Catholic Homeschoolers Uniting Religion, Community and Home (CHURCH) - Rochester, NH
We are a Catholic home school e-mail list for support, field trips and other group activities.
Catholics United for Home Education -- CUHE-NH
Catholics United for Home Education (CUHE-NH) was incorporated in the State of New Hampshire in September 1989. It serves as a network for Catholic homeschoolers, providing support through an email list which connects groups throughout the state. It was established "to provide encouragement and support for [NH] Catholic parents who desire to educate their children at home...to protect the rights of parents to home educate their children and to provide information on Home Education". To join or for questions, please visit our blog page at:
An inclusive homeschooling support group for Southern NH
families. The group meets weekly on Tuesdays from 12-2:30 at the Gerrish Community Center in Derry.
6 Colchester Road
Windham, NH 03087
christine_pollina at bigfoot.com
The purpose of this group is to network with other homeschooling families
in New Hampshire, particularly Rockingham County (however anyone who cares to travel to
join us, regardless of location, is welcome!). We welcome everyone regardless of race,
religion, lifestyle, ability levels, socioeconomic status or style of learning. Our hope
is to utilize this group to get to know one another and eventually come together for a
weekly gathering. We feel it is very important for our children (and ourselves!!) to be
able to have an outlet for fun and learning with people who value homeschooling as we do.
49 W. Main St Warner, NH 03278 603.456.2050 http://www.groupspaces.com/gearup
Gear Up is a homeschooling enrichment community and co-operative in Warner. We aim to inspire lifelong learning in a community that is supportive, safe and accepting where creativity and curiosity thrive. We plan to do that through providing opportunities for the Kearsarge area homeschooled children through an active mentorship program, workshops, clubs, community service and events in order to enrich the homeschool experience.
YMCA, Goffstown Allard Center, Goffstown, NH 03054 603.497.4663 Thursdays, 1:30pm-2:30pm
Please come and share your ideas and receive support from fellow Homeschool
Teachers and allow your child(ren) age six and up to enjoy the benefit of
interacting with other students/peers while doing a scheduled activity that
may include arts and crafts, fun educational activities, field trips, or
LHSA is an active homeschool support group for Londonderry, Derry, Windham and surrounding towns. We have monthly parent support meetings, a mailing list, and group activities. Check out the website or send an email for more info.
Web: www.londonderryhomeschool.org Email:
First meeting of the academic year
on Sunday, Sept 17th at the Barnes and Nobles across form the mall here
in Manchester from 6:30-8:30pm contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Monadnock Homeschool Network is a
loose affiliation of families who have home-based learning in common. All
families who want to be a part of the group ARE a part of the group. The group
does not endorse any one resource, method or philosophy over another.
We meet weekly for children's park days, field trips, classes and seasonal parties.
New Durham Area
Contact: Valerie Hyman
Address: 17 Ragged Mountain Road, New Durham, NH 03855
I have been homeschooling for 9
years and I haven't been part of a group for quite a while but I would like
to help others who are just getting started or lookimg for an all inclusive
Contact: NH_RAHCN at yahoo.com
Founder: Michele Henderson 603-895-9829
RAHCN is an inclusive group which seeks to embrace the diversity
found in our community and welcomes all families regardless
of their race, religion, sexual orientation, philosophy, educational
background, or economic status. Group meets
every other Friday morning, 10AM at the Raymond Safety Complex for "Kid's
Co-op", and 4 times a year for parent meetings.
Seacoast Christian Home Educators Association (SCHEA)
http://www.geocities.com/nhschea SCHEA is a Christian based home school support group meeting in Rochester,
New Hampshire. We currently have active members from throughout Strafford
and Rockingham counties in N.H. and York County in Maine.
We meet on the 2nd Monday of the month from September-May at Grace Community Church in Rochester for support group meetings and field trips.
For more information please visit our
email us at: email@example.com
Seacoast Homeschool Coop
An all-inclusive support network for homeschooling families with cooperatively planned group activities, classes, and opportunities to meet and socialize with other homeschoolers. This group meets each third Wednesday of each month, organizes Spring and Fall Friday Activity Group, offers a monthly print newsletter and regular e-mail supplements to its members.
Newsletter and e-mail Supplement contact: Seacoast-HS@nospam.rad4d.com
*Note!** To e-mail us, please be sure to remove the "nospam." part of this address, so that it will work.
Tamworth Learning Circles
Tamworth Learning Circles School is a two-room schoolhouse nestled in the southern region of the White Mountains of New Hampshire. We are an alternative school in that we offer a very low student-teacher ratio, which allows us to tailor much of our programs to the needs and learning styles of the individual student. We have had students from all corners of Carroll County who join us for our drama program, as well as our full academic program.
1153 Cleveland Hill Road
Tamworth NH 03887
"Unsocialized" Homeschoolers NH
We know you are out there!
Bring your lunch and meet up from Noon - 2pm on April 28, 2010 at the Old Grafton Town Hall. Door prize to be given!
Homeschoolers in the Grafton, Orange, Canaan, Danbury, Enfield, Lebanon, Wilmot, Andover, Springfield, Grantham NH areas...
Spread the word to all your homeschooling friends. Hope to see you there!
Find us on Facebook. Search for "Unsocialized Homeschoolers NH"
WeAre Home Educators -- WHE is a support
group for homeschooling families in Weare and the surrounding towns. We welcome
veteran homeschoolers as well as those who are considering homeschooling for the