Other Local Homeschool Groups
Listed in alphabetical order
All Saints Homeschooling Association (ASHA)
ASHA is a support group for Catholic home schooling families in the southeastern Indiana area. ASHA offers its members a forum for sharing information and ideas on curriculum and field trips, and the opportunity to get to know other families with similar interests. Each month during the school year members can attend a support group meeting and receive a newsletter packed with information. In the fall an all saint's party (a Christian alternative to celebrating Halloween) and a Square Dance is held for member families. In May we have a family picnic. Our membership is $15/yr. You need not be Catholic to be a member and no one will be turned away who cannot afford the membership.
Arrows From God
Arrows From God is a Christian support group with monthly meetings and activities in the Milan and Moores Hill area. The purpose of this group is to encourage and support Christian home schooling mothers, provide field trip and activity opportunities such as monthly gym days, a spring co-op, a winter Mom's retreat, and a Used Curriculum Sale. There is a monthly newsletter and meetings to help families stay connected. Click here for the Arrows website
Home Educators of Southeastern Indiana (North Vernon Area)
HESI is a Christian Homeschool Support group and co-op that organizes clubs, P.E./field days, field trips, classes, special programs and Mothers' monthly support meetings.
Switzerland County Christian Fellowship of Home Educators (SCCFHE)
SCCFHE is a Christian support group whose purpose is to fellowship with and help other homeschooling families in and around Switzerland County connect and support each other in our homeschooling endeavors. They offer Mom's nights, field trips throughout the year, winter monthly game nights, spring/fall park days, culture days, group class opportunities, and a monthly newsletter packed with information to keep you informed. At Christmas time, they have a fellowship dinner and entertainment by the children. At the end of the school year, they hold an Appreciation Day with school work displays, a pot-luck dinner, and an award/graduation ceremony.
Whitewater Inclusive Homeschool Network (WIHN)
An inclusive home schooling network whose purpose is to help home schooling families in Dearborn, Franklin, and Hamilton Counties and surrounding areas connect with and support each other in the task of educating our children at home. This network is not only open to families of any race, religion, and nationality, but actively seeks diversity among its members. This is not primarily a parent support group, but a means for families to find and cultivate relationships with others around common interests. This network will have particular appeal to families for whom finding others with whom to explore shared interests is integral to their approach to home schooling, although families of all approaches to home schooling are welcome.