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The purpose of this group is to provide an atmosphere for support and fellowship, as well as a place to share and ask for advice, network, and offer activities and field trips for our homeschooled children and their families.

This homeschool group is registered as a non-profit organization and is open to all homeschool families rgardless of race, religion, home school or parenting styles.

Even though we are not affiliated with any one particular religious group, we do ask that members treat each other with respect and to "love your neighbor as yourself."

Region 4
HeARTS Region 9
Hearts and Hands Homeschool Support Group

Meets at Highland Baptist Church.  Weekly co-op, group activities, moms meetings, Christian group

Region 8
HELLO (Help Enrich and Lift the Lives of Others)

A place for local homeschoolers residing within the counties of Cumberland (including Fort Bragg), Hoke, Robeson, Bladen, Harnett, Sampson, and Moore counties to stay in touch with one another. The city of Fayetteville, NC will be considered the center and it will be considered the group home.

Region 8
HELP (Home Educators of Lee Park)

This group was begun by homeschoolers who attend Lee Park Baptist Church in Monroe, NC. It is open to anyone in the Union County area.

Region 4
Henderson County Homeschool Association

Henderson County Homeschool Association (HCHA) is a cooperative support organization for homeschooling families which provides a wide range of benefits and opportunities for its members.  HCHA membership is open to all homeschoolers, but as a Christian organization we embrace traditional biblical values and viewpoints.  Drawing from the gifts and talents of our member families, HCHA offers encouragement, academic and social activities, and resources to promote excellence and integrity in homeschooling.

Region 1
Heritage Homeschoolers

Heritage homeschoolers provides help and encouragement for area families who have chosen to educate their children themselves at home.  "Therefore encourage one another and build each other up...warn those who are idle, encourage the timid, help the weak, be patient with everyone." (1 Thess. 5: 11,14)

Region 2
High Country Christian Homeschoolers Region 2
High Point Home Educators

The purpose and mission of HPHE is to provide support, guidance, encouragement and educational opportunities according to Biblical principles and ideals for home educating families in the Triad area of North Carolina. Grounded in solid Christian principles, HPHE welcomes all High Point and Triad area home educators. More than field trips, more than park days, more than mom’s nights out–HPHE is all of these things, plus the kind of support and encouragement that assists you in your family’s unique home education journey.

Region 3
Hillcrest Homeschool Enrichment

Hillcrest Homeschool Enrichment is a ministry of Hillcrest Baptist Church located in the south Kernersville area. The ministry of HHE is designed to provide a family focused, cooperative ministry offering elective and supplemental classes for homeschooling families

Region 3
HIM (Home Instructors of Mebane)

Home Instructors of Mebane (HIM) meets at Mebane Presbyterian Church, 402 S. Fifth St, Mebane, NC.  

We limit ourselves to 15 member families and are a strictly Christian group.  New members must sign a Statement of Belief, which is non-denominiational in theology.

Region 5
HINTS (Home Instructors Need Team Support)

HINTS (Home Instructors Need Team Support) is a homeschool support group that serves the geographical area of south Charlotte and has been in existence since 1985.

HINTS, as a support group, exists to encourage home educating parents as they provide for the day-to-day needs of their students.

HINTS strives to be a parent- and service-oriented organization as it supplies its members with information related to homeschooling, state requirements, curricula, and activities.

Region 4
Holy Family Homeschool Enrichment of the Triad

The mission of the Holy Family Home School Enrichment of the Triad is to support and encourage Catholic parents in their vocation to home educate their children.  It is part of our mission to help home school families grow, serve, love, and learn in our Catholic faith.  We offer enrichment classes and meet on a weekly basis from September to May.  We are a co-op that meets on Mondays from 9-12 at Holy Family Catholic Church in Clemmons.

Region 3
HOME (hephzibah) Region 5
HOME (Home Educators Organized for Ministry and Encouragement) Region 7, Region 10
HOME (Homes Offering Meaningful Education)

HOME is an inclusive support group for homeschooling families in the greater Fayetteville area.  Each member has an important role in the success of the group and the level of activities we can offer to our families.  Typical activities include:  monthly fellowship meetings, field trips, Mom's Night Out, field day, and graduation.  We also have a parent-facilitated Enrichment Day which meets weekly throughout the year.  All families are welcome to join HOME.  Board Members and E-Day Facilitators are required to sign a statement of faith.

Region 8
HOME (Homeschoolers on the Move with Education) Region 7, Region 12
HOME (Homeschooling Opens Minds Everyday)

Yahoo group serving secular homeschoolers in Asheville and surrounding area.

Region 1
Home Educators of Anson County

Newsletter, library, group graduation, talent show, volunteer work, art gallery

Region 6
Home Oriented Ministry & Education (HOME) of Gaston County

The purpose of Home Oriented Ministry & Education (HOME) is to nurture a Christian home education based upon the Bible. HOME support group operates by Biblical principles at all times. The primary goal of our support group shall be to provide support for parents who have chosen to educate their children themselves in agreement with our philosophies.

Region 4
Home Schoolers Offering Practical Encouragement (HOPE)

The mission of Home Schoolers Offering Practical Encouragement (HOPE) is to provide a network of mutual support and encouragement for homeschoolers through the sharing of resources, ideas, and fellowship all to the glory of God through Jesus Christ His Son by the working of the Holy Spirit through each born again believer.


Region 4
HOMES (Homeschooling, Outreaching, Molding, Educating, and Supporting)

Monthly meetings, field trips, annual achievement testing, newsletter, special classes

Region 7, Region 10
Homeschool Connections of Randolph County

The intention of this website is to gather all the home education links and information for Randolph county in one place.

Region 3
HomeSchool County Connections Region 8
Homeschool Explorers

Diverse, inclusive, secular co-op

Region 5
Homeschoolers of Color

Yahoo group.  Purpose is to meet the needs of families homeschooling children of African, Asian, Latino, and Native American heritages.

Region 5, Region 6
Homeschoolers of Holly Springs

The goal of this group is to get homeschool families together in our area for friendship, support, to share information and experiences, as well as a place for our children to socialize with other homeschoolers.

We are based in Holly Springs but we would like to meet other homeschoolers in the surrounding areas - you are welcome to join us. We do require Members to attend at least one event per month. Participation is important for the success of the group. This is a secular group and is based on home education and friendships.

Region 5
Homeschooling on the Spectrum

Homeschooling on the Spectrum is a *Christian social group for kids with ASD and their siblings based out of Fayetteville, NC.  Our goal is to provide a safe and comfortable environment as well as being sensitive to each child’s needs so that they are able to learn and grow.  Every meeting is designed to teach a social skill to the children through social games and activities and help the children develop friendships with one another.  Parent participation during the meeting and at home will help reinforce these skills.

Region 8
HOPE (Homeschool Opportunities People Encouraged)

This group was started in 2009.

Region 2
HOPE (Homeschooling Offers a Promising Education)

Monthly meetings, legislative inforation, field trips, annual achievement testing, local newsletter, special classes, new members accepted

Region 7, Region 12