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Bear Creek Interfaith Homeschooler's Network - We are a loosely organized group of families who have homeschooling in common. You will find us a loving and accepting group, supporting one another. We are a very diverse group of people. All are welcome. We meet every Thursday at the Keller Library/Park on Johnson Rd. at 1:00pm.
City View Homeschoolers - a homeschool support ministry whose primary purpose is for the intimate support of families who are homeschooling. We are a strongly Christian group, relying on Jesus for our strength. This is an open group in that we wish to welcome all with open arms, regardless of race, color, or creed.
EAGLE Mountain Homeschoolers - The purpose of this group is to connect homeschoolers affiliated with EMIC so that we can support, pray for, and have Christian fellowship with each other. We have a common goal to educate our children, bringing them up in the nurture and admonition of the Lord.
Homeschooling Friends of Ft Worth - This is not a religious, political, or "organized" list. There are no dues, by-laws, paperwork or other things to create work for the moms. All members are welcome to plan something they are interested in and invite the others to come along. It is our hope that everyone meets new families, forms new friendships, and feels supported while they are on this list.
NETCACHE: Northeast Tarrant County Association of Christian Home Educators - is an organization of Christian home school families who are bound together by a common belief that the responsibility for the education of children belongs to the parents. We provide support to Christian parents who educate their children at home as well as opportunities to participate in Scouting, sports and other supplemental activities organized by NETCACHE leaders and members. We also provide support for homeschooling families through a monthly newsletter and various other resources.
Tarrant Home Education Association - THEA is an organization that offers a platform to parents and children to organize and attend many different venues.Throughout the year we have study groups and park day groups that meet regularly and various activities planned by volunteers. Since our association is operated fully on the volunteer work of all the families involved, it is not difficult to start activities or classes that are not meeting your needs at present.
Westside Association of Christian Home Educators - Our members are Christian families that primarily live in and around the west side of Fort Worth, Texas who are committed to providing our children with the best education we can possibly give them through home-based studies.
Gulf Coast Christian Home Scholars - GCCHS is a Christian homeschool support group in the League City, Friendswood, Clear Lake, Seabrook, Pasadena, Santa Fe, Pearland, Alvin, Webster, Dickinson, Nassau Bay and Kemah areas of Texas. We have over 200 member families with children of all ages. GCCHS is a support group of Christian families sharing friendship, emotional support, prayer, home education resources, and group activities. We welcome all families who are seriously considering or who have chosen to home educate any or all of their children.
Home School Fellowship
Bay Area Classical Homeschoolers (BACH) -  a cooperative of Christian families using various Christian worldview classical curricula in the tri-county area of Southeast Texas including Deer Park, Clear Lake, Friendswood, League City, Pasadena, Pearland, Sagemont, and Sante Fe. Together we enjoy the benefits a cooperative learning environment that includes group skills development, public speaking opportunities, projects and crafts, physical ed activities, the Book It program, co-op class pictures, and more.
Frisco HIS (Home is School)- Frisco H. I. S. was founded upon a distinctively Christian worldview, even though the members of the group represent many different churches. Membership was open to all home educators, regardless of their background or religious beliefs and the support group serves all members equally. They desired to provide opportunities for fellowship and dialogue among home schooling families and those interested in learning more about home schooling,