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Homeschooling is regulated at the state level, so connecting with local homeschoolers is an important step to start homeschooling in Maine. State homeschool organizations and local homeschool groups are not just a good place to learn the specifics of legally homeschooling in Maine—they can also help you to get connected with the local homeschooling community. Many homeschool groups offer co-ops, classes, sports and arts opportunities, and social get-togethers.
Our listing of Maine 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.
Maine Homeschool Organizations (Statewide)
Homeschoolers of Maine (HOME)Maine Statewide
HOME was established in 1990 as a ministry to support Maine families in their God-given and constitutional right and responsibility to oversee the education of their children. Success is our hope a... [Read more...]
Maine Local Homeschool Groups
The central theme of 4-H education is "learn by doing." PVHA4-H is committed to assisting youth, and those adults working with them, in acquiring the knowledge, life skills, and attitudes that will... [Read more...]
CARE of ME (Collective for Autodidactic and Revolutionary Education of Maine) is a collective of unschooling and relaxed homeschooling families who are committed to respecting autonomy in ourselves... [Read more...]