Welcome To HSA
This is the place to be if you are a homeschooling parent or family in the Seattle or Puget Sound region in Washington State (We serve all of WA state). We are the official Homeschoolers' Support Association that has been in operation since 1985. We are similar to a P.T.A. but for homeschooling families. This member based association is open to all styles of homeschooling and we are a 100% volunteer led organization.
HSA is a local non-profit organization dedicated to supporting homeschool families of all homeschooling methods. Our goal is to provide parents support by organizing opportunities, education and activities for families who are currently homeschooling or interested in beginning homeschooling.
We have monthly meetings and/or activities, such as: Mom’s Night Out, Park Days, field trips, talent shows, speakers, and much more. We also host larger social enrichment events, such as the Scripps National Spelling Bee. All members are welcomed to attend our board meetings.
If you are new to homeschooling, please download our New Homeschooler Welcome Packet.
Homeschoolers' Support Association -- History in the Making
HSA has roots that go back before the passage of Washington's Home-Based Instruction Law.
Did you know that we are the first homeschooling support collective in Washington State? More than three decades later, we are still here, supporting homeschooling families around Puget Sound. We owe a debt of gratitude to our first board members: Vicky Dimond, Janice Hedin, Pam Nash, Janene Irish, Angie Rogers, and Sue Smith. Please read about how HSA began here.
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2018 Annual Not-Back-to-School Picnic – 10/1/2018
Lisa Menday • File 2
We enjoyed another successful Not-Back-to-School Picnic on September 14th. Read all about it here:
How to Choose Your Homeschool Resources – 9/10/2018
Lisa Menday • File 1
To give you a little peek into the homeschooler’s
thought process, I’ve asked a few experienced
homeschoolers to answer the question. How do you choose your homeschool resources?