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Chapter Welcome


Welcome to the Northern Onondaga Chapter of New York State Loving Education at Home (LEAH)


NYS LEAH is a state-wide network of support groups, serving home school families from around the state. We are a non-denominational Christian organization, promoting  home education as the Scriptural design for education. We believe every family has the God-given legal right to home educate in NYS, regardless of their educational philosophy or religious affiliation. LEAH is not a church, nor is it meant to replace the ministry of the local church to the homeschool family.

Northern Onondaga LEAH is comprised of more than 70 families who choose to educate their children at home. We offer:

Monthly support group meetings

Guest Speakers

Homeschool Co-op

An annual History fair

Discounted membership in HSLDA

High School Prom

...and more!

Just thinking about homeschooling? New to homeschooling? Visit the "Links" and "FAQ" pages for more information on homeschooling in New York.

Chapter Registration

The Northern Onondaga LEAH Chapter Member Application is available on this website!

*Resgistration is now open.

If you would like to join the Northern Onondaga LEAH you can click on "Join" at the top of the page. You will fill out the form to request membership to the website and then fill out the Chapter Membership Application linked at the bottom of the page. Chapter membership is required. The address of where to mail your dues check is at the end of the application. Please copy it down before sending application.

 You can NOT join this website unless you are a member of the Northern Onondaga LEAH Chapter.


General Information

Homeschool Art Show at the Liverpool Public Library

The Liverpool Public Library will be featuring homeschool student art during the month of February 2018. The artwork of local homeschoolers will be on display in the library for the month of February with a title of "Young artists of CNY: Mixed media art by local homeschoolers." Those putting the display together will be accepting submissions from local homeschool students in grades six through twelve.

Artwork may be submitted to one of the following locations beginning January 8th:

  • MONDAYS at The Redeeming Mondays Co-op at Redeemer Covenant Church at 7565 Morgan Rd, Liverpool, NY 13090 before 2:30PM
  • FRIDAYS at the Home Learners Association of CNY at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church at 210 Hazel St, Liverpool, NY 13088 before 2:00 PM

Submissions must be in by January 25

Artwork submissions can include drawings (various mediums), paintings and photographs. Size is limited to 24" x 36" maximum. Each piece must be framed with a wire to hang the piece.

The following information must be included with submission:

  • • name of student:
  • • age (6th 12th grades only):
  • • phone number:
  • • email address:

Only the first name and age of each student will be shown with the piece to the public. Pieces to be exhibited will be chosen from the pool of submissions. A submission is not guaranteed a spot in the show. Decisions on submissions will be determined by quality of work and number of submissions received.

There will be an artist reception in the Carman Room at Liverpool Public Library, Saturday, February 17th 12:30 -2:00 PM.

If you have any questions, please contact Christine at ccplus1@hotmail.com or Hannah at hlacny@gmail.com

* It is the responsibility of the student/parent to pick up the student's artwork, whether the piece is part of the art show or not, at the reception. If that time/day does not work, arrangements will have to be made by the student/parent.


Baldwinsville Christian Academy

Homeschool Cooperative Program

It is the desire of BCA to assist parents in their God-given responsibility to educate their children, whether they choose a traditional school environment or homeschooling. BCA’s Homeschool Cooperative is for students whose families are committed to homeschooling as an educational choice and desire outside courses to supplement their homeschool curriculum. Homeschool parents who participate in this program are responsible for reporting BCA courses and grades to their school districts. Parents will have access to their child’s grades and homework completion records online through RenWeb for grades 4-12.


Elementary Grades K-6
Homeschool Cooperative students can choose from special studio art, music and physical education classes. Other classes can be determined on a per case basis, please call the office to schedule an appointment.


Middle School and High School Grades 7-12
We offer our junior and senior high school classes to homeschool students as space allows. Cooperative students may take up to two academic classes per semester, plus up to two electives if desired. 


Extra-Curricular Programs
Students are also welcome to attend and participate in numerous school activities, assemblies, fundraisers, cafeteria lunch hour, and much more throughout the year. Homeschool Cooperative students grades 6-12 may join our soccer, basketball, and/or volleyball teams.




For more information, you can also contact:
 Baldwinsville Christian Academy
Tonya L S Cooper, Marketing and Development
Telephone: 315-638-1069

Contact Information

For more information on Northern Onondaga LEAH, please contact us at noleah@outlook.com.