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More than 40,000 Homeschoolers in Virginia.

We are committed to providing homeschooling support to our members, as well as accurate information about homeschooling to Virginia’s families, school divisions, legislators and policymakers, the media, and the community at large.
We are your source for the information and support you need to successfully homeschool.

As a member-directed and volunteer-driven organization, members can actively participate in many ways.

Slide Homeschooling is not for everyone, but it is for anyone. No matter your race, religion, political affiliation, income level, or family situation, there are homeschoolers like you. Slide Homeschoolers are in the real world. Homeschoolers are active in their communities -- taking classes, volunteering, playing sports, working, overcoming challenges, and hanging with friends. Slide Homeschooling has real benefits. Customized learning, time for family, flexible scheduling, choice of curriculum, mentorship opportunities, parent involvement, positive social influences, community engagement and more! Slide Homeschoolers aren't stereotypes. The one homeschooler you've met or heard about (good or bad) isn't like the other 40,000 homeschoolers in Virginia, in the same way that one public school kid doesn't represent all school kids. Slide Homeschooling is growing. Over the past decade, homeschooling in Virginia increased 50%. More than 40,000 kids are now being homeschooled in the Commonwealth. In fact, if homeschoolers were considered a school division, they'd be the 7th largest district in the state. Slide Homeschoolers are your neighbors. We're moms and dads who work as teachers, artists, doctors, homemakers, professors, social workers, scientists, pastors, tradesmen, farmers, managers, business owners and more. We're Scout leaders, youth coaches, library volunteers, arts leaders, Meals on Wheels drivers, school tutors, chamber of commerce members, and 4H leaders.
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