What is BACH?
BACH stands for Bay Area Catholic Homeschoolers. We are a support group for Catholic homeschooling families in the Bay Area. We are not a co-op which means that we do not offer classes.
What area does BACH cover?
We have families from Pearland, Pasadena, Alvin, Santa Fe, Seabrook, Friendswood, League City, Webster, Nassau Bay, Clear Lake, and the Sagemont Area.
Any family is welcome to join BACH regardless of where you live; however, most of our activities are in and around Friendswood, given its central location.
What does BACH do?
BACH offers support to families who are homeschooling. There are numerous activities that occur during the year. For example:
Mom’s Night Out occurs monthly – a time for Moms to get together for fun and fellowship
All Saint’s Day Party each November
Family prayer partners during Advent
Epiphany Party each January for parents
St. Valentine's Day Party
Monthly activities for Teens and Tweens – game nights, roller skating, bonfires, etc.
Numerous field trips to a variety of places: museums, farms, exhibits, the zoo, Galveston, etc.
Service projects throughout the year
If you are looking for a way to meet other families, and find out more about homeschooling, BACH is a great opportunity for you. There are many different families in BACH, who follow many different styles of homeschooling (Classical, Charlotte Mason, Unschooling, etc). Each family does what is best for them, and we provide a community of support for all involved.
Please explore the FAQ's link at the left for more information.