Support groups abound in Texas for home schoolers. Christian or not, African-American or Caucasian, you are sure to find a group or co-op that suits your current life situation.
Alternative Educators’ Alliance (AEA)
AEA welcomes all home educators, regardless of race, creed, religion or educational philosophy. Its primary purpose is to be a source of information and support to home educators and to those interested in information about home education. They also offer networking opportunities for homeschoolers. This group meets in Brazos County.
Austin Well Trained Mind
All Austin, Texas Area homeschool families who have been inspired by “The Well-Trained Mind” by Jessie Wise and Susan Wise Bauer are welcome to discuss issues involving homeschooling our children in the classical method. Discussions involving the use of Charlotte Mason methods and other classical interpreters are also encouraged. All ages from infants to veteran homeschoolers in the midst of the grammar, logic or rhetoric stages are encouraged to join us, as are all faiths.
Dallas Unschoolers Circle
Made up of families from Dallas and the surrounding areas who follow a self-directed or child-led approach to learning. They meet bi-monthly at local parks giving the kids the opportunity to engage in unstructured play and the parents the opportunity to socialize and support each other on their journey.
An inclusive support group for homeschoolers seeking cooperative, non-sectarian, non-partisan educational and social opportunities. They have members from all parts of the Dallas, Texas metroplex who get together for field trips, co-op classes, parties and park days, and lots of fun.
North Texas Home Educators’ Network (NTHEN)
NTHEN is the largest regional homeschool organization in Texas, serving local support group leaders in more than 80 counties and from more than 160 support groups throughout north and northeast Texas.
San Antonio’s Home Education Resources and Opportunities (H.E.R.O.)
H.E.R.O. is a non-profit organization committed to providing access to opportunities and resources for home educators of all races, religions, philosophies, and education styles for expanding and improving their home education experience. H.E.R.O. is dedicated to fostering a supportive atmosphere for home educators by raising the awareness of alternative education choices and increasing positive interactions within the San Antonio metro area community.
Texas Advocates for Freedom in Education (TAFFIE)
Provides Texas homeschooling resources for new and veteran homeschoolers.
Texas Home School Coalition
The Texas Home School Coalition is dedicated to serving the home-school community of Texas and promoting a greater knowledge, understanding and acceptance of home education in our state.