Homeschooling is regulated at the state level, so connecting with local homeschoolers is an important step to start homeschooling in Arkansas. Find the Arkansas homeschool groups closest to you and get connected with your local homeschooling community, learn about the homeschool requirements in Arkansas, and discover the co-ops, classes, sports and arts opportunities, and social get-togethers in your area.
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Our listing of Arkansas state organizations and local homeschool groups is ordered alphabetically by city, with statewide organizations listed first. If you would like to submit a group, you may do so using the red button above.
Arkansas Homeschool Organizations (Statewide)
The Education AllianceArkansas Statewide
Promoting, protecting and strengthening education in Arkansas. The Education Alliance is a division of Family Council. Based in Little Rock, Family Council was established in 1989 in association with Focus on the Family and Dr. James Dobson. We believe parents have a God-given responsibility to ensure that their children are educated. Therefore, parents must be free to choose the type of education they believe is best for their child. Free Information Packet available.
Arkansas Local Homeschool Groups
The Education Alliance Local Support GroupsArkansas Statewide
Listing of Arkansas local support groups (can be sorted alphabetically, by city, or by zip code) at the Education Alliance website.
Social Homeschoolers Network of Northwest ArkansasBenton County
A group of homeschooling families in the Northwest Arkansas area that meet weekly for field trips & playdates!
Saline County Christian Home Education Association (SCCHEA)Benton/Bryant/Saline County
Saline County Christian Home Education Association (SCCHEA) is a homeschool group serving families in Saline county and the surrounding area. SCCHEA offers a basketball program for both boys and girls, a cheer program for girls, a co-op, field trips, and more. Co-op terms run for 7 weeks per session in the fall, winter, and spring.
Northwest Arkansas Christian Home Educators AssociationBentonville, Rogers, Springdale & Bella Vista
NWACHEA exists to provide information, encouragement, and support for parents who choose to educate their children at home.
Saline County Christian Home EducatorsBryant
The Saline County Christian Home Education Association, have come together for the purpose of Christ-centered community and encouragement to those who are committed to providing both religious and academic education to their children in the home environment.
Home Educated And Righteously Trained (H.E.A.R.T.)El Dorado and Union County areas
H.E.A.R.T. is a homeschool support group that serves El Dorado, Arkansas and the surrounding areas. Activites include a monthly Mom's Night Out, weekly swimming, and a monthly field trip.
Choice Education Network, IncFayetteville
This network works to connect homeschool families with local resources and businesses and creates workshops, clubs, classes and events to support the needs of Northwest Arkansas homeschool families. Classes and clubs are offered at affordable or free rates. Fundraising campaigns and local sponsorships help keep costs to a minimum. Current classes and clubs include: NWA Homeschool Choirs, STEAM Clubs, Archery Club, Active Kids! Club, Journalism & Broadcasting, and more! This organization does NOT require membership fees to participate, simply sign up for the classes/clubs your family wishes to join. EASY.
Believers Homeschool AssociationFort Smith and Sebastian county areas
Building Each Life In Everlasting Values Eternally Relying (upon our) Savior. The purpose of this association is to advance the interests of Christian home educators by all lawful means through providing support and assistance to members who are educating children at home, disseminating legislative and other information affecting the rights of parents to direct the education and upbringing of their children, participating in sponsorship of conventions and educational seminars for teaching parents, and public relation activities with state and federal officials.
FAITH Homeschool GroupGreenwood
FAITH is an association of Christian families dedicated to the belief that the ultimate responsibility for the education of children belongs to their parents. Founded in 1991, FAITH continues to provide encouragement, support, and assistance to new and existing homeschoolers.
H.E.A.R.T. Homeschool GroupHampton
HEART is a homeschool support group. We are a community of homeschoolers who help one another in our homeschool journey. We provide general homeschool information, group educational activities, and group social activities. HEART’s number one function is to provide community/support for homeschoolers. We accomplish this mainly through chatter on our facebook page, Mom’s Nights Out, weekly activities, and field trips.
Christian Homeschool Athletics of Saline CountyHensley
We are the Christian Homeschool Athletics of Saline County Inc. We, the Christian Homeschool Athletics of Saline County Inc., have come together for the purpose of Christ-centered community and encouragement to those who are committed to providing both religious and academic education to their children in the home environment.
Jacksonville Christian HomeschoolersJacksonville
Jacksonville Christian Homeschoolers is a homeschool group for Christian families in Jacksonville, AR. The group meets weekly at various locations throughout the city to take part in hands on learning, field trips, and service opportunities. Most events are free to attend. Fees are associated with some activities or outings. There is no fee associated with joining the group. As a Christian group, families are expected to abide by Biblical commandments. The group intertwines Bible with education. Each meeting starts and ends with prayer.
Northeast Arkansas Christian Home EducatorsJonesboro
CHE is comprised of approximately 140 families across Northeast Arkansas that have come together to support and encourage one another as we seek to educate our children at home from a distinctly Christian perspective. We do so in part by providing student activities, corporate educational opportunities and forums designed to encourage those facing the practical challenges of home education. Additionally, we seek to raise awareness of legal and political issues affecting home educators. Our hope is that as iron sharpens iron, we will sharpen one another for the task of raising and educating our children to live for the glory of God.
Home Educators of Greater Little RockLittle Rock
The largest local homeschool group in Little Rock, Arkansas, Home Ed offers support information and connection opportunities with other homeschool parents. Activities and small groups based on interest and available leadership. Over 350 events or activities annually - of a wide variety and covering all grades. These include frequent Parent Support Meetings, Roller Skating, group attendance at the Children's Theatre, Field Trips, Homecoming, Junior-Senior Banquet, Graduation, and other activities. There is also an enrichment academy in Little Rock. An Athletic Association providing baseball, boys and girls basketball, girls volleyball, etc.
ETCNWA ~ Eclectic Teaching Consortium of Northwest ArkansasLowell
ETCNWA functions as a support system for Christian home educators who strive to implement non-traditional teaching methods.
Northeast Arkansas Christian Home Educators (CHE)Northeast Arkansas
Exists to support and encourage families who have chosen to educate their children at home from a distinctly Christian perspective by providing student activities, corporate educational opportunities and forums designed to encourage those facing the practical challenges of home education.
Christian Home Educators of Siloam SpringsSiloam Springs
CHESS is a local support group of home educators whose purpose is to encourage parents in their home education decision and to provide academic, cooperative, and fellowship opportunities for children.
CHESS Christian Home Educators of Siloam SpringsSiloam Springs
CHESS is a parent-led, support group of home educators whose purpose is to encourage parents in their home education decision and to provide academic, cooperative, and fellowship opportunities for children. Current CHESS members have the opportunity to participate in any CHESS sponsored event, group discounts, and sources of help and information for homeschooling.
TEACH - Texarkana Educators Association of Christian HomeschoolersTexarkana
A Christian homeschooling family organization that offers field trips, parties, choir, and various other activities, as well as enjoying numerous other benefits.
Texarkana Organization for Resolute Christian HomeschoolersTexarkana
TORCH is a local homeschool support group, serving Texarkana, AR/TX and the surrounding area. Organized and operated by parent volunteers, our mission is to support and encourage those pursuing the choice of homeschooling for the education of their children, and to represent the homeschool community in a manner that gives glory to Jesus Christ.
Cabot Area Home EducationWard
A christian support and activity group for homeschool families in and around Cabot, AR. We have activities, fellowship, group meetings, teen nights, ladies night out, and field trips throughout the school year.
Legacy Christian Homeschool GroupYellville/North Central Arkansas
Legacy Christian Homeschool Group exists to empower and encourage homeschool families through faith, unity, and community. God has called us to reach as many families in North Central Arkansas as possible with the goal of offering a quality group setting to support and help them homeschool through high school. Legacy Christian is a parent-led group of like-minded homeschool families that meets weekly with the idea that by coming together, we are able to encourage each other in friendship, accountability, and support. Because each parent has a role in the community, the work and successes of the group are shared by all, with the kids benefiting the most by the parents' example. All families all use the same cycle of My Father's World Curriculum and meet in our morning session to reinforce through activities, science projects, art, etc. what we have learned at home. Our afternoon sessions are extracurricular classes led by different parents in our group and change yearly. We are centrally located at Church on the Rock in Yellville, Arkansas to better serve families in Marion as well as surrounding counties.