Homeschooling in New Hampshire:

Submit a Local Resource

Co-ops and Academic Enrichment Classes

by Mary Ann Kelley

New Hampshire Homeschooling Co-ops

Rockingham Alliance of Christian HomeschoolersDerry

Homeschool co-op

Lighthouse Homeschool Co-opLoudon

Strafford Homeschool Cooperative Strafford

The Strafford Homeschool Cooperative meets weekly in Strafford, New Hampshire during the traditional school year for academic classes and enrichment opportunities. We are a secular group that is open to all who want to actively contribute to the coop through teaching, organizing, or general helping. We are homeschool families learning together!

New Hampshire Homeschooling Classes & Academic Enrichment

James House Farm Educational ProgramHampton

The James House Historical Association of Hampton NH offers a free educational program aligned with NH state curriculum standards for middle and high school level students. Learn all about the history and importance of salt marsh farming on the seacoast! The James House Farm is registered as a national historic landmark and its board members offer a variety of learning experiences for both individuals and small groups. Visits to the farm, online studies and meetings with James House board members are features of the program.

Palace Theatre Matinee PerfomrancesManchester

The Palace Theatre in Manchester, NH presents school show matinees for select productions at 10:00 am and welcomes homeschooler. Check website for schedule dates and shows.

Challenge Your ChildSeacoast

Tutoring in NH Seacoast Area - Challenge Your Child is a group of experienced educators who offer evaluation and tutoring services in all subject areas, provide study skills, and test preparation. Tutors with special education certifications are available as well. Programs are based on your child's strengths and weaknesses. Tutors available for all age levels. Contact Carole Hartley, BA, MA at 603-502-6582.

New Hampshire Classical ConversationsStatewide

CC is a national homeschooling program that uses a Bible based curriculum taught in a christian, classical tradition. Classes are geared for age 4 through high school.

TheHomeSchoolMom lists local resources, including but not limited to classes, events, legal information, and support resources, to help homeschoolers find local support and resources. Although we believe that the information provided is reliable, we are not responsible for its accuracy or suitability for any purpose.

Suggestions and advice on TheHomeSchoolMom.com are for general information purposes only and should never be considered as specific to your individual situation, nor are they a diagnosis or treatment advice for any kind of medical, developmental, or psychological condition. TheHomeSchoolMom may be compensated for any of the links in this post through sponsorships, paid ads, free or discounted products, or affiliate links. Full terms of use and disclosure