH support group and all of its activities. It is our hope that our web page will also help families who are considering home-education by providing answers to common questions as well as support

CHEC -Christian Home Educators Connection Hinds, Madison, Rankin Counties

The purpose of CHEC is to support and encourage home educators by providing information and opportunities for fellowship both educational and social. Although CHEC is a Christian organization with Christian leadership, membership is open to all those wishing to home school their children.Support Group

OBLIQUEducators Olive Branch/Memphis

A community of homeschoolers whose goal is to develop relationships through homeschooling, but more importantly, deepening friendships that go beyond homeschooling. We are more than just homeschoolers and the purpose of this group is to be a support in all areas. The name OBLIQUEducators means: Olive Branch Learning, Interactive, Quality, Unique Educators. \"Oblique\" also refers to a change or slant from the regular course. Homeschooling is a different type of educational choice from traditional \"school\". We believe that education at home is not limited to certain times, places, or activities, but is a complete lifestyle. One way we endeavor to meet the needs of homeschoolers is through a wide variety of activities. These include skating days, IMAX Theatre shows, Mom\'s Night Out, Lichterman Nature Center hikes, Zoo Classes, Kid\'s Craft nights, Mom\'s Book Discussion, and a variety of field trips offered in and around the surrounding area.

From MHEA Statewide

Local Support groups listed by county

From Home Education Magazine Statewide

Local support groups listing

Vicksburg Christian Home Educators Vicksburg and surrounding areas

VCHE shares information with new home schooling families, provides fellowship, encouragement, and support; and plans educational field trips, family socials, and group activities for our children. An affiliate of the Mississippi Home Educators Association.

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