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Southern Maryland

  • Enchanting Ink Homeschool Co-Op
    A diverse Homeschooling Cooperative for families that love all things Fiction: Science Fiction, Fantasy, Magic, Myths, Time Travel, Animal Heroes. Local members(near Andrew's Air Force Base,MD -Southern MD, DC & Upper VA is close) can get together for occasional fieldtrips/playdates, while the non-local (virtual) members can link up for online discussions of topics as well. I would like to do online book chats eventually for parents & kids. Books & downloads can be posted & a discussion time set -either by email threads on the topic or live chat. Kids can read/be read to/audio books -whatever helps to be prepared. Help in setting these up would be highly appreciated. Also online scavenger hunts.
  • Mid-Maryland Homeschool Cooperative (MMHC)
    MMHC is an inclusive, secular, homeschool co-op that offers affordable, quality, fun-filled educational and social opportunities to homeschool families. A fall and spring semester of parent run co-op classes as well as family events such as holiday parties and picnics are offered. A forum is available for members to organize field trips, playgroups, etc.
  • Southern Maryland Homeschool Network
    Southern Maryland Homeschool Network serves all of the southern Maryland area including Prince George's, Anne Arundel, Charles, Calvert, and St. Mary's counties. We provide inspiration and assistance to homeschooling families, and to work to create a better homeschooling environment in our state of Maryland. We value and respect the unique individuality of children and their different learning styles. We believe all parents have the right to decide how their child(ren) are best educated. Because we understand the need for community and support, we are committed to resolving conflicts that may arise within the group

D.C. and Northern Virginia

  • Culture at Home
    Culture at Home is an African American homeschool support group in the Washington D.C., Maryland and Virginia area with an emphasis on the older homeschooled student and for families concerned with the healthy well-being and academic guidance of their African-American child.
  • HomeschoolActivities-VA-DC-MD
    We offer information about activities, classes, events, and field trips for homeschool families and visitors to the Washington, D.C., area including Maryland and Virginia suburbs and points beyond. Members are welcome to post related information, but this is not a discussion board. Please be respectful of differences in homeschooling methods, political and religious beliefs.
  • REACH Homeschool Group
  • Sankofa Homeschool Community
    Sankofa is a community of homeschooling families of color who want to grow, learn, and build together. We are dedicated to creating a rich, supportive homeschool village through a combination of social outlets, field trips, and the sharing of resources. We are a local support group for the Metro D.C. area. Sankofa has members in DC, Maryland, Virginia, and as far north as Baltimore. We are religiously diverse and our members use a variety of homeschooling methods.

Maryland Statewide

  • BWHE - Baltimore-Washington Home Educators
    The BWHE on-line community is designed for open-minded homeschoolers in the region who are interested in participating in a community that represents a diverse range of religious, political and philosophical beliefs. Our community also represents a wide range of ethnic groups, education levels, and socio-economic classes. The one thing we have in common is an interest in trying to do what is best for our children and our family.
  • Homeschool High School Inclusive
    Homeschool High School Inclusive is a Maryland-based homeschool high school group. Through this group you may find notifications of field trips (local and regional), information about online high schools and speciality colleges uniquely addressing the needs of homeschooled students, and a variety of other resources and information. There are also opportunities to have "discussions" with one another via e-mail, with the possibility of quarterly support meetings. Activities, as planned and organized by all who participate in this group, are encouraged for students who wish to gather together outside of the academic setting.
  • LDS Homeschooling in Maryland
    This group is for members and friends of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who are homeschooling their children. Most of our group lives in Maryland but we have members in West Virgina and Virginia as well. We usually have a planning meeting once a year (either in the spring or early fall) and plan approximately 2 field trips or activities per month during the traditional school year. Most of our activities are held on Fridays.
  • Jewish Homeschoolers of MD & DC
    This list is meant to be a forum to allow Jewish home schoolers in Maryland, DC,and nearby areas to keep in touch and plan activiites. Please be aware that many on this list are supporters of Israel and political discussions of the situation in Israel will occur, as will suggestions for supportive actions that may be taken by families and individuals. This list is open to Jews of all levels of observance interested in home schooling their children.
  • Maryland Association of Christian Home Educators (MACHE)
    MACHE exists to support the Christian home schooling families and support group leaders in the state of Maryland . We provide a quarterly newsletter to member families and groups, offer a discount for membership in the Home School Legal Defense Association , and we host an annual curriculum fair, symposiums, workshops, and other events.
  • Maryland Association of Roman Catholic Homeschoolers
    MarylandARCH is the first of its kind as a state-wide advocacy site for all Maryland Catholic homeschooling families, striving to bring together information for all of us from across the state to share with each other homeschooling news, groups, resources and especially that which pertains to us as Catholic homeschoolers. MarylandARCH hosts a website, yahoogroup, and facebook group. MarylandARCH is NOT associated with any groups or organizations. MarylandARCH is NOT affiliated with any group also having ARCH or RCH in its title.
  • Maryland Homeschool Biking Club
    This group is for anyone who homeschools/unschools in the state of Maryland or close to this state that bikes or would like to bike with others. You can share info about bikes, ask for assistance with anything bike related or just join us occasionally on one of our bike rides or overnight bike trips. Please feel free to add a bike ride any time at your favorite riding place!
  • Maryland Homeschool Hiking Club
    This site is for amy homeschoolers/unschoolers and their families in the state of Maryland and any areas close to Maryland. We participate in short hikes, long hikes, and sometimes overnights! Jump in and join us for a hike or just talk about anything hiking or homeschool related! You are also encouraged to set up a hike and invite the group!
  • MarylandHomeschool
    This is an online group to support each other in our homeschooling, share resources, find support, ask questions, or just talk about what you are doing in your homeschool. Feel free to share ideas about kids, family, spirituality, or any other subjects that you feel would be of help and benefit to others. We hope you will share your ideas, educational resources, activities, lesson plans, web sites, or any education resource with the group. We are a diverse group from all over the state of Maryland with many different beliefs and this is a place where we can come together on the common issue of homeschooling to share and support each other.
  • MD Homeschooling Special Needs
    MD Homeschooling Special Needs is for those families in Maryland who are homeschooling children with special needs. This is a place to share ideas lend support and plan activities that would enrich our children's life's. Whether your child has Autism, Aspergers, learning disabilities, ADD, ADHD or any other disabilities or just plain high maintenance this group is for you. We hope that by coming together in this group we can more easily share resources about special needs children. We can also come together to find and lend support in a common area as we homeschool. This is a private list not open to the public.
  • MD_DC_VA_Educators
    This groups exists to create an online forum to share resources, activities, ideas, and support among the homeschooling community to include the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan area, Hampton Roads (Tidewater) Virginia, Delaware and Pennsylvania. Our geography lends itself to an amazingly wide array of fantastic and unique experiences for our children to expand their learning. We currently have members from many states to include: Virginia, Washington DC, North Carolina, West Virginia, Maryland counties, Baltimore City, Pennsylvania,and Delaware. Approximately 50% of the group current serves our country in uniform.
  • Waldorf Homeschoolers in Maryland
    This is a group for homeschooling families in Maryland (and nearby surrounding areas) who are using a Waldorf-inspired approach. Any family interested in Waldorf homeschooling, whether you're using Live Ed, Oak Meadow, Christopherus, doing your own curriculum, or are a Waldorf-inspired unschooler, or anything in between, you are welcome here.

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October 19, 2018


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