Ace Homeschool Association is Catawba County’s largest homeschool support group. Ace is currently serving around 250 families and provides help and encouragement to parents to fulfill their God-given rights and responsibilities to educate their own children. Ace operates by an established standard of conduct to facilitate and maintain good relationships among its members. Ace helps you stay connected with local, regional, state and national homeschool news and events, as well as, gives personal support, encouragement, help, and guidance through your homeschool journey. Ace even has a homeschool curriculum library free of charge to assist you financially with your children.
Homeschool Support Groups
Below is an alphabetical list of homeschool support groups throughout North Carolina. If you would like to add your group to our list, you will need to send us your information. To have your group information changed or removed, please contact us.
Agape Leadership Development is a homeschool group for Onslow and surrounding counties. Their mission is to provide Christian, group activities and support to all homeschoolers in Onslow and surrounding counties through which our families will grow in fellowship one with another and in the way of the Lord, while providing the flexibility and variety essential to integrate with current curriculum schedules.
Association of Roman Catholic Homeschoolers (ARCH) is a support group for Roman Catholic homeschoolers. The mission of ARCH is to promote homeschooling among Catholic families and to support those families who are engaged in providing their children’s education at home. The foundation of ARCH activities and functions is fidelity to the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church including its Bishops in union with Rome.
Cabarrus County Home School Association (CCHSA) is a nondenominational Christian support group in North Carolina. Benefits of membership include educational and social opportunities, sharing of resources, updates on legal issues and requirements, group privileges and discounts as well as mentoring and group support.
Cary Homeschoolers is an all-inclusive, secular homeschool support group based in Cary, NC. Membership is open to all homeschooling families in and around the Cary area. We do not require or endorse adherence to any particular belief system, educational method or philosophy. Their primary purpose is to help children develop and maintain social connections with other young people in the Cary area. They meet in-person and use park days, game days, play dates, field trips and classes as tools to help encourage these relationships.
Central Carolina Home Educators (CCHE) offers a variety of classes to supplement your teaching at home and to give kids an opportunity to fellowship with other homeschooled kids on a weekly basis. There are a variety of subjects and the cost is on a class-by-class basis. They offer age appropriate field trips for elementary levels and for middle-high school levels, meetings monthly for moms to gather for fellowship and information sharing, testing, graduation ceremonies, proms, yearbooks, talent shows and more.
Charlotte Mason Mothers - North Carolina (CM-MothersNC) is a local Christian homeschool support group in the Triangle area of North Carolina for mothers who are utilizing Charlotte Mason's teachings in home education.
Dayspring Home Educators provides support to homeschooling families of the greater Raleigh area through encouragement, information and activities. Dayspring is a Christian organization governed by Christian principles. Dayspring is open to everyone who homeschools regardless of religion as long as they can respect and defer to the policies and principles set by the Board.