Welcome to Heritage Homeschoolers!
New member registration for the 2019-2020 school year is currently OPEN. We invite you to apply for membership in Heritage Homeschoolers of Cobb County on January 1, 2020 until January 31, 2020.
We are an inclusive support group for black homeschool families in Cobb County, Georgia. We strive to create a sense of community, belonging, and relationship for black homeschooled children, their parents/caretakers, and other homeschool families who share this vision.
Our group meets regularly for enrichment activities, service projects, field trips, park days, indoor activities, play dates, family events, educational “road trips,” and Mom's Nights Out. The group is member-led, so activities are determined based on the needs and desires of the group with each family having opportunities to plan events.
We serve homeschool families with children in K through 12th grade. Some events do have a minimum age requirement to ensure that our families with older students are well-supported. Member families MUST have at least one school-age homeschooled child. If your oldest homeschooled child is not school-age, please wait and apply later.
While Cobb County is our home base for meetings and most events, we do have activities throughout the county and explore all of Greater Atlanta and beyond on our field trips. Cobb County residency is not a requirement for membership.
Member families are required to help with or plan at least one event per year OR pay a $20 activity fee up front, and the choice has to be made at the time of registration.
PLEASE NOTE: Upon joining, you will set up a password allowing you to view the members-only calendar on this website with all of the exciting events we've planned for this school year (along with the group directory, email forum, classifieds, and FAQs).
Have questions or looking for details on homeschooling in Georgia? Please visit our page on How to Homeschool.
If you have questions about Heritage Homeschoolers, please feel free to Contact Us for more information.