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Homeschool Groups and Resources in Massachusetts

Involvement with other homeschoolers is very important to a family’s success in homeschooling. Joining a homeschool network or support group in your area will make a difference in your homeschooling journey. This installment is for Massachusetts.

About Our Kids Home Learners (A-OK) is a Boston area group intent on forming new ones and strengthening old ones, both for kids and parents.

Athol-Orange Homeschooling Group is an inclusive group serving Royalston, Warwick, New Salem, Phillipston, Templeton, Wendell, Gill, Erving, Gardner, Barre. Petersham

Attleboro Area Homeschooling Group has Monthly parent meetings Park days, field trips, classes, book groups,and Cub Scouts/Boy Scouts.

Belchertown Homeschool Network is to to provide a local group of resource sharing, field trips and events and overall networking in a variety of group settings.

Berkley Area Homeschoolers is an informally organized inclusive group serving Berkley and surrounding areas (Taunton, Berkley, Middleboro, Somerset, etc).

Berkshire County Homeschool Community (BCHC) all inclusive homeschool group

Catholic Homeschoolers in Massachusetts East (CHIME)

Gardner Area Co-op Homeschool Support Group has monthly meetings, access to a lending library; plan and attend field trips, exhibit days, skit days, playground days, and many other activities.

Hampden County Homeschoolers is a secular cooperative of homeschooling families building community and creating opportunities for children and adults.

Haverhill Area Homeschool Group is associated with MassHope as a Christian homeschool organization.

Hilltown Families is a grassroots communications network of homeschool and after-school families with children from K-6th living in the rural hilltowns of Western Massachusetts.

Hub Homeschoolers Boston neighborhoods of Jamaica Plain, Mission Hill/Roxbury, South End, Dorchester, Roslindale, Hyde Park, and West Roxbury

Homeschooling Together is an open support group.

LEAF or “Learning Enrichment Active Fellowship “ is a network of home learners that welcomes all homeschoolers in many communities in south-central Massachusetts, northern Rhode Island and northeastern Connecticut.

Massachusetts Home Learning Association

Metrowest Homeschoolers is an inclusive group in the metrowest area for all ages

North Suburban Home Learners is an inclusive group whose primary focus is providing educational and social opportunities for our children and support for ourselves as homeschooling parents.

Our Lady Queen of Saints Homeschoolers is a Roman Catholic Homeschool group, faithful to the Magisterium of the Roman Catholic Church.

Pioneer Valley Homeschooling Group inclusive, eclectic support group for homeschooling families in western Massachusetts.

South Coast Homeschoolers is a member-led inclusive support group

South Shore Home Learners is a small group of families who believe in home-based learning and attachment parenting

The Homeschool Fellowship is a support group based in the north suburban, Boston area, including Woburn, Malden, Wakefield, etc.

Voyagers, is a homeschool resource center and cooperative in Acton, MA

Western Mass. Homeschoolers is a Christian group but all are welcome.

Worcester Home Educators’ Network (WHEN) is a group of Worcester area home educators who meet for support, activities and discussion monthly.

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