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State Wide Support Groups

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Adams County

    Christiana Homeschool Academy (Northern Maryland and Southern Pennsylvania) -- contact Catherine Milstead (classicalcha@gmail.com). This co-op provides two day a week classroom instruction and support for the remaining days at home. After school activities, field trips and clubs are also offered.

    Classical Conversations of New Oxford -- contact Carrie Grassmyer (cgrassmyer4cc@gmail.com). Our three curriculum programs (for ages 4 - 18)meet weekly to support your home-centered classical education. The Math, Science, English, Latin, History, Geography and Fine Arts studied in our Foundations Program (ages 4-12) represent a broad and fascinating body of information. Our Essentials Program (grades 4 and up) help students work toward mastering English language skills and improving their writing technique.As students move into our Challenge Program (middle and high school levels), they work toward becoming independent learners as they read, discuss, debate, analyze, and write about award- winning literature and additional subjects including Latin, Science and Math(always within the framework of history and a biblical worldview).

    FACE Co-op -- contact Vice-President Cindy Fodor (facevicepresident@gmail.com). We are a weekly academic co-op (offering 3 one- hour classes) that meets on Thursdays from September through April. Classes are for grades 3- 12. 2nd grade down has classes available for siblings of registered students. One parent/legal guardian per family is required to register to teach and assist. Mom´s night out, science & geography fairs, safety, health and nutrition days, etc. are offered throughout the year in addition to the weekly co-op meetings.

    HSBulletinBoard -- contact Liz Rohler (lrohler630@gmail.com). This is an information loop for homeschool families in Adams County and the surrounding area. The purpose of this group is to share information that is relevant to homeschoolers in the area.

    West Shore Christian Educational Co-op -- contact Jessica Rolf (jessicarolf@hotmail.com). WSCEC is an enrichment co-op for grades K-12. We also offer nursery and preschool. We meet on alternate Thursdays for 7 sessions in the fall and 7 sessions in the spring for three 55 minute periods each session. Our parents teach a class, assist in a class and have off for a third period; and help in an additional, non-teaching capacity as well. We offer a wide variety of classes from reading, writing and arithmetic to knitting and volleyball. Class options can change each semester. We meet At Christian Life Assembly Church in Camp Hill.

    WissahickonsatHome~Wissahickon Area Homeschoolers -- contact Susan Murphy (wissahicks@earthlink.net). This group is for those homeschooling families who live in the Wissahickon Area (Wissahickon, Roxborough, Manayunk, East Falls, Mt. Airy and more) who have children under the age of 8. If you are interested in meeting other young, nearby homeschooling families for fun, support and friendship as we begin our homeschooling adventure, by all means- join up! All are welcome! Check us out on the web at http:// groups.yahoo.com/group/wissahickonsathome *** We now have a spot to meet off the Web!*** Please Join us for ~ **´Playgroup Thursdays´** Thurdays, 1-3 pm, at the * Kendrick Rec Center Playground/Gym * (Ridge & Pensdale Aves. Across from Roxborough Hospital) Rain or Shine!

Allegheny County

    North Pittsburgh STAR Co-op -- contact MaryJoan Funaro (npghstar@gmail.com). You are invited to join a parent-run educational co-operative for homeschoolers in the Pittsburgh and surrounding areas. We have members from the North Hills, South Hills, east and west of the city, and even Washington County. It is worth the trip! Check out our website for more information. STAR = Success Through Academics & Relationships

    African American Co oop (Pittsburgh) -- contact Keisha B (kizbeli@yahoo.com). Looking to group with AA kids school age K-2. Meet once a week for science, art, or black history activity. Field trips to arcades, bowling, and YMCA. This is extremely important for Blacks to gather and educate our children. Homeschooling cannot be a solitary process. It is very important for our children to know each other. Thanks

    Alle_kiskichristianhomeschoolers (Alle-Kiski) -- contact Jamie Zemann (jamiespreciousangels@yahoo.com). We have weekly meetings. We meet at the park in good weather or at church in rain or cold. We have monthly field trips as well. We welcome new home school families or people that have been doing it for years, even cyber schooled are welcome. All family members are welcome at meetings. We have everything from infants to older teens.

    Classical Conversations -- contact Amanda Soergel (ajsoergel@gmail.com). We are a parent-empowering organization, helping parents to be home-educators by teaching a Biblical worldview in the highly successful "Classical" method, K-12, including providing community in order to perfect these methods.

    Family Instructors of the North Suburbs (FINS) (Allegheny County, Butler County, and Beaver County) -- contact (pfins-owner@yahoogroups.com). We are a Christ-centered group of home educators who wish to support and encourage one another. We are an inclusive group and invite all to participate. We do not charge a membership fee. We sponsor events, activities, and field trips as well as answer questions and provide other helpful information. We believe a support group should be more than just an email list.

    FISH (Family Instructors of the South Hills) -- contact Nancy Sikes (nancy@sikes.net). We provide information, inspiration, and support for Christian home school families in the South Hills. Monthly meetings, field trips, co-op, newsletters and more.

    North Hills Christian Homeschoolers (northern suburbs of Pittsburgh) -- contact (info@nhchweb.org). The North Hills Christian Homeschoolers is an organization of Christians in the North Hills area of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, who are personally committed to the home education of their children. For more information, please check out website at nhchweb.org

    North Pittsburgh Catholic Homeschoolers (Northern Suburbs of Pittsburgh PA) -- contact Jennifer (jen@theposeys.com). We are a Catholic Homeschool Support Group in the northern suburbs of Pittsburgh.

    North Pittsburgh STAR Co-op -- contact Robin Welsh (). You are invited to join an educational co-operative designed especially for people using K12 curriculum in the Pittsburgh and surrounding areas. We have members from the North Hills, South Hills, east and west of the city! It is worth the trip! Anyone using K12 curriculum (cyber school or independently) is encouraged to join us! Please see our website for contact information. Please check out our website for contact information. Our Primary Goal: To progress through the K12 curriculum in a group environment.

    PALS - People Always Learning Something (Pittsburgh) -- contact Joanne (SecretaryJoPALS@gmail.com). PALS (People Always Learning Something) is a non- profit organization serving homeschoolers in the Pittsburgh area. PALS provides educational programs and resources for home educators regardless of race, religion, sexual orientation or personal lifestyle choices. We strongly value diversity. The Enrichment class program offers quality instruction at a reasonable price so that our children can learn and socialize. Our commitment is to independent homeschoolers K-12, but we welcome all styles of homeschooling. Enrichment classes are made possible through the cooperative effort of PALS families. Enrichment classes are held on Wednesdays; there is a Fall session and a Winter/Spring session, as well as a free curriculum library and many community activities.

    Waldorf Homeschoolers (city of pittsburgh) -- contact cande ruiz-bradbury (familiabradbury@gmail.com). We are a waldorf inspired group gathering on friday´s to sing songs, celebrate seasonal festivals as well as bike, hike and enjoy the outdoor´s. All ages welcomed.

Armstrong County

    Harvest Community Homeschoolers -- contact Stephanie Burton (BurtonHSA@gmail.com). We are a Christian homeschool co-op and support group, meeting for field trips, parent support and educational activities for homeschool families. Our home-base is Harvest Community Church in Kittanning, PA, although we are not a ministry of the church. We offer different levels of involvement so that families may choose...

Beaver County

    Beaver County Homeschool Support Group (Beaver County and surrounding areas) -- contact Mary Zobrak (jzobrak@comcast.net). We are a Christian Support Group available for any homeschooling family in Beaver County, PA or any surrounding county if interested. Mission Statement: Our purpose is to support, equip, and encourage all families in the home-school community. Our prayer is to bring honor and glory, in all we do, to our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ.

    Plants and Pillars Homeschool Co-op (Beaver County) -- contact Kara Hartman (plants.pillars@gmail.com) or Allyson Gulish (). Plants and Pillars is a Christian co-op for families in Beaver and surrounding counties. We meet each Monday during the school year for classed, support, and extracurricular activities. We also provided athletics for students in 3rd through 12th grade.

Bedford County

Berks County

    BEACON -- contact Anne Pyne (1pynetree@gmail.com). Beacon is a Christian group that meets the first and third Thursdays for speakers and classes for the students. A parent must stay with his/her child(ren) and help with the group in some way. The goal of the group is to provide additional experiences for the students as well as opportunities for friendships for both the students and parents. Other activities include Mom´s Night Out, field trips, field day, closing program, etc.

    Classical Conversations of Fleetwood (Fleetwood, Kutztown, Allentown, Reading) -- contact Nan Kanagy (cc.fleetwood.director@gmail.com). We are a Homeschooling group that meets on Wednesdays near Fleetwood and follows the Classical Conversations curriculum! (www.classicalconversations.com) We have a Foundations program for ages 4 to 13 and a complete Language Arts class called Essentials for ages 9 to 13. Join us if you are interested in a Christian, Classical Education with awesome Community!

    HIS (Berks,Schuylkill ) -- contact Rebecca Knott (hiscoordinator@yahoo.com). A Christ Centered home school group open to all ages. We meet every Friday 12:45-3:00pm. We alternate structured classes with field trips and fun activity days. We meet Sept.- May.

    Homeschooling Nature Group -- contact Beth (BethofWildOnes@gmail.com). This group meets twice a week, mid-September through mid- June: once per week to play in the forest and once per week for an outing/field trip/craft. An optional curriculum is available, inspired by Waldorf & Charlotte Mason. This is a free program, driven by the purpose of bringing families together.

    Kardia Learning Center (Berks County and surrounding area) -- contact Sally Starke (Kardialearningcenter@gmail.com). Kardia Learning Center (KLC) is a community of Christian home-schooling families pursuing the common goal of Classical Christian education. To this end, KLC exists to equip home-educated students with critical thinking skills and a broad base of knowledge essential for effective, Christ-centered living. Classical Christian school meeting 28 weeks per year on Thursdays 8:30-3:15pm. Nursery through 12th. Check out our website at www.kardialearningcenter.org.

    Lighthouse Learning Homeschool Co-op -- contact Angie Staudt (angiestaudt@msn.com). We strive to enhance your childs learning with a variety of enrichment activities through the year. To encourage and strengthen families in fellowship, and be a light in our community. We desire to welcome any family, no matter your teaching style, for guidance and support.Open to all grades, with end of year graduation for our seniors.

    Southern Berks Homeschoolers -- contact Sally Wetzel (Sally_Wetzel@my.tupperware.com). A biannual newsletter is mailed to members informing them of activities in Berks County and surrounding areas. Several field trips are organized and open to members. Anyone/group may submit field trips they are organizing by August 15 and January 15.

Blair County

    BlairHomeSchool@yahoogroups.com (Blair County area) -- contact Lois Kaneshiki (lois@nb.net). We are an email discussion, support, organization and announcement list to facilitate communication amongst Blair County area home learning families.

Bradford County

    Abide in the Vine Fellowship -- contact Dianne Robinson (drobin@stny.rr.com).

    S.C.H.E.W.L. -- contact Kendra Dreps (mkdreps@juno.com). Supporting Christian Home Education With Love is a parents-as-teachers support group in Bradford and Tioga Counties. Its goal is to encourage and assist those who have chosen to educate their children at home. Anyone is invited to join. Coordinators and officers accede to a statement of faith. SCHEWL offers a variety of activities planned and executed by its members, such as parent meetings, field trips, fitness activities, and special classes. A promotion ceremony is held at the end of each year. Families belonging to SCHEWL are encouraged in their homeschooling task with prayer, sharing of materials, help in complying with the law, and working with local school districts.

Bucks County

    Bucks Co Homeschool Community -- contact Group Mod (BucksHSing-owner@yahoogroups.com). Homeschooling in Bucks County, PA? Start here! If you´re brand new to homeschooling, new to homeschooling in PA, or new to the area we can help.For veteran homeschoolers we´re an excellent place to network, share resources, find local co-ops, groups, classes, and social activities. Join a community of local home educating families & share in the fun and adventure of Homeschooling in Bucks County!

    Classical Conversations - Doylestown -- contact Michelle Mussari (ccdoylestown@gmail.com). Based on the classical model of education, families meet weekly to introduce new memory work (or grammar of a subject) and review old memory work using Classical Conversations’ Foundations Guide as the heart of the curriculum. A trained tutor creatively introduces the memory work and leads the classroom time. The memory work is divided into 6 subjects: timeline/history, geography, math, science, Latin, and English grammar. In addition to the memory work, students also participate in a fine arts project/lesson, a science project, and an opportunity to practice oral presentation skills each week. Students, parents, and tutors develop precious relationships, and parents love the academic complement this program provides to their core schooling curriculum.

    Davisville Homeschool Connection (Philadelphia Metro Area) -- contact Krissy Reilly (krissysgirls@yahoo.com). A group of Christian parents who are committed to the home education of our children. We meet weekly for classes that are taught by the parents. We also organize play days & field trips for our co-op and outside families

    HomeSchool Boys & Girls Club -- contact Michele Buono (mbuono66@hotmail.com). HSBG Club is an informal - but active - group of homeschooling families based in the Quakertown area. We have no scheduled meetings but a weekly e-mail keeps everyone up-to-date on upcoming field trips and activities.

    Pennridge Homeschoolers -- contact Cyndy Dumire (cyndy@dumire-electric.com). field trips, ski trips, support, bowling league for all ages

    TGIFF - The Goal is Forming Friendships (Mid to Lower Bucks) -- contact Stevi Wright (hawkecho@gmail.com) or Wendy Coyne (coyne4now@aol.com). TGIFF is an eclectic, inclusive & highly active group of homeschooling families based out of Lower- Mid Bucks County, PA. We seek to create life-long friendships, a sense of community, and a support system for new and experienced homeschoolers. The only requirement for joining the group is PARTICIPATION, so please bring your enthusiasm, ideas and humor with you!

    West Street Homeschoolers (Bucks & Montgomery Counties) -- contact Amy Burke (eazmburke@comcast.net ) or Angela McMichael (cocoongirl34@comcast.net ). Providing a setting for homeschooled kids to hang out and learn together, and for homeschooling parents to have some friends in the same boat! West Street Homeschoolers meets on Wednesdays at the West Street Community Center, located at Souderton Mennonite Church. This is not a Mennonite group and anyone is welcome! For directions, please email us! Leaders: Amy Burke eazmburke@comcast.net Angela McMichael cocoongirl34@comcast.net

Butler County

    Butler Home Education Network (Butler county and surrounding areas) -- contact Rebecca Wassam (bhenemail@yahoo.com). We are an inclusive (secular) network of homeschooling families in and around Butler, PA. We host field trips, parties, special events and a fall and spring co-op in downtown Butler. We have a closed facebook group for networking and event rsvp. Find us at Butler Home Education Network (BHEN) on facebook. Please provide us with a brief message on why you are interested in joining our page.

    Butler Homeschoolers (Butler County) -- contact Elizabeth Smith (elizabethsmith@zoominternet.net). We are a group of homeschooling families in Butler, Pennsylvania who gather biweekly for support and interaction (currently at the Butler library). Our web site includes information on field trips, gatherings, and other homeschool-related events in and around the Butler, PA area.

    Classical Conversations -- contact Cecilia Tomko (ceciliatomko@gmail.com). Classical Conversations is a once a week program where tutors lead students in foundational memory work for geography, science, English grammar, Latin, history, and math. In addition, we do art lessons and science experiments and memorize the Veritas timeline together. Please visit www.classicalconversations.com for more information.

    Classical Conversations in Cranberry -- contact Julie (ccincranberry@gmail.com). We believe that children are a gift from the Lord and that parents are their children´s best teachers. If you would like to know more about teaching your children using the classical method, or if you have already begun homeschooling in the Cranberry area and would like to become a part of a community where everyone is using the same curriculum and are encouraging each other weekly, please contact me or visit https://www.classicalconversations.com

Cambria County

Cameron County

Carbon County

    LC Homeschoolers (Carbon county, Lehigh county, Luzerne county and Northampton County) -- contact Tammy (tamdaveash@yahoo.com). We are a group of home/cyber schoolers from the area. We have a group that is just for support and chit chat online and we have a group where we are always having meet ups! We would love to meet other homeschoolers in the area!

Centre County

    Classical Conversations of State College (Centre County) -- contact Jessa Miller (jessamiller@ymail.com). Licensed Classical Conversations community. We are a co-op that focuses on the Classical Model. We do weekly Grammar, Memorization, Fine Arts including Mastering the Artists and Orchestra. Weekly Science Labs and wonderful community and mom´s groups.

    Happy Valley Homeschoolers -- contact Laura Liermann (liermannlj@gmail.com). This email list serves as a venue for direct member-to-member communication about local homeschooling information, events, and field trip planning. We are a diverse and inclusive group who share the common goal of increasing support and opportunities for Central Pennsylvania homeschool families.

Chester County

    Classical Conversations of Newtown Square -- contact Julie Fisher (JFisher.ccnewtownsq@gmail.com). We meet weekly to help homeschoolers pursue a classical Christian education at home. Our grammar students are introduced to new memory work weekly in History, English, Geography, Latin, Science, and Math. They also receive instruction in fine arts, perform science projects, and perform weekly presentations. Older grammar students learn writing and the application of English grammar. We hope to equip and encourage parents in providing their children with the Tools of Learning. Our mission is "to know God and make Him known".

    Classical Conversations of West Chester (Chester County) -- contact MAlton@classicalconversations.com). We have weekly classes to help homeschoolers pursue a classical Christian education at home. Our grammar stage classes cover memory work, fine arts, science project, and presentations. Older grammar students learn writing and English grammar. Middle and high school level classes meet for debates and discussions to encourage thinking through subjects from a Biblical perspective. We hope to equip and encourage parents in giving their children the Tools of Learning. Our mission is "to know God and make Him known".

    SALT and PEPPER -- contact Linda Lam (salt411@yahoo.com) or Anne Hawthorn (anne@drhweb.net). SALT & PEPPER (Southeastern PA) -- contact Linda Lam (SALT) (salt411@yahoo.com) or Anne Hawthorn (SALTeens &PEPPER) (anne@drhweb.net). SALT & PEPPER Weekly classes for homeschoolers gr. 1-12 meet Wednesdays at Church of the Saviour in Wayne. SALT students (gr. 1-8) enjoy morning art, gym, and music/theater classes as well as other activities and field trips. We offer a wide variety of academic courses for SALTeens students (gr. 6-8) in the afternoon and PEPPER students (gr. 9-12) all day, as well as Friday afternoon volleyball. Moms can attend a Wednesday Bible study at COS or have the morning off. We also sponsor an annual book sale and Spring Project Fair. This is a Christian program open to all.

Clarion County

    Clarion County HomeSchoolers -- contact Michelle Forsythe (michelleanddavef@mail.com). A Christ-centered cooperative where homeschoolers serve one another in Clarion and cross counties. We are homeschooling families choosing to join together with other homeschooling families to help meet each other´s homeschooling needs. We are a support group that seeks to work together in unity and promote biblical worldview, Christian principles and godly character in our children. Our goals include educational opportunities that are difficult, impossible or not cost effective to do at home as well as help parents learn the art of homeschooling. With your involvement in a "team" approach, CCHS works to provide: Monthly co-op classes for elementary and secondary students;Parent Support Meetings; Field trips; Performance and Speech opportunities; Monthly newsletter; Automated Phone Tree for up to the minute messages; Continuing education for parents; nursery; preschool classes; Graduation Ceremony.

Clearfield County

    CACHET (Clearfield and surrounding area) -- contact Tammy Witherite (twitheri3rd@aol.com) or Cathy Weibley (jweibley@atlanticbb.net). We are the Clearfield Area Christian Home Educators Team. Currently we are a group of about 40 families, with approximately 20 families regularly involved in weekly activities. We have a weekly Friday afternoon gym class from 1-2 at the Bigler YMCA for all ages of students (split into several groups). Each month we focus on a different sport or skill. Also, for six weeks each fall and spring, a content-area co-op class is offered for students. Topics have included science, art, music, and geography in the past, with classes taught by parent volunteers or local professionals in a chosen subject area. Parent meetings are held once a month. Each year we have several field trip opportunities, an opening family picnic, Christmas caroling to a local nursing home, an annual Academic Fair, and a year-end trip to DelGrosso´s Amusement Park. Opportunities are provided several times a year for moms and/or moms & dads to socialize and support one another. Come and join us!

Clinton County

Columbia County

    Columbia Montour Homeschool Group (Columbia Montour and surrounding areas) -- contact Sommer Schlagel (Col_Mont_Homeschool@yahoo.com). We are a homeschool support group for homeschooling families in Columbia, Montour and surrounding counties. Our focus is to help each other with understanding and complying with the Pennsylvania homeschool law without over complying. We also have a focus on enriching our children´s educational experience. This is an open group, all styles of homeschooling are welcome as are all religions, please keep this in mind and be respectful.

    Common Ground Homeschool Group of the Central Susquehanna Valley (Columbia, Montour counties | Bloomsburg | Berwick | Danville | Lewisburg | and surrounding areas) -- contact Carlyn McKee (livindreamsfarm@gmail.com ). Coordinate and share the journey of homeschooling in the Bloomsburg, Danville, Lewisburg, Berwick and surrounding areas of Pennsylvania. Welcoming of all ages, styles, experience, secularism and faith; Common Ground Homeschool Group of the Central Susquehanna Valley. hscsv@gmail.com

    SHEEP (Susquehanna Home Education Enrichment Program (Columbia) -- contact (sheephomeschool@gmail.com). Our Christian group meets twice monthly from October through April for enrichment classes and socialization. Field trips scheduled periodically. Applications accepted in May and new applicant deadline is July 1 of every year.

Crawford County

    Home Educators of Crawford County -- contact Judith Arnold (HomeEducationCrawfordCounty@yahoogroups.com). We are an inclusive homeschool support group offering free membership to interested families. ALL are welcome, all who educate at home whether through a public cyber, a private online school, afterschooling, or traditional home education. We welcome and support ALL home educating families and families interested in home education, regardless of religion, race, gender, educational philosophy, politics, marital status, age, or sexual preference. Activities vary depending on member interests.

Cumberland County

    Agape Christian Homeschool Organization -- contact Becky Schreiber (njoythejourney77@gmail.com). AGAPE Christian Homeschool Organization (Northern York and Cumberland counties) -- contact Becky Schreiber at njoythejourney77@gmail.com. AGAPE co-op is a Christian co-operative offering a wide range of academic and enrichment classes, many at the Credit level to students from pre-school through high school. We have over 50 families and many qualified teachers participating. We meet on alternate Mondays for all students and weekly for high-schoolers at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton church in Mechanicsburg.

    Classical Conversations of Grantham -- contact Amanda Jodon (amanda@jodons.com) or Valerie Miller (kevalmiller@gmail.com). Have you ever wondered why classical education has been developing strong leaders and thinkers for so many centuries? It is tailor-made for harnessing the power of how students learn best at each level of their development. Classical Conversations has made this time-tested educational process do-able with a thoughtfully crafted curriculum and a community to support you along the way. The Grantham community offers Foundations (age 4-11), Essentials (grades 3-6)and now has a Challenge A class (age 12+) that will will meet weekly to discuss Geography, Latin, Logic, Math, Writing, and Research together in Christian community with the support of a tutor to draw out understanding through the power of thoughtful dialogue. You as the parent will maintain full supervision of your student´s education. Join us!

    Harrisburg Area Cyberschoolers and Homeschoolers (Harrisburg area) -- contact Kathy Ireland (harrisburgcyberschoolers@verizon.net). This is a secular group of over 100 families consisting of both homeschoolers and cyberschoolers. (Many families have a mixture of both.) We are migrating to the yahoo group "Central_PA_schoolathome", so you may want to start there. Many members are also in the co-op "Central PA Educational Co-op", the only co-op (that we know of) in the Harrisburg area that welcomes families of any religious belief.

    Harrisburg Area Homeschoolers Association -- contact Jamey McClintock (hahaofpa@live.com). The Harrisburg Area Homeschoolers Assoc. (HAHA) seeks to inspire, encourage, and equip both cyber and traditional homeschooling families in the five-county area surrounding Harrisburg. They have monthly parental support meetings, workshops, an extensive listing of field trips, curriculum sale, an on-line forum, classifieds, contests, teacher discounts at area businesses, small focus groups, a newsletter, family social events, and a mentoring program.

    Shiremanstown Homeschool Group (South Central PA) -- contact Abigail Baia (admin@shiremanstownhomeschool.com). Shiremanstown Homeschool Group, formerly TnT Homeschool Group, is a coordinated group of independent teachers, parents, and professionals who offer quality classes to local homeschool families. We offer weekly core and elective classes each semester for students in grades 5 - 12. Students can take just one class or several, as needed. Class fees are paid directly to the instructors. Parents are not required to volunteer, and we do not require signing a statement of faith. Contact us through our website or group email address for more information. You can also find us on Facebook at Shiremanstown Homeschool Group.

    Secular Homeschoolers of Cumberland County (SHOCC) (Cumberland county & surrounding areas) -- contact Karynna Lynne (shoccwave-owner@yahoogroups.com). This is a new homeschool support group which is open to all homeschooling families in the area without regard to religious affiliation (or lack thereof) or homeschooling methodology. Our goal is to provide the most inclusive setting possible.

    West Shore Christian Educational Co-op (Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Perry and York Counties) -- contact Brelle Perkins (bperkins@wscec.org). WSCEC is an enrichment co-op for grades K-12. We also offer nursery and preschool. We meet on alternate Wednesdays for 7 sessions in the fall and 7 sessions in the spring for three 55 minute periods each session. Our parents teach a class, assist in a class and have off for a third period; and help in an additional, non-teaching capacity as well. We offer a wide variety of classes from reading, writing and arithmetic to knitting and volleyball. Class options can change each semester. We meet At Christian Life Assembly Church in Camp Hill.

Dauphin County

    Classical Conversations of Harrisburg -- contact Melissa Kipe (mkipe@classicalconversations.com). We have weekly classes to help homeschoolers pursue a classical Christian education at home. Our grammar stage classes cover memory work, fine arts, science project, and presentations. Older grammar students learn writing and English grammar. We hope to equip and encourage parents in giving their children the Tools of Learning. Our mission is "to know God and make Him known".

    STARS -- contact Denise Phillips (Denise4Stars@yahoo.com). STARS is a Christian only co-op that meets twice a month on Fridays in the Colonial Park area. We have 6 regular sessions each semester. Additionally, we have a Safety Day in the spring and a Christmas Party in the Fall. At the end of the year we hold our Fine Arts Festival, where the students have the opportunity to perform or present in front of an audience. There is also a display area for such things as art and science projects, reports, and non-speaking presentations. We have God-centered classes in elementary, middle school, and high school, according to the current needs of our families and availability of teachers. There is a nursery class and a pre-school class as well. Our most often scheduled classes are drama, art, and science labs. Other classes are selected during the summer meetings. We have a members-only web site where information, class syllabi and homework, pictures, and prayer requests can be posted, protected from the general public.

    West Shore Christian Educational Co-op -- contact Jessica Rolf (jessicarolf@hotmail.com). WSCEC is an enrichment co-op for grades K-12. We also offer nursery and preschool. We meet on alternate Thursdays for 7 sessions in the fall and 7 sessions in the spring for three 55 minute periods each session. Our parents teach a class, assist in a class and have off for a third period; and help in an additional, non-teaching capacity as well. We offer a wide variety of classes from reading, writing and arithmetic to knitting and volleyball. Class options can change each semester. We meet At Christian Life Assembly Church in Camp Hill.

Delaware County

    Claritas Classical Academy (Delaware, Chester, Montgomery) -- contact Holly SCHROCK (holly@claritasclassicalacademy.com). Claritas is a homeschool hybrid program meeting two days per week in Bryn Mawr, PA. Claritas. This comprehensive program serves Philadelphia-area homeschool families and their pre-K through high school students with its Christ-centered, classical curriculum. For more information please contact Holly Schrock at holly@claritasclassicalacademy.com or visit our website: www.claritasclassicalacademy.com

    Classical Conversations (Bryn Mawr) -- contact Terry Williams Brown (cc.chalnga@gmail.com). Across the United States, Classical Conversations Communities exist to complement your home-centered education and connect you with like-minded families. Parent-tutors have the privilege of encouraging students toward becoming lifelong learners while also encouraging parents in the classical teaching of their children. Our three curriculum programs support your home-centered education by providing quality teaching tools for you, the parent, as well as quality educational materials. Our guides, books, timeline cards, and multimedia resources have been thoughtfully crafted and selected. The math, science, literature, Latin, history, geography and fine arts studied in our Foundations Program (ages 4-11) represent a broad and interesting body of information. Our Essentials Program (grades 3-6) students work toward mastering English language skills and improving their writing technique. As students move into our Challenge Program (middle and high school levels) and work toward becoming independent learners, they read, discuss, debate, analyze and write about award-winning literature-always within the framework of history and a biblical worldview. One of the greatest benefits of joining our CC Communities is they provide a place for your students to enjoy other students. And let´s face it: Homeschooling is hard work. Parents need a place to plug in and support one another, too!

    Delco-Homeschool (Delaware County and surrounding areas.) -- contact Pauline Harding (askpauline@comcast.net). Delco-Homeschool (Delaware County) -- contact Pauline Harding (askpauline@comcast.net). A free, e-mail "virtual support group" for homeschoolers in Delaware County to post information about upcoming events, opportunities, and concerns in our area. The group is open to all, regardless of educational philosophy or religious beliefs. All posts relating to homeschooling are welcome, with the understanding that each family will take what they like and leave the rest. We have about 500 members, and average 2-3 e-mails per day. Check us out at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/delco-homeschool or subscribe to the group by sending a blank email to delco-homeschool-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

    little town Christian robotics academy (delaware county / philadelphia ) -- contact dan grant (dagrant18@gmail.com). support group we offer field trips, online classes, k-12 curriculum ,parent resources, clubs, activities, homework help, tutoring, robotics league.

    Open Connections -- contact Peter Bergson (info@openconnections.org). An educational resource center that provides a variety of programs and services to young people and their families.

Elk County

Erie County

    Classical Conversations of Erie, PA -- contact Corina Wheeler (bronzebird825@gmail.com) or Karen Alex (KarenAlex5@gmail.com) or Michelle Previte (MichellePrevite@psu.edu). Classical Conversations of Erie, PA, which meets weekly during the school year at First Alliance Church, is a Christian homeschool community based on the classical model of education. Children from Pre-K to 6th grade enjoy our Foundations classes in which a trained tutor creatively introduces the memory work and leads the classroom time. The memory work is divided into 6 subjects: timeline/history, geography, math, science, Latin, and English grammar. In addition to the memory work, students also participate in a fine arts project/lesson, a science experiment/project, and an opportunity to practice oral presentation skills each week. Students, parents, and tutors develop strong friendships, and parents love the academic complement this program provides to their core. Our Essentials program (approx. grades 4-6) teaches the tools of learning in English grammar and writing. Additionally, the kids thrive on the lively math games that are included in this program. The dynamics of the Challenge program (for ages 12 and up) furnishes your homeschooled teen with an education, grounded in a Christian biblical worldview, that can be replicated neither at home nor in traditional schools. If you are new to Classical Conversations, then the Challenge A program is a great place for your teen to begin his or her journey into the classical method of learning since all of the skills necessary to flourish at the more advanced Challenge levels are introduced in this level. From the website: “The Challenge A program offers a full course load of six subjects. Students study at home under their parents’ guidance and come to the seminar once a week ready to discuss the subjects, share a paper, make a presentation, solve problems together, and hear ideas from peers and their mentor. The highlight of the year is when students demonstrate that they can draw an entire world map with countries, states, provinces, capitals, and geographic features labeled. They also learn research skills, writing skills, memorization skills, and presentation skills. Tutors lead discussions and give feedback and encouragement to support parents, who are the lead teachers at home.”

    Erie County Homeschool News (Erie County, NW PA) -- contact Juliane Szubinski (eriecountyhomeschoolnews@gmail.com) or David Bates (eriecountyhomeschoolnews@gmail.com). The Erie County Homeschool Newsletter connects NW PA homeschoolers with local and regional homeschooling events, HSLDA updates, interesting websites, articles for sale, free/low cost community events, testing information, and student writing contests. The newsletter is sent monthly from August through May (10 issues) via email or snail mail. Student submissions to the editor are encouraged.

    Homeschooling Connections of Erie, Pa (Erie County, Pa) -- contact Karen Weaver - Jayme Young (homeschoolingconnections@gmail.com). Welcome to Homeschooling Connections of Erie, PA. Our group includes traditional homeschoolers, cyber schoolers, installers, and everything in between. We are an active group that hosts, classes, field trips, holiday parties, dances, monthly social gatherings, special events, and many other opportunities for local homeschoolers.

Fayette County

    Liberty Home Educators - Fayette County -- contact Melody Collins (libertyhomeeducators@yahoo.com) or Tami Marietta (ewingcrew@juno.com). Liberty Home Educators was formed to offer support and encouragement to anyone who is currently or interested in educating their children at home in the Fayette County and surrounding areas . We offer support group meetings for adults and activities for the children. Conferences and field trips are also offered throughout the year. Keepers of the Faith and Contenders of the Faith classes are also offered.

Forest County

Franklin County

    Chambersburg Classical Conversations (Chambersburg ) -- contact Deanna Martin (dmartin@classicalconversations.com) or Jennifer Ritchie (cc_franklincounty@comcast.net) or Kirsten Harteis (kirstenjharteis@yahoo.com). Classical Conversations seeks to walk alongside home educating parents, redeeming the education of two generations. Our three curriculum programs, Foundations, Essentials and Challenge (for ages 4 - 18)meet weekly to support your home-centered classical education. We endeavor to instill a love of learning in each soul through Grammar Skills, Dialectic Skills and Rhetorical Skills. The Math, Science, English, Latin, History, Geography and Fine Arts studied in our Foundations Program (ages 4-12) represent a broad and fascinating body of information. Our Essentials Program (grades 4 and up) help students work toward mastering English language skills, math skills and improving their writing technique.As students move into our Challenge Program (middle and high school levels), they work toward becoming independent learners as they read, discuss, debate, analyze, and write about award- winning literature and additional subjects including Latin, Science and Math(always within the framework of history and a biblical worldview). Classical Conversations is a rigorous academic program with trained tutors supporting parents in their education needs. Parents are ALWAYS the teachers.

    Mason Dixon Homeschoolers Association -- contact (mdhsaadmin@pa.net). Mason Dixon Homeschoolers Association is located in the Waynesboro/Chambersburg area and serves homeschooling families in South Central PA and Maryland. We offer co-op classes in more than one location. We have several programs, including some sports programs, a homeschool choir, a monthly newsletter, online e-mail groups, field trips, weekly Assisted Learning Program Services (ALPS) for 7-12th grades, a graduation ceremony, and a high school diploma program.

    Potomac Home Learning Circle (South Central PA) -- contact Jessica Reehl (membership@phlic.org) or Tara Petite (info@phlic.org). We are a cooperative learning community, welcoming families of all beliefs and experiences. We are a group of families working together to make homeschooling our children a rewarding and communal experience. Our group is secular, meaning we are not faith-based, and are all-inclusive. We hope to attract open-minded individuals seeking a progressive environment in which to grow and learn with our children, as well as, create lasting friendships.

Fulton County

Greene County

    Greene County Homeschool Group (Greene County) -- contact Juli Benco (jbenco@windstream.net) or Marjorie Swope (minifarm@windstream.net). Our group provides opportunities for homeschooling families to encourage and support one another. We are an open group led by members with a Christian worldview. Our activities include many field trips and programs, both local and to different parts of the greater Pittsburgh region. If you would like more information on our organization, we meet at the Greene Community Church on the third Tuesday of every month at 7:00 p.m.

Huntingdon County

Indiana County

Jefferson County

    Jefferson County DuBois Area Homeschoolers (Jefferson County DuBois Area) -- contact Lisa Bundy (lisab@jcdahs.org). providing you with easy access to information, new perspectives on education, and lots of inspiration and encouragement. We encourage you to join a local homeschool support group to help you become familiar with the law, garner new friendships with those of the same mindset and to glean invaluable advice from seasoned homeschoolers. We also offer a wide range of resources for homeschooling families, and those who would like to homeschool. Visit our website for more information

Juniata County

Lackawanna County

Lancaster County

    CHALC (Coalition of Homeschoolers Across Lancaster County) -- contact CHALC (mail@chalc.org). An umbrella coalition of approx. 30 Lancaster County member support groups, CHALC publishes the county-wide newsletter "Scrawls" and hosts events such as support group leader breakfasts and a graduation ceremony. See www.chalc.org.

    Classical Conversations Ephrata Community (Lancaster/Ephrata) -- contact June Bogle (cc.ephrata@yahoo.com). We are a Christian base homeschool community. Our mission is to know God and make Him know. Our purpose is to equip and train students with the classical tools of learning with a Christ-centered curriculum. We meet once a week for 24 weeks throughout the school year for our Foundations and Essentials program, 30 weeks per year for our Challenge programs. The community is a group of like minded families who come together to fellowship and support each other in homeschooling.

    The Kelly School (Elizabethtown) -- contact Kerri Stein (kerri@thekellyschool.com). Offering private remedial tutoring for dyslexia and dyscalculia. Offering group classes for Gym, Health, Music, Small Engines, Art, English, History, Science, Bible and Spanish.

    Learning Station (Lancaster) -- contact Sonya Lanford (learningstationcoop@gmail.com) or Joy Glick (upperlevelclass@aim.com). Learning Station consists of two tracks--a traditional co op for ages infant through 12th grade and Upper Level where families pay for class(es) for their 7th-12th grade students. We meet on Wednesdays in Lititz and are dedicated to providing mutual support to each other through whichever track best fits a family´s needs.

    Life Enrichment Center (Mt. Joy, PA) -- contact Sherrie Ainsley (tsainsley@embarqmail.com). The Life Enrichment Center is a cooperative group of Christian home-educating families using our skills and education to minister to one another and to share in the spiritual and educational training of our children. Life Enrichment Center provides Jr. and Sr. High courses that assist our students in their diploma/state requirements and life goals, while allowing the individual parent to maintain the ultimate authority and responsibility for the child’s academic achievement. LEC elementary courses provide a fun and safe learning environment to nurture a love of learning without extensive homework requirements. Field trips, picnics, family nights, and mom´s nights are also scheduled throughout the year.

    Lititz Home Educators (Lititz/Lancaster County) -- contact Meg Eichorst (willmeg5@yahoo.com). Lititz Home Educators (LHE) is open to any home-schooling or cyber-schooling family from Lititz or the surrounding Lancaster County region. We are predominately Christians who have joined together to support one another and coordinate a wide variety of activities as we educate our children at home. Membership in LHE can be an invaluable tool for asking questions, finding resources, buying/selling, borrowing, and learning about opportunities. It is also a great way to network with other homeschoolers.

    Northern Lancaster County Home Scool Group (Manheim / Lititz) -- contact Beth Miller (rdeamiller@juno.com). We meet 2 Thursdays a month & for 2002-2003 school year we have art,gym classes,& some field trips. We are open to new members who are willing to partcipate in helping out with the classes.

    Susquehanna Homeschoolers -- contact (susquehannahomeschoolers@gmail.com). Open minded group from K-12. We are a loosely knit community offering support in secular education. Organized science classes, learning fairs and field trips throughout the year. Open to homeschoolers of all faiths and styles. The mission is to engage kids in a creative life and to stimulate the love of learning through our community.

Lawrence County

Lebanon County

    C.E.E.K. (Christians Educating Extraordinary Kids) pronounced as "seek" (Lebanon County & surrounding counties) -- contact Gloria (glorialebanon@aol.com). We are a christian homeschool support group that believes that all kids are gifted with special talents & abilities but do not all learn in the same ways (methods). We support families of all homeschool teaching methods, take field trips, free activites & sports, social event gatherings, community outreach opportunities, optional distant travel trips homeschool ed related, annual rollerskating party, indoor sporting/game events during the fall/winter season, periodic classes for homeschoolers and many more options. Our membership is very affordable with many free extra´s included and memberships are accepted all year long. Email us to request being added to our mailing list & to recd a link to our website/webpage.

    Central Penn TORCH -- contact Kathleen Leedy (spk5367@yahoo.com). We are a group of Catholic homeschoolers in the Lebanon/Hershey area. We run two short unit study co-op sessions per year. We also organize field trips, feast day celebrations, and we host an "International Night" each June with interesting presentations on different countries around the world and lots of great food! We would love to have you join us!

    INCH of Lebanon County -- contact Stacy (inchoflebanoncounty@gmail.com). Welcome to Inclusive Nontraditional Cooperative Homeschoolers* of Lebanon County, PA! We are an eclectic group who home educate for a variety of reasons. We are made up of diverse backgrounds, religions, and cultures. We all use different methods of learning. What we do share in common is a thirst for knowledge and a passion for learning! We have classes and field trips together, we talk together, we play together. If you feel our group is a good fit, please join us! *Metric friendly!

    Learning Center -- contact DanaRae Brouillette (https://www.facebook.com/learningcenterinhershey). Learning Center is a Christian home school parent taught co-op offering nursery through high school classes. We meet in Palmyra twice a month, half days. Learning Center meets the first and third Fridays of the month, September through April. Our students participate in three class periods focusing on elective classes to enhance your portfolio and broaden your exposures to the various arts and sciences. We also offer gym classes to meet your physical ed requirement. Check us out on Facebook.

    Myerstown Enrichment Center -- contact Reni Weixler (rweixler@comcast.net). Founded in 1995, MEC offers a Christ-centered environment for homeschool families. Our co-op provides weekly classes from Nursery through 12th grade. The high school courses are designed to be a full year of academic course work. Field trips are open to all homeschool families in the area. Sign-up for the IOWA achievement tests is in January. Contact us if you would like to be on our mailing lists for upcoming field trips and events or have questions about homeschooling.

Lehigh County

    Classical Conversations Lehigh Valley Community -- Becky Smith (cclehighvalley@yahoo.com). We meet weekly for 24 weeks in Center Valley, PA. Children from Pre-K to approximately 6th grade may join our dynamic Foundations classes where they learn facts using two or more learning styles from six core subjects, practice presentation skills, do hands-on science projects, and work on art and music projects. Our Essentials program teaches 4th-6th graders the tools of learning in English grammar, writing, and math drills.

    EtCH Emmaus Christian Homeschool Co-op -- contact Kerri Goodman (etch.coop@gmail.com). EtCH is a Christian homeschool cooperative that meets on the first and third Wednesday morning of each month for enrichment classes, as well as field trip and social experiences. EtCH provides a welcoming place for students to come together to build relationships while engaging in exciting and creative activities. EtCH is a place where students and parents will find friendship, support and encouragement. We desire to be a co-op where you can know others as well as be known.

    Fireside Academy Community Co-Op (Lehigh-Northampton counties, and beyond) -- contact firesideacademy@gmail.com). Fireside Academy Community Co-op for Homeschoolers is a not-for-profit organization, offering support and encouragement to parents who are teaching their children at home through traditional and cyber-education methods . Fireside Academy will help foster a sense of community for homeschooling families. Our enrichment classes and extra-curricular activities provide opportunities for social interaction with others who understand a lifestyle focused on family and education. Our website and free on-line newsletter keep families informed of upcoming events and opportunities for families of Lehigh and Northampton Counties of Pennsylvania, as well as western New Jersey.

    Lehigh Valley Homeschoolers Field Trip Group (Lehigh Valley County) -- contact Monica Tyler (nikatyler@msn,com). This group is a NEW group that was created by a homeschooling family for other families that homeschool in the Lehigh Valley County, PA. The mission of this group is to provide the families with educational as well as social activities that the families can safely participate in. These activities are organized by the groups members. This group does not have a school affiliation and it does not have a religious affiliation. All religions and forms of homeschooling are welcomed and respected.

    Lehigh Valley Homeschool Group -- contact Donna Cella. We are a group of families living in the Lehigh Valley and surrounding area who are currently homeschooling elementary aged children. We are an active group that have field trips, playdates, tours, and other meetups every week. Members can and are encouraged to participate in organizing activities for the calendar. Our goal is to get together with like-minded families for socialization, group learning, and to offer each other support.

    My Drama Kids -- contact Robin Leisher (Robin@MyDramaKids.com). "My Drama Kids" was founded in the fall of 2006. Over these past four years, we have directed both dramas and musicals at for local school districts. Our past productions have included: "The Music Man", "Guys and Dolls", "Disney´s Beauty and the Beast", "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow", "Bye, Bye Birdie" and "Oliver!". "My Drama Kids" has presented three holiday productions; "The Best Christmas Pageant Ever", "A Charlie Brown Christmas" and "Emmet Otter´s Jug-Band Christmas". We have also just completed the forth successful year of our summer drama workshop. It is thrilling to see the love of theater grow in each one of my students. We strive to create a wholesome environment where everyone fits it. The rules are strict and our hard work in evident by our nearly sold out performances. Beyond the praise and applause, the friendships made and the life lessons learned are the most valuable benefits of such a program.

    Players of the Stage Fine Arts Center (Lehigh Valley) -- contact Elisabeth Barshinger (tgbembus@yahoo.com). Players of the Stage Fine Arts Center (Lehigh Valley) -- contact Beth Barshinger (tgbembus@yahoo.com). We are a group of families that meet every Monday for classes from November to April. We offer classes in Music, Art, Drawing, Painting, Music, Recorder, Theater, Shakespearean Reader’s Theater, Creative Writing, Research and Speech, Poetry Writing, Introduction to Philosophy, Literature Classes-C.S. Lewis and the Inklings and Little House on the Praire, Beginning Ballet, Latin and Sign Language. We offer classes from pre-school to 12th grade. We also run theater summer day camps and stage full length productions of classical works.

    Providence Hybrid Academy (Lehigh Valley) -- contact Rebecca Foley (admin@providencehybridacademy.org) or Angie Wakeman (). We are a Charlotte Mason inspired nonprofit combining the best of homeschooling with the best of private schooling. Students Kindergarten-2nd grade attend class on Thursdays and Fridays (drop-off) at our campus in Hellertown from 9:30-3:30 for a full range of subjects including Bible, Spanish, Art and Composer study, Reading, Writing, Math, Living History, and Nature Study. Classes are short and hands-on as much as possible, and we prioritize outdoor play and multiple recesses (especially our Kindergarten, which is play-based). Experienced teachers support parents in ´home´ work done the remaining days of the week. Home days focus mainly on reinforcing and practicing the core academics such as math, writing, and reading while leaving plenty of freedom in the children´s schedules. Our goal is to meet the needs of parents who want a middle ground between full-time homeschool and full-time school. Check out our site and email us for more information!

    The Well: A Christian Homeschool Co-Op at Jacob´s Church (Lehigh Valley) -- contact Leslie Ford (ljn21@aol.com) or JJ Reppert (). The Well is a Christian co-op with the intent of providing social interaction within our community while engaging in extracurricular activities such as Phys. Ed., Art, Music, Cooking, Gardening, etc.

Luzerne County

Lycoming County

    CHEF Co-op Lycoming County (Lycoming County (and beyond)) -- contact Laura Heilenman (devoted2in88@gmail.com) or Linda Williams (str1k3r@verizon.net). CHEF Co-op (Lycoming Co and surrounding areas) -- The CHEF co-op provides weekly academic and enrichment classes to area home educated students. Our website is www.chefco-op.org for more information about who we are and how you can participate in the future. Registration for classes takes place in June of each year.

    Jersey Shore Homeschool Association (Jersey Shore area, including Lock Haven to Williamsport) -- contact Kimberly Boxmeyer (jshomeschooler@boxmeyer.net). JSHA comprises many homeschooling families from Lycoming and Clinton counties in North Central Pennsylvania. While we are primarily a Christian group, any family is welcome. We hold co-op classes, including gym class, in the fall and spring. Throughout the year we also meet for other activities of educational and social natures including activity days, field trips, year-end presentations, picnics, and friendly support. We´d love to have you join us!

    Williamsport Homeschoolers (Williamsport) -- contact Christine Kight (christine.kight@comcast.net). This group is for Williamsport homeschoolers. This group will allow us to get to know each other, share ideas and / or resources, and maybe setup up for ourselves SMALL informal education sharing opportunities with those we feel comfortable, and are compatible with.

McKean County

    C.H.A.O.S. / 4H (McKean County) -- contact Naomi Raught (CHAOS4H@gmail.com). We are the Christian Homeschoolers Association Of Smethport. We are also a McKean County 4 H group. Our group is open to families in and around the Smethport, PA area. We are always looking for more members. We meet as able, for learning and fun with each other. We also have field trips. We are willing to join with other groups to cut expenses for trips and would love to network with you and your group. We now have a facebook page. (CHAOS4H) If you would be interested in this page, please leave send a message on facebook to the administrator. Thanks for your interest.

    HomeSchool´ers (NW PA, SW NY) -- contact Nancy Hurst (HurstOnTheHill@yahoo.com). Area Homeschoolers Uniting to enjoy field trips and events! Bowling Leagues, YMCA Homeschool "Gym" classes with certified instructors, Mid-Way Park HomeSchool Day, FREE 6 FLAGS Darien Lake Tickets via the reading program! Kids and MOM get FREE tix JUST for reading 6 hours!!, Homeschool Track Team! Coming this fall, Homeschool SOCCER TEAM! Many more tours and events. OPEN TO ALL HOMESCHOOLERS. Inter-Denominational. Trips and Events MONTHLY!

Mercer County

Mifflin County

    Mifflin County Christian Homeschoolers -- contact Tiffany Erhard (tiffanyerhard@yahoo.com). We are a Christian homeschool group in Mifflin County. We get together for field trips, winter gym January-March, a father daughter banquet, homemakers´ club, science night, speech/project/history night, international food and night. We also have a yearbook committee, end of the year homeschool family picnic that recognizes seniors graduating, a "back to homeschool" night, monthly newsletters, and moms´ nights out. This group is open to all homeschool and cyber school families in the Mifflin County area. We would love to have you join us for fellowship, learning, and support!

Monroe County

    AANEPennsylvaniaHomeschoolers (Carbon, Monore, Lehigh, North Hampton, Pike) -- contact Lynn S. (AANEPennsylvaniaHomeschoolers@yahoogroups.com ). This homeschooling group is open to families of color who are homeschooling in Carbon, Monore, Pike, Lehigh, North Hampton, Wayne and the surrounding areas. Let come to gather to share cultural lessons, trips, ideas, lesson plans, recipes, cultural games and so much more.

    Blue Ridge Homeschool Group. We welcome people of all school philosophies. There is optional attendance for all programs, and no group fees other than costs of field trips, materials, etc. We welcome families with students of any age, and our members use a variety of homeschooling approaches and styles. We meet in Chestnuthill Township, Monroe County, PA.

    Classical Conversations Community (Stroudsburg) -- contact gbayne@classicalconversations.com. We are a Classical Christian Community that meets once a week using the nationally known Classical Conversations program as our guide. We aim to teach the "tools of learning" to our children as well as equip parents to foster within themselves as well as their children a love for learning. We provide accountability, support and encouragement amongst one another each week.

    God Made Me Special -- contact Sandy (purposedrivenheart@yahoo.com). God Made You Special!-This group is open to any parent who is currently homeschooling or cyber schooling their child with special needs. We are looking for parents who would be willing to exchange information, life experiences, and resources relevant to homeschooling a special needs child. We will make every effort to support parents through prayer, encouragement, and to provide practical resources to help you, help your child. We are committed to fostering “God Made You Special” a special and safe community. Our ultimate goal is to equip our children with effective tools to become all that God created them to be.

    Pocono Mountain Bible Fellowship -- contact Rosie N. (homeschoolers@pmbfc.org). Our support group is open to all. You are welcome to attend even if you are not presently homeschooling. Monthly meetings consist of a time of sharing and praying together. We also offer testing and an annual Presentation Night for the kids to showcase what they learned during the year. While we do not offer actual child care during the meetings, age appropriate activities will be provided. May God bless you on your homeschool journey. For more information, click on our name to visit our website.

    TRACCHS Co-op -- contact Deb Esposito (debmont@verizon.net). TRACCHS (TRain up A Child Christian Home Schoolers) is a multi-cultural, cooperative home education ministry designed to offer an affordable opportunity for local homeschooling families to join together, share talents and combine resources in order to support one another in common educational and spiritual goals. While we represent many denominations, we intend that all of our activities and interactions be clearly consistent with Biblical principles. TRACCHS Co-op offers: • Academic and Enrichment classes taught from a Christian/Biblical perspective • TRACCHS Yahoo! Group for internal communications • TRACCHS KIDS Yahoo! Group for internal communications • Socials and celebrations for all ages • 20, full-day, regular Thursday class meeting dates (Nursery-12th Grade) • Numerous alternate Thursday classes/activities (optional for Co-op members) • Field Trips • Yearly Presentation/Exhibit/Award Days • Individual & class group pictures (additional charge) • Standardized Educational Testing (Iowa Test of Basic Skills)- Additional charge applies. • Family Learning & Adventure Days • Family "Free Table" • Curriculum Loan • Library Loan (Includes books, multimedia, academic games & equipment) • Choir • Yearbook Club • Youth Leadership Opportunities and more! Classes meet @2x per month at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Tannersville, PA.

Montgomery County

    Brennan Family Classroom -- contact Lenora Brennan (bfc07@msn.com). An independent family educational support group to home school families and other home school support groups. Many services available, ie.. study groups, classes, fieldtrips, penpal, reading & art clubs, music & more!

    The Bucks/Montco Homeschoolers (Bucks, Montgomery and nearby areas) -- contact Fredricka Davis (davisentp@hotmail.com). We are a group of parents ad students looking to provide additional opportunities for our virtual/home-schooled children to thrive in all areas as well as support for our parent/coaches. Our group will host events to foster friendships, socialization, learning and parent/coach support. Join us and look for our first "meet and greet" soon as we develop members. We will offer social and educational opportunities this Spring and Summer to build relationships that will offer increased support for children and parents moving into the 2013/14 school year and beyond. To join click here http://www.meetup.com/The-Bucks-Montco-Homeschoolers/

    Classical Conversations: Willow Grove Community -- contact Mirta Tenni-Atreides (mirtacchawillowgrove@gmail.com). Challenge A program open for enrollment. The goal of Classical Conversations is to develop life-long skills of learning through parental leadership; to discover unifying principles within a variety of disciplines; to discuss issues from a biblical worldview within an academic community with the purpose of cultivating wisdom and virtue. Subjects are integrated around universal themes and ideas while compared with a biblical world- view. Our Challenge programs provide classical, Christian community for homeschool families with students in 7th-12th grades. The Challenge programs typically meet once a week for fifteen weeks in the fall and fifteen weeks in the winter/spring months. Challenge A seeks to introduce middle school students to the rigorous course work of the Challenge Program. It is a mix of grammar, dialectic materials, and an introduction to basic rhetoric. We purposefully limit the amount of reading to give students time to work on their writing skills. The Challenge A program is less demanding than later Challenges, yet it bridges students from the earlier parent/tutor-directed Foundations level to a more self- directed and fulfilling level of learning.

    Davisville Homeschool Connection -- contact Ally Sorensen (ally.horton.sorensen@gmail.com) or Michelle Fitt (mkfitt@gmail.com). We meet at Davisville Church in Southampton on Tuesday mornings from 9:15am - 1:45pm. (10 weeks in the fall and 10 weeks in the spring - actual times may vary slightly). There are no co-op classes on the 4th Tuesday of every month, throughout active semesters. We offer classes for children from pre-k up to 10th grade, who may participate in gym, along with various subject classes. Field trips are also organized throughout the semester. Nursery care is available for the littles under age 3. The members of the co-op teach or co-teach the classes. Generally speaking, new parents are not asked to teach during their first semester.

    Eastern Montgomery Co. Homeschoolers -- contact Janice Firth (Janicefirth@hotmail.com). Yahoo e-newsletter, 200+ members. Monthly Moms´ meeting. Roller skating, ice skating, YMCA activities, co-ops, choirs, classes.

    GEZ: Girls Empowerment Zone -- contact Mrs. Lisa Dent (GEZ@TheWomensEmpowermentSeries.org) or Lauren Johnson (info@TheWomensEmpowermentSeries.org). I´m a Homeschooling Mom of 2 and created a non- profit that includes a host of engagements just for girls ages 7-14 and Moms * GEZ: 2017 Summer "camp" Experince in Lafayette Hill, PA * Mother - Daughter weekend Retreat in June

    Homeschoolers of Eastern Montgomery County Meetup Group (Eastern Montgomery County and surrounding areas) -- contact Corrie Angell (homeschoolersofemcpa@yahoo.com). We are an inclusive support group for all homeschoolers, unschoolers, and cyberschoolers in Eastern Montgomery County and surrounding areas. Our goal is to nurture a social community for our families that is filled with support and long lasting friendships. Join us to connect with other families, plan playdates and field trips, and share educational information with other members.

    L.I.G.H.T. Homeschool Group (Learning Is Great Homeschooling Together) (Harleysville/Souderton and surrounding area) -- contact (lighthsg@gmail.com). LIGHT is a Christian-based homeschool group for 2nd -12th graders that provides opportunities for homeschool students to interact and establish friendships while participating in organized activities. We meet the second Friday of every month from September to May and offer various classes including gym. We also have picnics at the park, provide various Field Trip opportunities and also hold a Spring Project Fair each year. LIGHT provides a social environment for moms (or dads) to develop relationships and exchange ideas and support. Each registered parent is required to assist in various tasks which enable the program to succeed (i.e.: cleaning, gym/class support). We require that at least one child is starting 2nd grade. Planned activities are provided for Pre-K to 1st grade siblings during school-age classes.

    Living Bridges Education Program -- contact 610-525-4770 (staff@livingbridges.org). The Living Bridges Education Program provides support for Catholic homeschooling families, offering both an Academic Program and an Enrichment Program. We meet at St. Titus in East Norriton, PA.

    Norristown Area Homeschoolers (Montgomery County and surrounding areas) -- contact Brandi (mom2aidngabe@yahoo.com). We are a welcoming, inclusive group of homeschooling families in central Montgomery county. Although most of our field trips, play groups and classes take place in the central part of the county, we do have families from all over Montgomery and surrounding counties. Group activities can be found on our website. We hope to see you soon!

    Norristown to Collegeville Homeschoolers (Facebook group) (Norristown, Eagleville, Trooper, Collegeville, Audubon) -- contact https://www.facebook.com/groups/549201461824974/ (). This is a facebook group for families homeschooling in the areas of West Norriton, Trooper, Eagleville, Audubon, and Collegeville. The facebook group exists to connect homeschooling families to others living locally to each other.

    Plymouth Meeting Classical Conversations -- contact Denee Voluntad (denee.voluntad@yahoo.com). The Plymouth Meeting campus is an intimate group of home schooling families. We welcome new families that are interested in pursuing a Classical Christian Education. Our mission is "to know God and make Him known". Our grammar stage classes cover memory work, fine arts, science project, and presentations. Older grammar students learn writing and English grammar. We hope to equip and encourage parents in giving their children the Tools of Learning. We strive to help homeschoolers pursue a classical Christian education at home.

    Pottstown Area Homeschoolers (Western Montgomery, Southern Berks County and Northern Chester County) -- contact Elizabeth Flint (Pottstownarea.homeschoolers@yahoo.com). We serve families in Southern Berks, Northern Chester and Western Montgomery Counties. Pottstown is where we hold our monthly support group meetings and could be a considered a central location for us. We all homeschool or plan to homeschool but we do not all use the same methods. ANY family that educates at home or is considering educating at home is welcome, including cyber- charter schoolers. We have weekly gatherings on Monday´s in the afternoon, once a month support meetings for the educators, and low-cost field trips throughout the year. We would love to meet you at our next meeting! Can´t wait ´til our next meeting?? :) Questions can be sent to Pottstownarea.homeschoolers@yahoo.com for an email response.

    Sola Gratia Musicians (Bucks and Montgomery Counties) -- contact Janice Firth (firthfamily@gmail.com). Sola Gratia Musicians, Inc. (SGM) is a Christian educational organization offering musical training and choral experience to home–educated students. 100+ students. Founded in 2006.

    Southeastern PA Homeschool Group -- contact Julie (julieandryan@ymail.com). This group is a home on the web for home educating families in the Southeastern PA counties. There will be activities posted weekly that you can take advantage of. Meet members, have fun and create memories!! Visit our site and join in the fun!

    Western Montgomery County PA Homeschoolers (Western Montgomery County, PA) -- contact (westernmontgomerycountypahomeschoolers@yahoogroups.com). A yahoo group for homeschooling families in the Western region of Montgomery County, PA. A place to share and find a variety of homeschool info, field trip ideas, and other homeschooling resources.

Montour County

    Milton Homeschoolers. Milton PA Area Homeschoolers comprises many homeschooling families from Northumberland, Columbia, Montour Counties and other Central PA locations. While we are primarily a Christian group, any family is welcome. We plan to hold co-op classes in the fall and spring as well as other activities of educational and social natures including an annual "Share Fair" and graduation ceremony. We also have many field trips and other social opportunities for homeschoolers in our area.

Northampton County

    Fireside Academy -- contact (firesideacademy@gmail.com). Fireside Academy is a welcoming community of learners with classes for K-12 taught by parents who come together on Tuesdays from mid September through May. There are many academic classes as well as electives and each child can create their own individual class list consisting of one to 6 classes a day. The school also has many field trips and social events during the year.

    His Kids Christian Homeschoolers -- contact Laura Kichline (laurakichline@yahoo.com). We are a Christian Homeschool group providing support and encouragement to the homeschool community. We do this through monthly mom´s meetings, activity days including but not limited to gym and art, field trips, social events, yearly used curriculum fairs, and other activities as planned. Our meetings are held at Bethany Wesleyan Church. Student ages range from pre-k through 17.

Northumberland County

    Northumberland County Homeschoolers -- contact Sheila Baranoski (sheilabaranoski@gmail.com). This group is for homeschoolers who want to plan outings, activities, field trips, etc. in Northumberland County. The group is open to any and all homeschoolers, unschoolers, and cyber school families regardless of homeschooling style or religion. The meetup.com format helps us plan and organize activities.

Perry County

    Perry County Homeschoolers -- contact Carol Clabaugh (pchomeschoolers@gmail.com) or Evonne McNaughton ( 717-582-7547) or Linda Jo Sangrey (717-789-4845). We are a Christian, non profit volunteer ministry committed to giving information, guidance, support and encouragement to homeschooling families. We offer monthly moms meeting, monthly teen activities, service projects, field trips, fire safety, Talent show, Achievement fair, year book, and offer information on co ops for all ages. Our website keeps members current on events, members can also receive the HSLDA discount.

    West Shore Christian Educational Co-op -- contact Jessica Rolf (jessicarolf@hotmail.com). WSCEC is an enrichment co-op for grades K-12. We also offer nursery and preschool. We meet on alternate Thursdays for 7 sessions in the fall and 7 sessions in the spring for three 55 minute periods each session. Our parents teach a class, assist in a class and have off for a third period; and help in an additional, non-teaching capacity as well. We offer a wide variety of classes from reading, writing and arithmetic to knitting and volleyball. Class options can change each semester. We meet At Christian Life Assembly Church in Camp Hill.

Philadelphia County

    Eclectic Learning Network (Philadelphia) -- contact Maleka Diggs (maleka@eclecticlearningnetwork.com). Eclectic Learning Network is a diverse, inclusive and secular member-based network; dedicated to supporting home/unschool families through community, connection, and awareness that reflect the cultural and interest-driven needs of our children. Providing year-round programs, evaluations, field trips and more.

    Mt. Airy Homeschooling Co-op -- contact Adam Rice (join@mtairyhomeschoolingcoop.org). We are a group of homeschooling and unschooling families from the Philadelphia area working together to provide a gathering place for our children to engage in learning and social opportunities. Our mission is to provide a quality diverse, secular, and inclusive environment in which children are nurtured while engaging in classes and activities in a climate of mutual respect.

    Robinson co-op (Philadelphia ) -- contact Alexis Robinson (keyes349@hotmail.com). support group we offer field trips, online classes, k-12 curriculum parent resources, clubs, activities, pen pals, homework help, tutoring, jr. and fll first robotics league.

    South Philadelphia Homeschoolers Support Group (South Philadelphia) -- contact Pam Powles . Meets 2nd Thursday every other month October to June from 12:00 - 1:30 p.m. at St. John´s Baptist Church, 1232 Tasker Street. All homeschoolers are welcome.

    Talking Stick Learning Center (Philadelphia) -- contact Angie Hoppel (angie@talkingsticklearningcenter.org). Talking Stick Learning Center is a non-profit educational initiative that offers homeschoolers an environment in which to explore, collaborate, and create. Located at Awbury Arboretum in Mt Airy, Talking Stick classes for young people ages 4-17 organically help foster essential life skills such as decision making, creative problem solving, communication, self-management, and critical thinking.

Pike County

    LEAP Homeschool Co-Op ((Matamoras and Milford area) -- contact Dawn Clark (leaphomeschool@gmail.com). We are a homeschool co-op on the boarder of NY, NJ and PA. Our program uses local churches both in NY and PA. We meet every Friday for enrichment and academic classes. Classes are designed for preschool through high school. They include hands on sciences, writing workshops, 4H club, music, art, PE, and drama club just to name a few. Field trips, community service projects, National Spelling Bee and Geography Bee tournaments, Science/History Fairs, Stanford Achievement Testing (SAT) and an Annual Parent Support Dinner are also a part of our group. Please visit our website for more info.

Potter County

Schuylkill County

    Schuylkill County Homeschool Group -- contact Nancy Gauvreau (nancegauvreau@gmail.com). Schuylkill County Homeschool Group is an inclusive group for homeschoolers in and around Schuylkill County. Meet other families taking responsibility for educating their children! We offer field trips, educational tours, playdates, fun group learning, seasonal parties and more. Homeschoolers of all religious backgrounds, educational philosophies and ages are welcome!

    SCULPT -- Schooling Children Under Loving Parent Teachers (Schuylkill, Carbon, Upper Lehigh, Northern Berks and Monroe Counties) -- contact Marie Courtney (sculpt@losch.net). SCULPT serves parents who want information about and assistance in starting and/or maintaining a home education program in Pa. Other activities include: Local Spelling Bee, Geography Bee, Iowa Basic Skills and CAT Testing, field trips, and special activities. Weekly or Bi-weekly classes are being considered for the Spring or Fall of 2003

Snyder County

    Susquehanna Valley Homeschoolers -- contact Melissa Dillman (mdillman99@aol.com). We are serving all areas in & around Snyder county to support home educators. We have co-ops; field trips; parent support; links and info to community activities. Please visit our blog at www.homeschoolblogger.com/susquehannavalley

Somerset County

Sullivan County

Susquehanna County

Tioga County

    ENRICH -- contact Al and Sharon Quimby (qkids@ptd.net). ENRICH offers a variety of activities organized by parent member-volunteers: Parent meetings, field trips, encouragement and regulation information, annual standardized testing, year-end member promotion & graduation ceremony.

Union County

Venango County

    Venango County Home School Group -- contact Wendy (Venango_HSG-owner@yahoogroups.com). Venango County Home Schooling Group, started to gather fellow homeschoolers together in Venango Co., Pennsylvania and surrounding areas. Not only a support group for parents, a place to share homeschooling information, create events/fieldtrips, resources, maybe even a few other opportunities. Everyone is welcome to join regardless if homeschooling or just seeking information on homeschooling for options on education.

Warren County

Washington County

Wayne County

    H.I.S. Home Is Sacred -- contact Amanda Harrill (yield2christ@gmail.com). We are a Christian Home School Group that currently meets in Honesdale, PA. 2011-2012 Classes: Phys-Ed, Photography, Literature and History Club. 2013 Class Plan: Phys-Ed, Art,Drama,Literature,Photography, History Club and Music. Parents must stay in the building while children are in class. Fees apply.

    WCPA Homeschool Group (NE PA) -- contact Jeanne (jeanne@nep.net). WCPA Homeschool is a group of families who meet weekly for fun, socialization, group projects and occasional field trips. We currently collect no dues but do make a yearly collection for donations to the Community Center where we meet. We are an inclusive group and anyone is welcome to join. Our rules are simple. Children are expected to behave with kindness respect to each other and adults. A parent is required to stay with the child for the meeting.

Westmoreland County

    Arts in Unison (Westmoreland & Fayette Counties) -- contact Melissa Lough (lough@atlanticbb.net). Arts in Unison is a Christian theatre group for homeschoolers. For more information, visit www.homeschooldrama.blogspot.com

    LMCA (Greensburg) -- contact Jessica Krom (jessicareuther@hotmail.com). We offer classes two days per week to homeschooled students in grades 1 to 11 (12th grade added in 2017). Current offerings include: IEW writing, history, science, art, Latin, Civics. Our website is: http://www.lmca-homeschoolers.org/

    Natural Mommies Homeschooling (Westmoreland, Washington, Allegheny County) -- contact Jaime Schoff (jlschoff@hotmail.com). We are a homeschooling group who just started out in September 2013. We live our life naturally and holistically. We welcome all families who teach traditional, Montessori, Waldorf, or any other type of eclectic learning. At this point, we get together to attend the homeschooling programs throughout the Pittsburgh region. We hope to grow in the coming years.

    STEP-UP Enrichment Program at Saint Vincent College -- contact Mrs. Wanda M. Reynolds (wanda.reynolds@email.stvincent.edu). The STEP-UP Enrichment Program began as the Norwin Homeschooling Co-op in the fall of 2002. It later moved the location of its classes to the campus of Saint Vincent College in Latrobe. The Education Department of the college has coordinated the program since the fall of 2006. Enrichment courses (Preschool to Grade 12)are offered on campus for ten weeks every Friday afternoon during the spring and fall semesters. The courses are taught by college students who are enrolled in the teacher certification program. Mrs. Reynolds is the Coordinator of the STEP-UP Program at the college.

    Westmoreland County Homeschoolers -- contact Dana McQueen (danamcqueen@yahoo.com) or Christopher McQueen (rncyco99@yahoo.com). We are a group of homeschoolers that get together informally for activities for the kids. Activities include holiday parties, informal get togethers at local parks, and field trips to educational sites. All methods of homeschooling are welcome (homeschoolers, cyberschoolers, unschoolers). This is not a religious-based group. We have 2 goals of this group: to provide socialization for our children through playtime and social activities, and to provide socialization to parents who find it difficult to get out of the home without their children for "parent only" meetings.

Wyoming County

York County

    Classical Conversations of York - Challenge B (East/Central York) -- contact Cathy Bitts (cbitts@classicalconversations.com). Classical Conversations is a support for you, the homeschooling parent by providing a tutor who you and your child meet with once/week for a rigorous, college prep set of 6 seminars. Information is introduced and practiced classically in a classroom environment which allows for processing and discussion. At home, the student prepares for the next week under the supervision of his teacher/parent. Sessions are 15 weeks in the fall and 15 in the winter. Classical Conversations is a national organization which is spreading quickly through Pennsylvania. It is comprehensive, having programs for children 4 - HS in an integrated, classical program.

    Dillsburg Classical Conversations -- contact Janet Emrich (emrich6@verizon.net). We are a classical Christian community that starts at age 4. Classical education is based on the trivium, the 3 levels of learning. It is sometimes called “leadership education” because it builds skills needed for leadership: logic, debate, public speaking, clear reasoning, researching, writing, and communicating. These skills are practiced in every subject (math, science, history, geography, Latin, fine arts, and more), which prepares students to become leaders in any field they pursue.

    FACE Co-op (York and Adams Counties) -- contact Suanna Myers (jsmyers5@centurylink.net) or Becky Fleming (micah4@comcast.net). We meet from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. every Thursday in Hanover, PA from September through the end of April. We offer three (1) hour class periods on co-op days plus field trips, science and International Day fairs, Mom´s Night Out events, and various other activities. Classes are high school level down through Kindergarten. Pre- school and nursery classes are available for siblings of registered students. Various core subjects and electives are offered.

    Social Home Educators of York -- contact Kim Kucherer (sheyhomeschool@gmail.com).

    West Shore Christian Educational Co-op (Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Perry and York Counties) -- contact Brelle Perkins (bperkins@wscec.org). WSCEC is an enrichment co-op for grades K-12. We also offer nursery and preschool. We meet on alternate Wednesdays for 7 sessions in the fall and 7 sessions in the spring for three 55 minute periods each session. Our parents teach a class, assist in a class and have off for a third period; and help in an additional, non-teaching capacity as well. We offer a wide variety of classes from reading, writing and arithmetic to knitting and volleyball. Class options can change each semester. We meet At Christian Life Assembly Church in Camp Hill.

    York Home School Association, Inc. (York County) -- contact Robin Wilson (coordinator@yhsa.org) or Karen Heybey (tech@yhsa.org). YHSA is a Christian home school group that supports Act 169/RFPA home schoolers in the York County area. We offer a wide array of activities to support our families including a curriculum fair, support groups for moms, Park Days, small groups for hobbies and specific studies, and lots more. The website is up to date with an interactive calendar.

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