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by Mary Ann Kelley

Washington, D.C. Homeschool Organizations & Support Groups

Washington, D.C. Homeschool Organizations

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Washington, D.C. Homeschool Support Groups

Andrews Home Educators Andrews Air Force Base

Members of this yahoo group gain access to the current roster, contact information for AHE board members, the updated calendar of events, the list of activity coordinators, our home business/skill list, the AHE Swap Shop, the AHE Library inventory, the group email chain for reminders and updates, and a host of other things.

DC Community Learning Network DC

An inclusive online resource for families choosing an alternative educational path for their school-age children.

DC Area Preschool Homeschoolers Washington

D.C. Area Preschool Homeschoolers (DCAPH, or "decaf") offers community and support for homeschooling parents of children ages birth to six who are willing to commute to activities inside and slightly outside the Beltway. We hold twice weekly playgroups and sponsor field trips to museums, as well as other activities. While some members live farther afield, most activities and playgroups are held in Washington, DC and suburbs inside the beltway.

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