Washington Homeschool Organizations
The Washington Homeschool Organization (WHO) is a statewide, non-profit membership organization. Its mission is to serve the diverse interests of home-based education in Washington State. WHO is nonpartisan, nonsectarian, and nondiscriminating in its views of homeschooling and participation in its activities
An organization committed to serving the needs of Christian homeschoolers in Washington State, equipping you to "train up your children in the way they should go,"and inspiring you to pass on a Godly Heritage to future generations.
Washington Homeschool Support Groups
Clark County Home Educators Clark County
CCHE membership is open to all interested persons in sympathy with the purpose of CCHE. It includes parents, grandparents, teachers, etc. and is not limited to those with school age children. As an organization, CCHE will be consistently and forthrightly Christian in all of its activities and publications, although members are not required to agree to the Statement of Faith. Members are admitted upon the receipt of a written application form and approval by the Board of Directors, or a committee appointed by the board. Membership units include the parents and children of the same family.
Clark County Homeschoolers Clark County
Clark County Homeschoolers is an e-mail list to encourage networking and support for Homeschooling families in the Clark County, Washington area. All religions and spiritual paths are welcome. All homeschooling educational styles are welcome.
SW-WA-Homeschoolers Cowlitz, Clark, Thurston, and Lewis Counties
This group is for homeschoolers in Southwest Washington State. It is for all homeschooling families wanting to stay connected to events happening in our area. It is also for sharing ideas & support in homeschooling.SW-WA-Homeschoolers is not religiously affiliated, or affiliated with any particular organization or group. The goal of this group is to be all-inclusive. SWWAH is welcome to all homeschooling families.
REACH East East King County
A Christian Support group meeting the 2nd Monday of the Month September - May with speakers, library, special events and field trips. We aim to provide encouragement, networking and support for the greater Eastside of Seattle
Eclectic Kitsap Homeschoolers' Organization Kitsap County
E.K.H.O is an inclusive group providing homeschool support and encouragement to a diverse, eclectic group of families seeking to educate their children at home.
hik4info Kitsap County
A list for homeschool related announcements only for Kitsap County.
KitCat Homeschoolers Kitsap County
Kitsap County's Catholic Homeschooling connection. Includes meeting information, local resources and current events.
Lewis-Thurston HSers Lewis and Thurston counties
This list is for homeschooling families from different walks of life who choose to educate their children in the nurturing environment of the home. Let's share information about support groups, cooperative groups, field trips, curriculum sales, and other special events in our local area. Feel free to discuss curriculum, and share links to educational sites, freebies or other family oriented sites.
The Local Homeschool Home Page Longview, Kelso, Castle Rock, Kalama, Woodland, LaCenter, Vancouver, Yacolt, Amboy
Southwest Washington Area
First Class Christian Homeschool Co-op Mount Vernon
We are a group of homeschooling families in the Skagit Valley of northwest Washington who have gathered together to support one another. Our major activity is Friday School--an 10-week session each fall and spring. However, we have many other avenues for support and fellowship
Home Oriented Meaningful Education North King and South Snohomish counties
H.O.M.E. is a Christian support group in the North King and South Snohomish county area of Washington State. While the activities and publications of this group are inherently Christian in nature, everyone, regardless of belief or creed, is welcome to attend parent meetings and apply for membership. H.O.M.E. is a Washington State nonprofit corporation.
Homeschoolers on Whidbey North Whidbey Island (Whidbey and Fidalgo Islands)
Homeschoolers on Whidbey is a non-profit support group dedicated to serving all homeschoolers on North Whidbey Island. Membership includes a monthly newsletter, field trips, HOW classes, special events, and use of the HOW Lending Library. In addition, support group meetings covering topics of interest to homeschoolers are held the second Monday of the month.
Olympic Peninsula Homeschool Information Olympic Peninsula: Sequim, Port Angeles, and all of Clallam County.
OPHI is a group geared toward homeschoolers on the Olympic Peninsula of Washington. This is the place to list events & activities, buy & sell homeschool materials, meet other local homeschoolers, and share information. This list is open to all regardless of method of homeschooling or motivation to home educate...school at home, unschoolers, eclectic, alt ed program users, etc! etc!
Homeschool Meetup of Pierce and Thurston County Pierce/Thurston County
We are a group of families, mostly all represented by mothers but we do not discriminate, dads are educators too! We support all types of homeschoolers in this area no matter what your chosen path, your faith, your curricula, your needs, we support it all.
Peninsula Homeschool Exchange Net Port Townsend
Peninsula Homeschool Exchange (PHE) is an inclusive homeschooling network based in Port Townsend, Washington. The purpose of the PHEnet mailing list is to share information pertinent to homeschoolers on the Olympic Peninsula.
Homeschool Advocacy Project Seattle
The Homeschool Advocacy Project at UW is a registered student organization at University of Washington in Seattle. it acts as a support group for homeschool students who go on to attend the University of Washington's main Seattle campus.
Responsible Education Acheived in the Christian Home Seattle's Eastside communities: Bellevue, Issaquah, Redmond, Kirkland, and Renton.
REACH East is a nondenominational Christian home-school support group. Each month during the traditional school year, parent support meetings are hosted. Special speakers, forums and other informational topics are planned.
Children have the option of participating in a number of classes and sports with other members of this non-denominational group.
Trestle Homeschool Association Snohomish County
THA is one of the oldest homeschool support groups in the Everett, Washington area and its surrounding communities.
Valley Home Scholars Spokane
Home School Support Group
Spokane Homeschoolers Spokane
SHS is a diverse group of homeschooling families in the Inland Empire. We include and celebrate families across the spectrum of homeschooling styles and philosophies, and have no official political, philosophical, or religious orientation. SHS exists both as an active online resource and an IRL alternative to other local homeschool groups as a place for hsers to play, learn, and relax with each other in a context where homeschooling, not religion, is the primary common denominator.
ACTS Home School co-op Sumner
ACTS is a non-profit ministry of Calvary Community Church run solely by volunteers. ACTS goal is to offer families an assortment of enrichment classes and social activities to supplement their homeschool experience. We have 3 trimesters of enrichment classes consisting of 8 weeks each. Parties, Field trips and Mission projects are scheduled throughout the year as well as once-a-month Mom's Night Out. There is also a youth group that meets regularly in and out of organized co-op days.
The purpose of the HECMC is to create a cooperative and supportive community of homeschooling families without regard to educational, political or religious philosophy.
Tri-Cities Homeschool Support Group Tri-Cities
This is a Christian homeschool support group focused on providing information, support and fellowship to local families in their homeschooling journey. TCHSG supports "homeschoolers" as defined under The Home-Based Instruction Law Chapter 28A.225 RCW.
Whatcom Homeschool Whatcom County
Homeschooling families exchanging ideas, considering questions, sharing resources and staying informed.
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