Support Groups and Supplementation

The School at Sylvan Learning Center Academy Days Homeschool Co-op Please visit our website for a list of classes being offered for the upcoming school year. Held weekly during the school year at Grace Community Church in Millbrook, this affordable co-op is designed for students (preschool through high school) to gather for subjects difficult to teach at home or best taught in group setting.  The co-op is open to all homeschoolers of any covering. Carren Joye, carren@outlookacademy.com  http://www.academydays.com

 
BRICKS 4 KIDZ Afterschool enrichment, in-school workshops, birthday parties and so much more. We service the Montgomery area and we look forward to reaching out and serving the children of this great city. We introduce the concept of S.T.E.M. (science, technology, engineering and mathematics). Please call , Stephanie Shuford for more information. (334) 721.4111    www.bricks4kidz.com/392

 
Central Alabama Homeschool Co-op CAHC is a Christian academic cooperative for compulsory age children that meets once a week for 15 weeks in both the fall and spring semesters. Each semester we will have two breaks and one half day assembly with a potluck lunch. We also offer a nursery and Pre-K class. We will meet on Thursdays from 9:00am to 2:35pm. We will offer four 55 minutes classes as well as one 30 minute grade level math lab. Tanya Murphy, (334) 398.2008 centralalabamahomeschoolcoop@gmail.com  www.rivercrestacademy.com   (under co-op tab)

 

 

Classical Conversations (CC) CC is a community based homeschool program in the form of support groups that get together weekly. Group leaders help to equip parents to homeschool through a series of academic services, tutors, and meetings. CC offers kindergarten through 6th grade with an introduction to History, Math, Science, Latin, English, Institute of Excellence in Writing (IEW) and Language arts. Finally, the 7th through 12 grade students work on challenging curriculum that involves Saxon math, Apologia Sciences, Classic Literature, Writing, debating, and much more. “CC exists to know God and to make Him known.” Please visit our website for chapters in your area. https://www.classicalconversations.com

 

Elmore County Homeschool Organization (ECHO)  A social/support group for homeschooling families.  We provide a positive socialization environment for homeschooled children, and support & encourage their parents in the homeschooling process.  We welcome all families from any county. We meet the second and fourth Friday of every month during the school-year from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at Harvest Fields Community Church in Deatsville. Membership is free. ECHO offers field trips, holiday parties, enrichment activities, social activities, teen only events, and a yearly awards ceremony. Catherine Ray (334-285-2558) and Tanya Murphy (334-799-7119)   elmore.co.homeschool.org@gmail.com   www.onlineecho.com

 

Fellowship of Home Educators (FHE) FHE is a group of families in Prattville and surrounding area who support one another in the area of home education.  We offer many educational opportunities as well as social gathering for our children. http://groups.yahoo.com/group/fhenewsandinfo/

 

Homeschooling in the River Region A local Facebook page with other Mothers like you. They list any local events and activities geared towards homeschoolers and support. A great place to meet new homeschooling families. Search for us under Homeshooling in the River Region on Facebook.

 
L.I.F.T. LIFT is a supplemental program to homeschooling your students. It was developed with the intention of assisting parents of students 12 years old through students 19 years old in areas they may not feel fully confident to teach.  Members of other church school ministries who pay the activities fee to Ezekiel Academy may participate in LIFT. Sharon Hubbard, 286.9957   www.liftmontgomery.org

 

Maxwell Area Home Educators (MAHE) Maxwell Area Home Educators is a support group formed primarily to encourage military homeschoolers in the MGM (Maxwell/Gunter/Montgomery) area regardless of their reasons for homeschooling, philosophy, or method of instruction.  MAHE is NOT a legal “church school,” but a network of homeschoolers working together to assist one another in our homeschooling efforts.  If you are new to homeschooling or are long term homeschool parents looking to broaden your child’s academic experience, there is much we can do to help you. http://groups.yahoo.com/group/MAHE/

 
Montgomery Homeschoolers This group was created for all home schooling families in the Montgomery area. We are hoping to plan field trips, or attend field trips with others. Play Dates, gatherings, support, etc…. This group can also be used for curriculum resources and help with planning. Please search for us under Montgomery Homeschoolers on Facebook.

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