Find a Homeschool Collaborative or Support Group Near You!

Homeschool groups or networks can be a source of information, resources, activities, and friendship. VaHomeschoolers includes descriptions of groups in order to assist you in finding a group that suits your family. Group descriptions are provided by the individual groups, so questions are best directed to the individual group.

Choose a region to view the listing of groups. Please note that many homeschool groups cover multiple counties and cities so be sure to check out nearby areas and the Statewide/Multiple Areas section.

This listing is provided for the sole purpose of enabling homeschoolers to contact others in their area. The information is not to be used for commercial or non-homeschool purposes.

This listing of homeschool groups is free and we welcome all groups to participate. 

If your group is not listed here, or you wish to update a group’s information, please fill out the following form.

Ad Astra High School Coop

We are a niche in that our program only serves grades 9-12. We are a Christian coop that has historically focused on core offerings but we are working on expanding that and growing. We meet Tuesdays and Thursdays serving 80 students this year (22/23)!! It is a great place for our older students to be challenged academically, grow their hearts and love for God while experiencing solid social interactions. Please email me if you want to learn more.

For more information,  website or email.

Albemarle Christian Teaching Support (ACTS) Co-op  (Religious)
Areas: Albemarle, Charlottesville

A Christian educational organization designed to provide support and enrichment for home educating families. Classes provide supplemental educational experiences on a weekly basis to enrich and expand the educational plan the home-educating family has for their students.

For more information, check out their website.

Aretè Christian Academy (Religious)
Areas: Charles, Hanover, Henrico, New Kent, Richmond

It is the purpose of Aretè Christian Academy to provide middle and high school level classes to supplement the parent-directed education of home-schooled children. As we seek to glorify God through the instruction of God-centered classes, we will provide classes in a nurturing environment that encourages parental involvement, strives for academic excellence, and promotes the development of Godly character in students.

See their website for more info

Blue Ridge Family Unschoolers Network
Amherst, Bedford, Big Island, Botetourt, Campbell, Floyd, Forest, Franklin, Lynchburg, Patrick, Roanoke, Rustburg, Salem, Smith Mountain Lake

Blue Ridge FUN is an inclusive support group of homeschooling families. All homeschoolers are welcome, without bias to style of homeschooling, choice of curriculum, or personal beliefs. There is no fee to join, no statement of faith, and no hierarchy. All activities are planned by various families in the group, and all families in the group may plan and/or participate as they wish.

For more information: Facebook  or email

Central Virginia Homeschool Athletics Association

CVHAA’s goal is to provide the opportunity for homeschooled students of middle and high school ages the opportunity to play on competitive junior varsity and varsity athletic teams both within the Virginia Christian Athletic Association (VCAA) and against other private schools.

For more information: website, email

Chesterfield Christian Academy

Chesterfield Christian Academy is an extension of home education that offers biblically based subject-specific group tutoring classes. Our goal is to create a balance between academic excellence and social activities that cultivate an interactive environment for students to enjoy the company of like-minded peers. Each year we strive to offer new and exciting opportunities for our students while continuing to offer strong, core classes taught by qualified tutors that have a passion for their subjects!​

For more information: Facebook, website, email or call: (804) 614-6370

Community Homeschool Enrichment Center (CHEC)
Areas: Albemarle, Charlottesville

Since 2005, CHEC has been supporting homeschool families by offering a variety of academic, enrichment, and social opportunities to homeschooled children ages 5 to 18 in the Charlottesville-Albemarle area and surrounding counties. CHEC offers a wide variety of courses reflecting the imagination of our instructors and students in all areas of education, including the arts, sciences, physical education, geography, culture, history, foreign language, language arts and writing, literature, and technology.

Our classes are offered in Charlottesville, VA, on Mondays over three sessions – ten weeks in the fall, eight weeks in the winter and eight weeks in the spring. We typically offer 25-30 classes per session. Each Monday is divided into four periods, approximately 80 minutes each. Parental involvement is not required; although we do offer discounts on classes to our volunteers and parents are always to welcome to teach classes. We pay our teachers as independent contractors.

We strive to make our classes available to all homeschoolers, regardless of their ability to pay for tuition. Many of our families are single-parent households or families with limited incomes, and CHEC offers scholarships to ensure that all children are able to take at least one class per session (and often more than this). CHEC is primarily volunteer-run. We are an inclusive learning environment and are open to all. We do not have a religious affiliation.

For more information: Facebook, website, email, or call 434-326-1772.

Community Homeschool Enrichment Support Services
Areas: Fairfax, Fauquier, Loudoun, Prince William

Our mission is to help families homeschool through high school with confidence. We offer onsite and online courses for fourth through twelfth grade students that are taught from a biblical worldview and inspire excellence. Our caring teachers and small group environment encourage building relationships and mastery of the material, as students learn and grow alongside each other. Parents choose the courses they want to enrich their homeschool and have opportunities to serve and connect with others in a supportive environment. Additionally, we offer a national homeschool honor society chapter, yearbook, student photos and graduation ceremony for enrolled CHESS students. Our annual dance and symposium are open to any homeschooling family.

For more information: Facebook, website, email, or call (703) 753-1901.

Faith Home Educators (Religious)
Areas: Amelia, Mecklenburg, Nottoway, Prince Edward

We are a Christ Centered Homeschool group for Nottoway, Amelia, Prince Edward, Mecklenburg, and other surrounding counties Virginia who have Faith in Jesus Christ to train up our children in the way they should go that when they get old they will not depart from their faith in Him.

For more information: email, Facebook or call 434-538-0053.

Faithful Homeschool Education
Area: Nottoway

This is a non-denominational, non-political group for homeschool families in Nottoway, VA. We will plan outings possibly even do some group science and art classes. Come join the fun and meet your homeschooling neighbors!

For more information: Facebook, email

Fox Pointe Farm Interscholastic Equestrian Team
New Kent, Hanover, Richmond, Williamsburg, West Point

IEA was formed and organized to promote and improve the quality of equestrian competition and instruction available to middle and secondary school students. Classes are offered in four ability levels: beginner, novice, intermediate, open. Riders in grades 6-8 are eligible for middle school teams while riders in grade 9-12 compete at the high school level.

Points are tracked for individual rider accomplishments and for overall team accomplishments. Individuals and teams earn points to qualify for regional, zone, and national finals.  The competition season starts September 15th and ends at the National Finals in late spring/early summer.

Established in 2005, Fox Pointe Farm LLC is a family-run equestrian business with 18 years’ experience in horse care, training quality horses, and developing successful riders. We are a full service boarding, showing and training facility, specializing in hunter/jumpers and equitation. Horse training and riding lessons provided by Colleen Seely. Nestled between Richmond and historic Williamsburg, the facility is easily accessed from New Kent, Hanover, Richmond, Williamsburg, and West Point. Fox Pointe Farm has become well-known among the local and regional equestrian community. Fox Pointe Farm programs are tailored to meet the needs of all ages and riding levels from beginning learner riders to accomplished riders. Show coaching at local and rated competition. Fox Pointe Farm also hosts a VHSA/BHSA show series in addition to clinics and special events. Fox Pointe Farm is also the home of Hoo Me Welsh Ponies and the Hoo Me prefix. Our breeding program began in 2016 with the vision of producing fancy hunter ponies to excel in any ring.

For more information: website, email or call 804-263-5191.

Greater Bedford Christian Home Educators (GBCHE) (Religious)
Areas: Bedford

Several times a year we have small group seminars at New Life Christian Stores, where you have the opportunity to fellowship with other homeschool parents while discussing topics ranging from time management to specific materials used for various subjects. will be working with the many homeschool groups in the Central VA area, providing contact information, listing events sponsored by these groups in our calendar of events, and networking the support these groups already have in place. We will also offer support to individual families in Central VA who may not be involved in a homeschool group, but want somewhere to turn to find information about Central Virginia’s Homeschool community.

For more information: website or call 434-237-6031.

Greene County Virginia Area Homeschoolers (GCVAH)  (Religious)
Areas: Greene

This group is for support, advocacy, information and coordination of activities for Greene County Virginia and the surrounding area’s Homeschoolers and those considering Homeschool. This group is a Christian-based group, but invites all faiths (or no faith) to participate. Membership is free.

For more information: website, email or call (434) 990-9905.

Holy Infant of Prague Collective
Areas: Albemarle, Greene, Orange, Madison

The Holy Infant of Prague Collective (HIP) is a non profit organization with the mission of supporting homeschooling families in the rural counties of Central Virginia through a hybrid education program. The hybrid education model is a collaboration between parents and qualified teachers to education homeschooled children. Classes meet two times per week for 32 weeks and will cover most core subjects. HIP curriculum is classically inspired and values align with Christian beliefs.

For more information: Facebookwebsite or email

GreenTree Academy
Areas: New Kent

Offering classes for middle school students in math, science, language arts and literature, history, spelling and vocabulary, and study skills.

For more information: email

Heart Of VA Secular Homeschoolers
Areas: Nottoway, Prince Edwards, Amelia

Local homeschool support and meet up group for counties in the Heart of Virginia. We are secular (not affiliated with any religion, faith or creed) and welcoming to homeschool families of all backgrounds. Members and activities take place in Nottoway, Prince Edward, Amelia and surrounding counties.

For more information: Facebook or email

Home Works Lynchburg

Home Works is the framework to support Central Virginia’s growing Homeschool community, while preserving the integrity of the parent’s place as the educator, of the individual cooperatives that meet all over the city, of sports teams and science clubs. Home Works is a place for parents to work individually or together to fully realize their personal homeschooling plan. They have a facility with 4000 square feet housing a curriculum library, used book sale, 3 classrooms, 2 playrooms, Hall and stage, kitchen and offices.

For more information: Facebook

Homeschool Family Connection      (Religious)

A Ministry of Support, Resources and Activities for the Homeschooling Family. Homeschool Family Connection (formerly Home Educators at Grove) is a Ministry of Grove Avenue Baptist Church, but is not exclusive to members of Grove and reflects homeschooling families around Virginia. Our support group is built on the truths of the Word of God, and as parents, we strive to live in such a way that reflects Christ. Within our group, we have families that have homeschooled for many years and those that are just beginning. We are a diverse group with many ages, races, family sizes, curriculum, learning styles, interests and abilities represented. We have preschoolers through high schoolers, gifted and learning challenged. Throughout the year there are many activities planned which include field trips, clubs (book, chess, sewing, mechanics, etc.), parties, geography and science fairs, curriculum sale, variety show and field day events, Back-to-School, and End-of-the-Year Family picnics.

For more information: website, email or call (804) 740-8888

Homeschool Resources Group

Homeschool Resources Group offers supplementary classes, tutoring and activities for homeschoolers, public schoolers, private schoolers, and adults.  We are a STEM/STEAM Center with a focus on career and college development and advanced mastery, with a goal of preparing our students for a competitive and an informed future.

For more information: website, email or call (804) 410-4474.

Library Love
Charlottesville, Greene, Madison, Orange, Ruckersville, Standardsville

We are secular group involving secular and religious homeschoolers. We are located in Central VA at the Greene County public library in Standardsville. The surrounding cites include homeschoolers from Charlottesville, Ruckersville, Orange, and Madison areas. We are a parent-run small co-op. Parents take turns teaching various classes. Our children’s ages range from 4-13. Parents volunteer to teach classes ranging from 1-4 weeks. We usually have the kids broken into two different age groups. The first group is usually 1st to 4th grade and then 5th grade and up. We usually start the first week of September. We will be having a meeting and get together in early or mid July to plan for September.

For more information: email

Living Earth School
Charlottesville, Fredericksburg, Goochland, Staunton, Woodbridge

At the Living Earth School, Nature is our classroom and skilled nature mentors are your guides. The outdoor classroom experience makes learning real and the direct experience of seeing and knowing things firsthand, takes learning to a whole new level. Students learn about the seasons directly, gain skills in knowing what it means to live connected to the land around them, harvest tasty fall wild edibles, shoot an arrow, make fire by rubbing sticks, track animals, build and make things with their own hands all while being part of a vital community.

This is an opportunity for homeschoolers to come together in a community setting and learn about the natural world, themselves, and each other, through earth-based mentoring. Groups are divided according to age and experience level, and all are guided by skilled mentors.

The homeschool curriculum focuses on nature awareness, survival skills (shelter, fire, water, food), wild edible plants, responsibility, and respect for self and others. This program provides challenges, leadership lessons, and community for students. LES staff take mentoring seriously, and are patient, caring, and supportive.

For more information: website or email 

Lynchburg Homeschool
Amherst, Appomattox, Bedford, Campbell, Lynchburg

Lynchburg Homeschool and its affiliated social media presence have served homeschool families and organizations in the Lynchburg region of Virginia since 2006.

Lynchburg Homeschool’s mission is simple: Connect local homeschool families to each other… and to groups, organizations, activities, and other resources and information for enhancing their children’s home education.

For more information: Facebook or email

Midlothian Home School Circle
Chesterfield, Midlothian

There is no membership fee.  Requirements are that you have a child in which you are homeschooling (age does not matter) and are in the Midlothian area.   This group is a place to find ideas, ask questions, share curriculum, participate in social outings, and to feel encouraged and supported as a homeschool parent.  It doesn’t matter what age you are homeschooling, we are here to support each other!  Please feel free to invite your homeschooling friends to join!

For more information: Facebook or email

Richmond Homeschool Collective
Areas:  Richmond

Richmond Homeschool Collective is an inclusive secular homeschool collective geared towards Middle and High School kids ages 11yrs and up. We welcome families who come with younger children to coordinate activities throughout the day as space allows. Classes are facilitated by community members and independent facilitators. We offer in-person and virtual classes, arrange for field trips, meetups, and other group events.

For more information: website, email

Richmond Homeschooling Freethinkers (Atheist /Agnostic/Secular)
Areas:  Richmond

This group is intended to facilitate in person meet ups of freethinking homeschooling families in the Richmond, VA area. We are a fun, often irreverent group that gather for park days, teen group meet-ups, parents’ night out, and many other activities. Definition of Freethinker: one who forms opinions on the basis of reason independently of authority; especially: one who doubts or denies religious dogma.

For more information: Facebook

RVA Homeschoolers
Areas: Chesterfield, Goochland, Hanover, Henrico, Powhatan, Richmond

This is an inclusive group that operates as a public forum for inviting others from the area to field trips, park days, classes, etc. There are no requirements to join other than being a homeschooler in the RVA area.

For more information: Facebook

RVA Scholars
Areas: Richmond

This is a Youth language group. We focus on teaching young children Spanish on the weekends. We hope to spread the love for developing children’s language skills one class at a time. Classes are generally kept at a small size.

For more information: Facebook

South Central VA Homeschool Group
Areas: Brunswick, Halifax, Lake Gaston, Mecklenburg, South Hill

We are a secular, open-minded group that meets weekly in South Hill, VA. We are a relaxed group that does not require any membership fees. Some of our activities include field trips, Lego club, volunteer opportunities, park days, science experiments, and more!

For more information: Facebook or email

Southside Secular Homeschool Collaborative
Chesterfield and Surrounding

SSHC provides a consistent, inclusive secular, wholistic, child-led collaborative for families in and around Chesterfield. Currently focused on Elementary and Early Middle School age.

For more information: email

Wild Roots Homeschool Collaborative
Areas: Chesterfield

Wild Roots Homeschool Collab began their mission in 2021 to create an inclusive, secular, and holistic child-led learning experience for homeschooled children. Our true passion at the time was to create a community that openly supported marginalized groups in Eastern Chesterfield and surrounding areas. Our members come from a variety of backgrounds as well as a beautifully eclectic array of life and learning styles. We believe that by providing a safe, inclusive environment, children can find themselves and truly celebrate who they are allowing the rest to fall beautifully into place. Join us for weekly nature free play days and member directed clubs and resources.

For more information: Facebook or

The Athenian Academy of Richmond
Areas: Midlothian, Richmond

Located at Robious Station Circle in Midlothian, Virginia was originally conceived as Richmond Enrichment Studio, a place for homeschoolers to meet their artistic and enrichment goals. Serving the Greater Richmond area, The Athenian Academy of Richmond was born out the need to provide a quality academic experience, as well as meeting the enrichment needs of the homeschooling community. Many of the courses available follow the classical education model, while other classes focus on the kinetic approach. Parents have the resources needed to fully manage the education of their child(ren) from preschool through high school.

For more information: website

The Meeting Place
Lunenburg County and surrounding areas

Group created Aug 2022 This group is for social fun. We have chess, painting, learning toys, board games card games, chalk boards, drawing, music, and using our imagination fun. Outside area for kickball or tag, Playground on premises. Only rule so far is a parent or sibling over 18 must accompany child/children. Group meets in Kenbridge, VA. Call (leave message) for more information or email.

For more information: Facebook, email, or call (434) 676-8589

Tri-Cities Home Educators (Religious)
Areas: Chesterfield, Colonial Heights, Dinwiddie, Ft. Lee, Hopewell, Petersburg, Sussex

We are located in Central Virginia and serve the cities of Hopewell, Colonial Heights, and Petersburg, Fort Lee and the surrounding counties of Prince George, Dinwiddie, Sussex, Chesterfield and area. We are a Biblically-based support group and host activities and sports for the children as well as training and encouragement for the parents. We welcome guests at our meetings and have many veteran moms that can provide guidance along the way. Our membership dues are $25 per year and that helps pay for our website and other expenses.

For more information: website

Eastern Shore Homeschool Network
Areas: Accomack, Northhampton

This group is for homeschooling families on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. We share information about events, curriculum, field trips, and anything related to homeschooling. We meet 2 times per month. Check the group calendar for details on meetings and field trips.

For more information: Facebook

Northumberland Home School Families

Our group meets the second and third Wednesday of the month at the Northumberland Public Library in Heathsville. Each meeting is centered on a theme with books, activities, and snacks. Field trips to local attractions are scheduled as well.

For more information: Facebook or email

Aiming High Homeschool Coop

Aiming High Homeschool Coop is now registering for fall 2022! New Location: Smith Memorial Baptist Church in Williamsburg on Mondays 9:00am-12:30pm. Are you looking to make connections and build relationships with other homeschoolers? This is a traditional homeschool coop where moms volunteer for two class periods and attend support group the third hour. Member registration is $150 for the whole family for the 2022-2023 school year. No other class fees. Tuition assistance available. Register at: or email questions to:

Atlantic Academic Partners
Area: Virginia Beach

“Homeschooling without you having to be at home”. We are a homeschool family and believe in the outstanding and rewarding academic process that allows each student to excel in a much less stressful manner. We are a unique type of homeschooling co-op, eliminating much of the burden and great demands on parents. Nearly every co-op requires parents to assist with teaching and cleaning, etc, we don’t. All we ask is that each parent provides continued academic support at home when needed in areas where your child might be struggling. Our program is built for independent learners. Our mission is to facilitate an environment for children to focus on their academics with support, guidance, and positive motivation.

Most online homeschooling programs and public schools’ requirements state that the parent or other responsible adult will be the students learning coach and an active participant in their child’s education. Often this demands continual delivery of lessons and materials consuming your time and energy, depleting yours and your child’s patience while adding undue stress. We recognize this problem…how can you handle it all? That’s where we come in! Essentially, we partner with you. Atlantic Academic Partners allows you to be in more than one place at a time. You can still work and we can monitor and assist your child. Together – We can do it all!

For more information: Facebook, website, email or call 757.907.0096

Atlantic Speech and Debate
Areas: Chesapeake, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Suffolk, Virginia Beach

NCFCA Speech and debate club serving the Southside of Hampton Roads. The group meets at Regent University on Thursday evenings.

For more information: website or email

Chesapeake/NC Homeschoolers

We are an active homeschool group that meets regularly for field trips, LEGO club, holiday parties, book club!

For more information: Facebook or email

Christian Military Homeschoolers of Hampton Roads (CMH) (Religious, Military)

Our group is made up of unique homeschooling families that co-operate together to create fun and exciting classes for our children. Along with our monthly family days and mom’s night out, we also host many field trips to plays, performances, demonstrations, and educational presentations throughout the year. Feel free to contact us at for more information or with any additional questions! We look forward to hearing from you!

For more information: website or email

Colonial Poetics and Rhetoric
Areas: Hampton, Newport News, Smithfield, Williamsburg

NCFCA Speech and Debate Club serving the Peninsula of Hampton Road.

For more information: email or call (757) 771-1994 or (252) 642-3677.

Faith Over Fear
Williamsburg, New Kent, Toano, Norge, York County

Social co-op that meets twice per month on Friday afternoons for potluck meals, rec time and/or field trips. We have a great group of youth ages 0-18 and we enjoy Christian fellowship together.

For more information: email

God’s Homeschool Warriors (Religious)
Suffolk, Chesapeake, Portsmouth, Smithfield, Windsor Virginia, Gates County, NC.

God’s Homeschool Warriors co-op supports parents and children in achieving excellence in education through an environment of Godly wisdom and talented partnerships. We partner with families from Suffolk, Chesapeake, Portsmouth, Smithfield, Windsor Virginia, and Gates County, NC.

As an organization that is owned and run by its members, we all share in the responsibilities and benefits of the co-op. To be successful in providing excellence, we ask all families to participate in three ways:

  • Prayer – Since wisdom and sound judgement come from God, we ask all parents to ask God to provide our children and teachers (parents) with wisdom.
  • The Use of your Gifts – God equips all of us with areas of strengths and spiritual gifts that can be applied in the Godly education of our children. All parents are expected to serve as teachers or aides.
  • Your Input – This is your co-op and your child’s education. We invite all parents to participate in meetings. We encourage questions, suggestions and solutions.

For more information: website or email

Grace Academy (Religious)
Virginia Beach

Grace Academy meets in the southeast area of Virginia Beach. Grace Academy is open to all homeschoolers in the Hampton Roads area. Grace is a not for profit K-12 co-op run by parents. Parents teach and assist in classes, thus fees a minimal. Grace Academy participates in parties, field trips, community service projects, and other activities that strengthen our group.

For more information: website or Facebook

Hope for Tomorrow Homeschool Co-op
Newport News

Providing information, resources, and assistance to help you get started; listening ears and hands that are ready to help, and a safe place for your child to learn.

This homeschool co-op is an outreach of Hope Church Newport News.

We are a parent led and faith based co-op that started in 2021. We would love to welcome you into our co-op!

For more information: website, Facebook, email or call (757) 358-7648

H.O.P.E. (Homeschool Outreach Partnership in Education)     (Religious)
Chesapeake, Southside, Virginia Beach

H.O.P.E. serves a community of homeschooling families near the Virginia Beach area. Experienced and talented instructors from many backgrounds offer a wide variety of academic and enrichment classes for all grade levels. Classes meet either once or twice weekly. H.O.P.E. provides wonderful opportunities to connect with other families through social events, field trips, and homeschooling workshops. Support services include testing, private tutoring, and curriculum counseling.

For more information: Facebook

Hampton Roads Black Home Educators
Chesapeake, Franklin, Hampton, Newport News, Norfolk, Poquoson, Portsmouth, Smithfield, Suffolk, Virginia Beach, Williamsburg

Hampton Roads Black Home Educators (HRBHE) is an all inclusive network of homeschool families in the Hampton Roads and surrounding areas of Virginia. HRBHE serves families who choose to home school by networking through activities, community events and yahoo groups .

Park days, fieldtrips, Mother’s night out, family nights, Teen groups, teen volunteer opportunities, Co-ops and more are events that are available through HRBHE now or in the near future.

Everyone offers something special to our group. Parents are encouraged to share their homeschool experiences, ideals and resources.

For more information: Facebook

Hampton Roads Christian Homeschoolers  (Religious)

We are a group of Christian homeschooling families who support and encourage one another on our homeschooling adventures. Our primary purpose is to provide regular social opportunities for Christian homeschool children so that they may build lasting friendships with others on the same homeschooling journey, as well as welcome new friends into the group. We also support, encourage, strengthen and pray for each other as homeschooling parents.

For more information: Facebook

Hampton Roads Virginia Waldorf Network
Chesapeake, Franklin, Hampton, Newport News, Norfolk, Poquoson, Portsmouth, Suffolk, Virginia Beach, Williamsburg

We are group of Waldorf and Waldorf-inspired families, homeschoolers and others, seeking support and connection in the Hampton Roads area. We’re a small but growing group and hope to begin meeting together on regular basis. Anyone is welcome, there are no requirements. If you want to learn more about Waldorf education this is a welcoming place for you as well.

For more information: Facebook or email

HEART (Home Educators Assisting, Reaching, and Teaching)
James City, Surry, Williamsburg, York

HEART is not affiliated with any particular church, religion, or political party. Our goal is to bring homeschool families together for activities, fellowship, and support. We have a weekly e-newsletter during the school months: organize field trips, park play dates, PE programs, bowling leagues, and Moms’ night outs.

For more information: email

Homeschool Daytime Soccer
Williamsburg, Newport News, Hampton

Starting Fall 2022, ages 0-18

Wednesdays 1:00-3:00pm

Your whole family plays at the same time on the same field, with babysitting available for volunteers. There will be three locations on the peninsula from which to choose!

For more information: Website or email

Homeschool Out of the Box
Chesapeake, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Suffolk, Virginia Beach

Homeschool Out of the Box is a secular homeschooling co-op serving Tidewater, Virginia. Their members come from all over the seven cities, but Norfolk, Portsmouth, Virginia Beach and Chesapeake in particular. They meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays in downtown Norfolk. They welcome children and parents of all religions (or lack thereof!) to come and learn with them in a loving, nurturing, and stimulating environment. All of their teachers have college degrees or are experienced practitioners in their fields, and all of their classes are fun!

For more information: website, facebook or email

Homeschool Plus (Religious)

The purpose of Homeschool Plus is to encourage you in your commitment to provide the best possible Christian education for your children through homeschooling. They try to listen to the needs expressed by homeschoolers and offer a wide variety of activities and services to help meet those needs. The Ingleside classes generally meet once a week and are designed to be an exciting supplement to your own curriculum.

For more information: website or email

Homeschooling in Hampton Roads

A meeting place for residents of the Hampton Roads area to find companionship and camaraderie for themselves and their children through homeschooling. It is a list to suggest field trip ideas or even just friendly homeschool get-togethers. It is welcoming of all people and encourages questions and suggestions.

For more information: facebook

Renaissance School of the Arts
Area: Isle of Wight, Suffolk

Renaissance School of the Arts provides homeschooled students from all of Hampton Roads, Virginia with education in the visual and performing arts, in a creative and diverse environment. RSA is a unique school with an eclectic mix of professional instructors and talented families. They welcome members and instructors without regard to race, religion, culture, creed, sexual orientation, or ethnic background. They foster an atmosphere of creativity, fun, acceptance, integrity, and celebration of our unique differences and talents!

For more information: website, email or call (757) 617-3932

SEE Co-op
Area: Chesapeake, Hampton, Norfolk, Suffolk, Virginia Beach

SEE Co-op (Southside Educational Escapades) is a homeschooling co-op serving the Hampton Roads area of Virginia which meets weekly for enrichment classes, park days, or field trips. SEE was started in 2007 as an opportunity for school age children, ages 4-teen, to interact academically and socially with their peers. We are a secular group where all religions, races, and cultures are welcomed and respected. We value diverse perspectives and believe our differences enrich our world. We offer academic and enrichment classes that have a classical education flavor. The curriculum is hands-on and fun; while still being an outstanding educational experience. An additional help for the busy homeschooling parent is the drop-off option, flexibility of part time or full time weekly enrollment (classes meet every Friday), as well as the ability to apply for staff membership which offers amazing benefits and discounts.

For more information: website, Facebook or email

Suffolk and Peninsula Academies for Godly Education (SAGE and PAGE)
Chesapeake, Hampton, Norfolk, Suffolk, Virginia Beach

Their purpose is to offer all homeschooling families the opportunity to participate in a group learning environment with a Christian atmosphere and quality classes that will enrich their homeschool experience.

For more information:
SAGE Charlene Hydock  (757) 218-8012
PAGE:  Lisa Brass  (757) 725-0822

Tidewater Educators Association for Christian Homeschooling (TEACH)
Chesapeake, North Carolina, Virginia Beach

T.E.A.C.H. exists to encourage and assist parents who feel called of God to fulfill their God-give responsibility to “train up” their children by teaching them at home. Their purpose is to foster fellowship among homeschool parents and students, share information regarding homeschooling and provide resources not easily available to individuals. T.E.A.C.H. serves Hampton Roads and Northeastern North Carolina. They aid parents with junior and high school sports, graduation, and prom.

For more information: email or website

Virginia Beach Christian Academy

Assistance for homeschool families with curriculum, tutoring, and record keeping. We also provide a weekly co-op where students enjoy PE, art, music, STEM.

For more information: emailwebsite or call (757) 240-3923

Williamsburg Classical Academy
Newport News, Williamsburg, Yorktown

Williamsburg Classical Academy (WCA) is a coeducational, independent college preparatory day school for homeschool and independently tutored students, serving Grades Pre-K through 12. WCA is the product of a desire for an environment that encourages independent discovery under a classical umbrella. WCA presents a challenging, enriching environment inspiring life-long achievers. WCA offers classes in Williamsburg and Newport News.

For more information: email or website

Williamsburg Learn and Play Homeschool Group

We get together weekly for fun field trips and park days, as well as monthly Moms night out, family days, and holiday parties. There are many veterans in our group that have a wealth of knowledge to share. We welcome new members and new friends. If you live in the area (as well as surrounding areas) and want to join, look us up on Facebook!

For more information: Facebook

Belvoir Home Educators (BHE)  (Military)
Ft. Belvoir, Springfield

BHE is a group of military and DoD families dedicated to the home education of our children. We are committed to providing support and encouragement to one another and participating in activities that will enrich the lives of our children. We have members with children from infants through high school. We attempt to plan activities that will appeal to all ages.

For more info: website

Caroline Area Homeschoolers
Caroline, Fredericksburg

Caroline Area Homeschoolers is a social and support group for homeschoolers in Caroline County, Virginia and surrounding areas. We have Friday afternoon park days most weeks as well as field trips, special seasonal events and parties, show and tell, arts and crafts, poetry tea, board games, science projects, and small groups and clubs our members dream up. Each family in our group contributes to planning and hosting fun and learning events according to their interests and abilities.

For more info: website or email

Charlotte Mason Northern Virginia

The CM NOVA group meets every Thursday year-round from 1-4pm at parks in North Vienna for outdoor play/games/nature journaling/etc as well as occasional field trips on Fridays. We also meet for hymn singing and other activities with residents at a retirement home in Springfield one Tuesday each month. We seek to be an encouragement and support for families that would like to learn more about Charlotte Mason principles.

For more info: Facebook or email

Christian Heritage Home Educators  (Religious)
Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania, Stafford

Christian Heritage Home Educators (CHHE) is a members-only, non-profit organization founded in 2012 with an average yearly membership of 50 families. Our members educate their children at home and represent a wide variety of curriculums and methods. We exist to share our talents, gifts, education and work backgrounds in order to provide support and encouragement for families in Stafford and the surrounding area who feel convicted by God to homeschool their children. CHHE is committed to Christ-centered, Biblically-sound home education with a fellowship of like-minded believers.

We meet weekly on Mondays, 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., September through May.

We offer both core and elective class options for Kindergarten through Grade 12 with classes for younger siblings from nursery through preschool.

For more info: Facebook, website  or email

Community Homeschool Enrichment Support Services (CHESS)    (Religious)
 Fairfax, Fauquier, Loudoun, Prince William

We offer in person and online core and elective classes for 4th-12th grade students, a national homeschool honor society chapter, yearbook, student photos, graduation, and formal dance. Courses are taught from a biblical worldview and are open to any homeschooling family. Our caring teachers and a small group environment encourage building relationships and mastery of the material, as students learn and grow alongside each other. Parents choose the courses they want to enrich their homeschool and have opportunities to connect with others in a supportive environment. We’d love to meet you! We’ve been helping families homeschool through high school with confidence since 2001.

For more info: Facebook, website, email or call 703 753-1901.

Compass Homeschool Enrichment
Ashburn, Centreville, Chantilly, Clifton, Fairfax, Herndon,  Oakton, Reston, Sterling,  South Riding, Vienna

Compass Homeschool Enrichment program offers Northern Virginia homeschool families a menu of high-quality extracurricular and enrichment classes. All classes are taught by qualified outside instructors who teach multiple levels of interesting, experiential classes in science, technology, languages, history, art, music, and more. Classes are taught in Herndon in a 4-quarter, 30 week academic year. Registration is a la carte by quarter; most classes are without a year-long commitment. Compass Homeschool Enrichment Program is a secular, inclusive program.

For more info: Facebook, website, email or call 703-539-5075.

Dulles Area Homeschoolers
Fairfax, Loudoun

This Facebook group is for Loudoun, Fairfax County and surrounding areas. Families who are currently homeschooling, those planning to homeschool and those considering homeschooling are welcome. In this group, we give and receive support and share great homeschooling resources.
This is a community of diverse homeschoolers that includes families from all religions and no religions. Our homeschool methods and approaches are as unique and varied as our children.

For more info: Facebook

Dulles South Youth Sports Football & Cheer
Ashburn, Leesburg, Loudoun

DSYS Football is a member club of FCYFL (Fairfax County Youth Football League), which is comprised of more than 22 clubs, 350 teams, 6,500 players and 1,200 coaches from 4 counties in Northern Virginia. It is the only youth tackle program in Loudoun County structured to establish various levels of competition based upon a player’s ability, age (7 -16), and weight. We also have mandatory player participation rules where each player must have a starting position and play the entire game at the National and Central skill divisions. We believe this format gives youth, at different stages of skill and physical development, the best opportunity to participate, learn, and enjoy the great sport of football and the values it instills. DSYS also has a Cheer program that supports ages up to 16.

Our servicing school areas include Brambleton, Eagle Ridge, Mercer, Lunsford, and Stone Hill middle schools; Arcola, Pinebrook, Buffalo Trail, Aldie, Legacy, Cardinal Ridge, Little River, Hutchison, Liberty, Legacy, Creighton’s Corner, and Rosa Lee Carter elementary schools; and Briar Woods, Rock Ridge, Freedom, and John Champe high schools.

For more info: website

Eden Hope Academy
Leesburg, Midland, Purcellville, Tysons Corner

Eden Hope Academy groups meet weekly for art, science, history, critical thinking skills, Bible, ukulele, and dance! Drop-off available, some all-day groups. See our registration page for costs.

Online info meeting

For more info: Facebook, website or email

Fairfax Home School Athletic Association

Competitive sports opportunities for homeschooled students in soccer, track, basketball, and volleyball.

For more info: website or email

Faith Fellowship Christian School
Locust Grove

Faith Fellowship School is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization. Our goal is to help build you build a lasting spiritual legacy for your children, grandchildren, and the generations to come. We specialize in the Accelerated Christian Education (ACE) program that will guide your children into academic success to ensure your child will be all God intended. The ACE program focuses on necessary values and building blocks, which are English, Math, Word Study, Literature and Creative Writing, Science, and the Bible. Known both nationally and internationally, the ACE program is a time-tested, academic, mastery system designed for your cherished loved one to become the most individual that will spiritually prosper wherever they go.

Open Enrollment is now open for classes starting in the Fall semester on September 6, 2022. Call, email, or sign up online for an appointment today!

For more info: Facebook, website, email or call (540) 732-0109

Fort Belvoir Swim Team (FBST) Home School Program
Alexandria, Ft. Belvoir

Serving the Northern Virginia area. The Home School Program provides an avenue of swim skill training for the growing population of Home Educators in the Northern Virginia Area.  We operate the program at times that are convenient to the Home School Parent/Swimmer.  The emphasis of the program is technique of all four strokes, help build cardiovascular strength, and sharpen starts and turns.  The program can meet 1-3 times per week at 1-hour increments and offers the same flexibility as our traditional programming.  Home School Swimmers are eligible to compete in competitions should they so desire following the FBST a la carte procedure.

For more info: website, email or call 703-627-4796

Fredericksburg Area Homeschool Association (FAHA)
Fredericksburg, King George, Spotsylvania, Stafford

-Optional annual membership dues
-Secular and Inclusive.
-Member run, member driven, eclectic homeschooling

Organized through google groups, a google calendar and a discord server. FaHa has tried to develop with its growing base and changing needs.

For more info: website, Facebook or email

Fredericksburg Area Speech and Debate
Fredericksburg, Stafford, Spotsylvania, King George, Culpeper, Fort Belvoir

FASD is a Christian speech and debate club for students ages 12-18. Students have the opportunity to compete in regional and national tournaments in several speech events, team policy debate, and Lincoln Douglas debate through the NCFCA Christian Speech and Debate league.

For more info: Facebook or email

Friends Learning Together (FLT)
Areas: Ashburn

Friends Learning Together (FLT) is a group of Christian homeschooling families seeking to provide our families with opportunities to learn, play, and grow together as friends and as children of God. FLT started in 2011, with five families and 13 children who envisioned a co-op that would be excellent for the kids, fun for all, and a blessing to the moms.

​FLT offers academic classes and social activities for families with children in preschool-middle school. Kindergarten-5th grade classes include science, history, geography and public speaking. Middle school participates in the same classes as well as writing and literature.

We meet Mondays for class at Christian Fellowship Church. We have recess Wednesday afternoons (optional) and two field trips per month on Fridays (optional).

For more info: Website or email

Gainesville Homeschool Connection

GHC is a set of classes taught by qualified local Christian teachers at Gainesville Presbyterian Church to assist parents oversee the education of their children. We have classes for elementary, middle school and high school, including English, History, Government, Civics, Literature, IEW writing, Spanish, and Science.

For more info: website

Harvester Presbyterian Church
Fairfax, Springfield

Harvester Teaching Services at 7800 Rolling Road in Springfield, VA 22153 is a complete homeschool support group. They offer enrichment as well as academic core classes, parent equipping, and a resource center homeschool library.

For more info: website, email or call (703) 455-7800

Hearts for the Lord Homeschool Academy  (Religious)
Fairfax, Loudoun

With over 20 years of helping homeschooling families, we look forward to helping yours!

We offer classes for 7th – 12th grade.

Hearts is a 501(c)3 Christian faith-based group which endeavors to walk with the Lord in all we do. Hearts was formed to support Virginia homeschooling families in Loudoun and western Fairfax counties. The group is comprised of approximately 70 homeschooling families with 100+ students.

For more info: website, email

Home-Ed Center (HEC)

The Home-Ed Center (HEC) is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) community organization that seeks to support and encourage excellence in home education in Loudoun County and the surrounding area by creating and maintaining a Homeschool Community Center with facilities and programs devoted to homeschoolers and their educational and extracurricular needs. The Home-Ed Center is, at its core, a Christian organization that seeks to serve the broad community of homeschoolers regardless of their religious beliefs or educational approaches.

For more info: website

Homeschool Soccer Club of Alexandria

The Homeschool Soccer Club of Alexandria, LLC (HSCA) is an inclusive soccer club located in Alexandria, VA. It is a cooperative organization where every parent is a volunteer. The goal of this club is to bring families together and reduce time spent traveling to and from youth sporting activities. To this end, all ages meet at the same time and place, once a week, on a week day. HSCA welcomes players ages 5 to 18. Each team will have parent-coaches. Children under the age of 5 will be watched by parent-babysitters at the field.

We play at Lee District Grass and Turf Fields, 6601 Telegraph Rd, Franconia, VA 22310.
We play every Wednesday from 2:00pm to 3:30pm.

For more info: Website or email

HOB+ Enrichment Program
Bealeton, Opal, Warrenton and BEYOND

The HOB+ Enrichment Program (HOB+) is an educational and enrichment program for diverse homeschooling families located in Fauquier, Stafford, Culpeper, Orange, and the surrounding counties. HOB+ Enrichment Program is open to all new and current HOB+ members. By enrolling in the HOB+ Enrichment Program you will also have full access to all HOB+ co-op events, clubs, field trips, playgroups, support, and activities!

Our mission is to provide an educational, enriching, and nurturing environment where students can come together to participate in group classes. HOB+ Enrichment Program was created to assist in providing supplementation and enrichment to your student’s education, and to encourage connections within the homeschooling community.

For more info: website, facebook, email or call (540) 845-2526

Homeschoolers of Herndon-Reston
Culpepper, Fauquier, Prince William, Rappahannock, Spotsylvania

This is a meeting place for homeschoolers of all ages, educational philosophies, religions, creeds, and ethnicities in the Herndon/Reston area of Virginia. It serves as a place to connect, to plan activities, classes, and field trips, and to support one another in our homeschooling journeys. This place is entirely member-run. There is no leader here to organize or limit activities, nor are there rules as to how those activities should be run. Participation and the number of activities lie solely with the members.

For more info: email

Kindred Learning Adventures

Kindred Learning Adventures provides homeschool learners prek-6 with an assortment of opportunities to socialize and learn through fun hands-on experiences and learning adventures in Northern Virginia and the surrounding areas.

We specifically hold safe, and culturally-responsive space that uplifts Black and Brown homeschool learners and their families. We warmly welcome allied families who value our lives and regard our need for this beautiful space.

We offer both membership and non-membership participation.

For more info: website

LIFE (Loving Instruction for Eternity)  (Religious)
Culpepper, Fairfax, Fauquier, Gainesville, Loudoun, Prince William

LIFE (Loving Instruction for Eternity) assists homeschooling parents in the education of their children. We provide classes one or two days a week with lectures, discussions, presentations, and labs. The other days of the week students work at home with parental help and management of their course work. Most classes are geared toward the junior- and senior-high school levels, but we do offer some classes for the elementary grades as well. Tests are administered and grades are given by the teachers for all core classes. The school year begins in September and ends in May. LIFE also offers standardized group testing, a graduation ceremony, email loop, a lending library, and seminars/workshops for parents and students.

For more info: email or website 

Logos Classical Academy   (Religious)
Fairfax, Prince William

We are a brand new homeschool co-operative in Northern Virginia. Our organization, Logos Classical Academy, provides a full-day academic programming to homeschooled students in Fairfax and Prince William counties. We offer classes for K4-9th grade. Our program is a classical Christian program. Families are required to agree to our statement of faith and school philosophy as outlined in our school handbook. We seek to support homeschool families who are looking for academic support in the core subject areas.

For more info: Facebook, website, email or call 703-595-5285

Manassas Area Roman Catholic Homeschoolers – M.A.R.C.H
Manassas, Woodbridge, Gainesville, Warrenton, Bristow

We are a Catholic homeschool group in the Manassas area that work to support families in the area and enrich thier homeschool journey through community.

For more info: website or email

Mayflower Homeschoolers   (Religious)
Culpepper, Fauquier, Loudoun, Prince William, Rappahannock

Under the patronage of Our Lady of Fatima, Mayflower Homeschoolers is a Roman Catholic independent homeschool support group loyal to the magisterium of the Roman Catholic Church. Mayflower’s goal is to offer spiritual and temporal support to families who homeschool. At minimum, we offer a weekly mix of spiritual, social, and academic activities for ages 3-18 during the school year, plus monthly family activities in the summer!

For more info: website, Facebook

Meridian Homeschool Club

Our model is to have several subjects brought to one place, with the same classmates, week after week. Meridian Homeschool Club is open to all homeschool students in the greater Washington DC area.

For more info: website

MLS Educational Consultants (MLS Tutors)
Fairfax County

MLS Tutors is a McLean, Virginia, based educational practice designed to provide comprehensive services for students in grades kindergarten through college. Tutors work with students in both individual and small group environments.

MLS supports homeschooled students through their Custom Classroom program. This personalized schooling option either follows a curriculum chosen by parents or designed by MLS to meet the needs of students. Support in advanced courses is available including all higher level math, science, and foreign language, as well as AP and IB classes. Support for gateway tests such as the SAT, ACT, SSAT, etc. as well as college planning and application support is available.

e info: website, email or call 703-356-0780 x2

NICE Circle

NICE Circle is a secular, inclusive 501c3 non-profit organization that provides opportunities for homeschoolers to participate in clubs, field trips, and service projects in Loudoun County, VA and beyond.

NEW: Our Virtual Clubs are geared towards elementary- to middle school-aged students and currently include Book Club, Art Club, and STEM Club. NICE Circle clubs are ways for our kids to connect around meaningful topics, fun activities, and good books!

For more info: Facebook, website or email

NVA Muslim Homeschoolers
Northern VA

Muslim homeschooling support group for Northern Virginia and the DC metro area.

For more info: Facebook

Padre Pio Academy  (Religious)
Frederick, Front Royal, Rappahannock, Shenandoah, Warren, Winchester

Padre Pio Academy is a university-style education supplement for the homeschooling families of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church and surrounding communities. We are located in Front Royal. We offer a quality, Catholic education for homeschool students, pre-K through grade 12, using the Seton Home Study curriculum. Our focus is on academic excellence and character development for each student, while empowering parents as primary educators to maintain an active role in their child’s education. Classes are held on M/W/F for all grade levels.

For more info: website or email

REACH Homeschool Group
Orange, Culpeper, Fredericksburg, Stafford, Spotsylvania, King George, Caroline, Madison, Culpeper, Fauquier, Louis

REACH is a very active group that averages 30 to 80 events per month. We have activities and events for students of all ages.

We offer clubs (like drama, chess, Yovaso, Anime), classes (like ASL, Art, Cooking, Magic, Herpetology, Law & more), workshops (like Mad Science, Stem & More), Prek & K and SR graduation, yearbooks, 3 dances a year (Homecoming, Winter Dance and Prom, and so much more.

REACH has been around for 22 yrs and is a support group to many homeschool families. We are Christian led but welcome all.

For more info: Website, email or call: (540) 287-9202

RestonEclectic Homeschoolers
Herndon, Reston

RestonEclecticHS is a fully inclusive place for homeschoolers who live, learn, work, play, or otherwise have an interest in Reston.

For more info: Facebook

Right at Home

Right at Home has been a support group in Western Loudoun County (Virginia) since 1990. They serve to connect homeschoolers for field trips, classes, Moms’ Night Out, Park Days, etc. They also offer adjunct classes in support of your home education efforts.

For more info: website or email

Saint Ann’s Homeschool Support Group (Religious)

Formerly TORCH of Northern Virginia
Saint Ann’s Homeschool support group is a coalition of Catholic homeschooling families in the Northern Virginia area (Metro DC). Under the patronage of St. Ann, grandmother of our Lord, they support, encourage, and assist others in their adventures of homeschooling and Catholic family life.

For more info: website or email

Scent of Water Home School Learning Community (Religious)

This new program from the Center for Redemptive Education offers “the whole story for the whole child” to support home schooling families in their quest to align with God’s design for their children.

We believe God’s design for teaching and learning is BRIE: BIBLICAL – through and through! RELATIONAL – we want to know you and your child! INTEGRAL – a holistic view of image-bearers and the world in which they live! And EXPERIENTIAL – head, hands, and heart!

Highly qualified Redemptive Educators invite your child to engage deeply with the Creator and His creation. With a strong outdoor education focus, Scent of Water classes reflect all school subjects, while also celebration the “emergent curriculum” that springs from the interests, ideas and explorations of the students themselves.

Meeting times are T/W/TH, from 9:00am-3:00pm, and provide robust and innovative academic instruction for students K-8th grade while cultivating real community among kids, their teachers, and their families. Sept. through May.

For more info: website or email

Arlington, Fairfax, Falls Church, Prince William, Springfield

A network for Northern Virginia homeschooling families. Provides free, twice-monthly email newsletter of ideas, activities, and information.

For more info: email or call (703) 893-4227, (703) 327-7377

Skye Chase Enrichment Co-op

Meets Wednesdays for park day and on Fridays during the school year for an enrichment co-op. Contact Renee Fornshill or Terri Hood at

For more info: website or email

South Riding Homeschool Support Group (Religious)
Loudoun, South Riding

We are a Christian homeschool support group in South Riding but we welcome all homeschoolers. We provide homeschool support for those in and around the South Riding area by holding a mom’s monthly night out and an email yahoo group to communicate with each other for advice, field trip opportunities, and park day gatherings.

For more info: email

Spotsylvania Regional Christian Homeschoolers (SRCH)      (Religious)
Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania

Spotsylvania Regional Christian Homeschoolers (SRCH) is for Christ-Centered homeschooling families living in or around Spotsylvania County, Virginia. Since 1997, SRCH has had an active core membership who have orchestrated social and educational activities for children and parents. Families benefit greatly from the fellowship and encouragement of one another. Our goal is to provide a familiar “family” of friends to walk with in this homeschool journey.

Our recent activities include parent meetings, nature days, chess club, volleyball, park days, field trips, science fair, international day, used curriculum sale, skating, gingerbread house party, and other seasonal celebrations. All members are encouraged to plan activities and share their talents.

If you are new to homeschooling or new to the area, we would like to offer you a free and easy access point to information and fellowship with other local Christian homeschoolers.

For more info: email

St. John’s Home Educators (Religious)
Fauquier, Warrenton

St. John’s Home Educators (SJHE) is a private group of homeschooling families based at St. John the Evangelist Church (Warrenton, VA), a Roman Catholic parish of the Diocese of Arlington (VA). Under the spiritual direction of our pastor, our primary mission is to support each other’s vocation as principal and primary teachers of our children through prayer, works of mercy, as well as educational, spiritual, and social activities.

For more info: website or email

St. Nicholas Cottage School (Religious)

St. Nicholas Cottage School is an Orthodox hybrid school that benefits from the proven Memoria Press curriculum, personalized attention of caring teachers in a small classroom setting, and allows families to balance three days per week of classroom with family life. We offer classes in Manassas, VA for homeschool students who are seeking well-rounded education in a Christian environment (no statement of faith required). For more information visit our website. For the updated schedule of classes, please email us .

For more info: Facebook, website, email or call (703) 598-1171

St. Raymond Home School Group (Religious)
Alexandria, Annandale, Burke, Fairfax, Ft. Belvoir, Lorton, Springfield, Woodbridge

St. Raymond Home School Group (HSG) is a group of about 60 homeschooling families that are linked together by our love of Jesus Christ and His Catholic Church. We are affiliated with St. Raymond of Peñafort Roman Catholic Church in Springfield, Virginia. Our mission is to provide fellowship and support opportunities for Catholic homeschoolers and their parents, to build a sense of community, to share the liturgical year together, and to provide home management resources and support for each other. To that end, we host monthly themed potlucks, a monthly teacher support group and a bi-monthly Couples’ Night Out. We offer many parent-led activities geared to our students from Pre-K to high school.

For more info: website

TECH Homeschool Co-op
Reston, Sterling, Dulles, Leesburg, Herndon, Fairfax, Manassas

TECH is a homeschool co-op, established over 20 years ago, committed to partnering with Evangelical Christian parents who are already deeply involved in their child’s education. Our families have a successful track record of homeschooling (minimum of one year), but desire the help and support that a group of like-minded families can provide one another. TECH families must have a good handle on the training and discipline of their children before they enroll them in TECH because TECH views the parent as the primary educator of the student and holds them responsible for ensuring their student’s day-to-day conduct is in accordance with the values and policies of the co-op.

For more info: website or email

The Homeschool Hub
Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania, Stafford

A local hub where homeschoolers of all backgrounds come to commune, make friends, and take an immersive class or two, taught by expert instructors. There are no membership requirements or statements of faith to participate in this group. Meeting Location: Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Fredericksburg

Some classes offered will be art classes, Chemistry for Kids, nature classes, Jr. Science Explorers, Spanish Immersion, and Introductory Spanish for Little Kids.

For more info: website or email

The STEAM School

K-6 homeschool co-op for STEM and Arts subjects with a focus on creating self-directed learners and collaborators.

For more info: Facebook, website , email or call (540) 364-0030

We Home Educate and Train (WHEAT)  (Religious)
Fauquier, Manassas, Prince William

Christian homeschool support group serving communities of Eastern Prince William County, Manassas, and surrounding areas here in Virginia. The purpose of WHEAT is to share information, provide support and networking for homeschoolers, and to enrich homeschooling families spiritually, academically, and socially. They believe in the God-given right of parents to teach their children at home. While WHEAT is a Christian group which seeks God’s guidance through prayer at the beginning of meetings and many activities, WHEAT is open to all.

For more info: website

Homeschooling in/near Augusta County
Areas: Augusta

We want to serve as an information hub and support/community group for homeschooling families in Augusta County, Virginia.

For more info: Facebook or email

Natural Learners of the Shenandoah Valley
: Shenandoah Valley

The Valley’s inclusive group of home educating families. Open to new members, regardless of family size or structure, religious beliefs, or education style. This diverse group of friends meets weekly for activities, both planned and spontaneous: PE classes, game days, hikes, field trips, movie premiers, and more. Particularly popular are Mom’s Nights Out, and any occasion for a celebration!

For more info: Facebook or email

Page County Homeschoolers of Virginia
Areas: Albemarle, Augusta, Clarke, Frederick, Greene, Luray, Madison, Page, Rappahannock, Rockingham, Warren

Most meetings take place in Luray, Virginia. PCH currently meets once per week with a different focus each week. Art, geography, engineering and field trips are just some of the things we enjoy throughout the month. We do have a membership, but membership is not required for most of our activities. Instead, non-members may be charges slightly more for activities than members (who get many of our classes free and discounts on field trips). Many of our current members are ages 4 to 10 and we are open to all ages, abilities and interests. Visit our website to see when/where our next meeting is and to watch for our next open house so you can see what we’re all about. You are welcome to jump into any of our activities at any time and we look forward to meeting you!

For more info: Facebook, website or email

Parent Educators of Augusta County Homes (PEACH)    (Religious)
Areas: Augusta, Bath, Highland, Nelson, Rockbridge, Staunton, Waynesboro

PEACH is an organization that provides support and encouragement to parents who are teaching their children at home and to those who are considering homeschooling. The organization is Christian in orientation, and is guided by the Word of God, the Bible. In God’s Word we are commanded to “provoke one another to love and good works” (Hebrews 10:24) and to “train up a child according to God’s Word” (Proverbs 22:6).

For more info: website or email

Raw Learning
Areas: Alleghany, Rockbridge, and Augusta counties

Raw Learning is an educational non-profit organization dedicated to creating community and expanding alternative education opportunities in Rockbridge County, Clifton Forge and surrounding areas. We are a secular group with no religious or political affiliations. We have a focus on self-directed education and nature connection. We are an inclusive group, and welcome everyone regardless of race, ethnicity, age, gender, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, disability, economic status, or educational beliefs. We are currently offering field-trips, community meet-ups, and educational programs in conjunction with other organizations in our area.

For more info: Facebook, website , email or call (252) 573-9192

Shenandoah Christian Home Educators (SCHE)    (Religious)
: Frederick, Winchester

A local homeschool support group upholding biblical principles and traditional Christian values. They exist to help meet the needs of families choosing parent-directed home education as an alternative to public or private schools. They come from many denominational backgrounds and homeschool for varied reasons. Their common bond is our desire to honor the Lord GOD through our families and the education of our children.

For more info: Facebook or email

Valley Home Educators       (Religious)
: Harrisonburg, Rockingham

Valley Home Educators (VHE) is a Christian support group with statement of faith for homeschooling families in Harrisonburg, Rockingham County, Virginia and surrounding areas.

For more info: website or email

WHEEL Co-op     (Religious)
: Augusta

WHEEL is a Christian parent-taught group which meets weekly in Waynesboro. Classes cover a variety of topics determined each spring. We are family-based and welcome all ages.

For more info: Facebook or email

Winchester Area Homeschoolers Association
: Augusta

The Winchester Area Homeschoolers Association is a voluntary support group for homeschooling families and those interested in homeschooling in the Winchester Virginia and Northern Shenandoah Valley area. WAHA is here to provide a support network for homeschoolers. The bond that holds members of WAHA together is their collective dedication to homeschooling as an educational alternative. WAHA’s primary mission is to support members as they seek to live out this commitment on a daily basis. They focus a great deal on field trips and group activities that provide both education and fun. Membership is open to any person regardless of age, race, religious ideology, or gender.

For more info: website

Blue Ridge Family Unschoolers Network
Areas: Amherst, Bedford, Big Island, Botetourt, Campbell, Floyd, Forest, Franklin, Lynchburg, Patrick, Roanoke, Rocky Mount, Rustburg, Salem, Smith Mountain Lake

Blue Ridge FUN is an inclusive support group of homeschooling families. All homeschoolers are welcome, without bias to style of homeschooling, choice of curriculum, or personal beliefs. There is no fee to join, no statement of faith, and no hierarchy. All activities are planned by various families in the group, and all families in the group may plan and/or participate as they wish.

For more info: Facebook or email

Christian Home Educators of Franklin County (CHEF)   (Religious)
Bedford, Boone’s Mill, Franklin, Henry, Martinsville, Moneta, Patrick, Rocky Mount, Wirtz

CHEF is a Christian homeschool support group. The purpose of CHEF is to serve, encourage, and support Christian homeschooling families in Franklin and the surrounding counties of Virginia. This includes families who are anticipating homeschooling, families who are currently homeschooling one or more of their children, and families who may no longer be homeschooling but are still interested in ministering to homeschooling families. They meet for family and moms’ ministry, monthly field trips, and weekly group co-op enrichment classes.

For more info: Facebook, email or call (540) 420-6043.

Christian Homeschoolers of Southwest Virginia (CHSV)  (Religious)
Dickinson, Lee, Russell, Scott, Wise

Formerly Southwest Virgina Area Home School Association

A Christian homeschool support group that primarily serves Wise, Lee, Scott, Russell, and Dickinson counties. During the school year they meet regularly for gym days, field trips, and other educational events and parties. They produce their old yearbook and hold a senior graduation ceremony. CHSV also maintains a library for registered members to borrow curricula and other educational items.

For more info: Facebook or email

GRACEducators      (Religious)
Abingdon, Washington County

GRACEducators is an Abingdon area, Washington county, Virginia, Christian homeschool group. We are a decidedly Christian group of families that seeks to encourage and support one another in the calling to homeschool our children in a Christ-centered environment.  To join, please see our statement of faith page to complete the forms.

For more info: Website or email

GraceLife Home Educators     (Religious)
New River Valley

As the homeschool ministry of GraceLife Baptist Church our desire is to encourage deeper relationships and wider educational experiences for homeschool families of the New River Valley. By sharing our gifts and talents we offer a low cost co-op with academic and enrichment classes for the whole family.

For more info: Website

Greater Roanoke Home Educators (GRHE)    (Religious)
Areas: Roanoke

GRHE exists to support and encourage those who are home educating and to act as a source of information to those considering educating their children at home. GRHE is a Christian organization and they seek to bring glory to God in all that they do.

For more info: Website or email

Greater Roanoke Home Educators (GRHE)    (Religious)
Areas: Roanoke

GRHE exists to support and encourage those who are home educating and to act as a source of information to those considering educating their children at home. GRHE is a Christian organization and they seek to bring glory to God in all that they do.

For more info: Website or email

Lee County Home Schoolers Group
Areas: Lee

Small group that meets Fridays at the Jonesville Park, or when it gets cold, at The Family Life Center United Methodist Church in Jonesville. No charge, but we try to go on local (within 2-hours) field trips. It is centered around the kids and their participation.

For more info: Facebook, email or call (276) 220-5819

Montgomery County VA Unschool Group   (Religious)
Blacksburg, Christiansburg, Montgomery, Shawsville

This is a newly formed homeschooling group without any religious leaning. If you want to meet other homeschool families from the Montgomery County Unschool district then this is the place for you! The group goal is to provide a social network for local homeschool families to meet and share ideas. If you or your child are looking for some social time and an excuse to get out of the house, please join us during one of our field trips/meetups. This group is open to Blacksburg, Christiansburg, Shawsvillle, and Montgomery County families.

For more info: Facebook

New River Valley Christian Home Educators  (Religious)
Floyd, Giles, Montgomery, New River Valley, Pulaski, Radford

We are believers and followers of Jesus Christ in the New River Valley of Southwest Virginia. We have joined together to mutually encourage and, if necessary, to assist one another in the education of our children to the glory of God. Our purpose is to encourage those who are educating their children at home, provide a source of information to those who are considering home education, provide a forum for the exchange of practical ideas and information relating to the training and education of children, and provide a network for sharing the specialized skills and knowledge of individuals within the collection of parents educating their children at home.

For more info: Website or email

NRV & SWVA Homeschoolers
Carroll, Montgomery, New River Valley, Pulaski, Radford, Wythe

An active friendly discussion & announcement group open to all homeschooling families living in the New River Valley and surrounding areas of southwest Virginia. Share information, ask questions, plan events & field trips, chat and connect with other homeschoolers in the area.

For more info: Facebook

Proverbs 22 Homeschooling     (Religious)

A local homeschool group with weekly classes, and lots of events! Check our website to register to join.

For more info: Facebook, website or email

Roanoke Homeschoolers
Roanoke, Salem

We are an all-inclusive group of homeschooling families within the Roanoke region who meet regularly to provide meaningful, educational experiences for our children. We are committed to building and maintaining a healthy, open-minded homeschool community through monthly social gatherings and smaller skills/educational groups. Members contribute to the group by planning events. Our goal is to create community within our group and to give our children opportunities to have fun, make friends, and learn along the way. Currently dues are $10.

For more info: Meetup

Roanoke-Salem Homeschool Academy
Roanoke, Salem, Blacksburg, Christiansburg, Vinton, Daleville, Troutville, Bonsack, Bedford, Catawba, New Castle, Roanoke County, Franklin County, Botetourt county, Montgomery County

Statement of faith required to join the co-op / group to attend and / or teach classes

For more info: Facebook, website, email or call (540) 541-8226

SALT Homeschool Co-op     (Religious)
Bedford, Botetourt, Franklin, Roanoke, Salem

SALT Homeschool Co-op is a Christ-centered co-op that offers an academic curriculum for grades K-12, as well as an opportunity for each family to serve, encourage, and support one another. We offer science, social studies, language arts, and an elective for most grade levels. If you are interested in learning more about SALT, please visit our website to find out more.

For more info: Website or email

Southwest Virginia Home Educators
Carroll, Galax, Grayson

An excited group of home educators who enjoy getting together to encourage other families on this wonderful journey. Their main goal is to offer support to families who home educate or are planning to do so in the Southwest Virginia area. They primarily serve Grayson, Carroll, and the surrounding counties around Galax; but, if you’re willing to drive, come join us! Whether you are new to homeschooling or a seasoned veteran new to the area, you are welcome. They also open our group to families with preschool-aged children who are considering the home education option. Their leaders are Christian and our group promotes the values taught in the Bible. However, regardless of your beliefs, you are welcome to join our activities. They require all members to sign a code of conduct to ensure respect for everyone in their group. Moms’ events & Park Days are open to everyone.

For more info: Website or email

Valley Classical School    (Religious)
Blacksburg, New River Valley

Valley Classical School (VCS) is a classical Christian school in the New River Valley that takes a collaborative approach to education. Below you will find a short description of what we mean by classical, collaborative, and Christian.

Classical: We use proven teaching methods that align with a child’s natural developmental stages, equipping students with tools for lifelong learning through the phases of grammar, logic, and rhetoric. Our comprehensive curriculum is well rounded in the study of science, math, history, literature and poetry, English grammar, spelling, writing, Latin, and the arts.

Collaborative: Students attend class on campus with trained teachers two days a week, and then receive assignments to complete under the guidance of parents at home two to three days a week. This allows parents to share in the academic instruction of their children, but also provides the structure and benefits of the classroom environment.

Christian: A Christ-centered perspective in education means that the board, staff, and families of Valley Classical School are united in affirming our statement of faith (The Nicene Creed). It also means that the way we think about and pursue the training of students is influenced by our understanding of the gospel and the truths of the Bible. Ultimately, what is true, good, and beautiful is rooted in Christ.

For more info: Facebook, website, email or call (540) 339-3930

Acres of Grace – Special Needs Homeschooling

A place for support, help, and resources for homeschooling special needs kids. Statewide.

For more information: Facebook

Classical Conversations (Religious)

Our once-a-week, supplemental, academic programs provide a committed Christian community and structure and support, along with great fellowship for the students. We offer Foundations (K4-6th), Essentials (3rd-6th), and Challenge (7th-12). If you have been looking for a community of homeschoolers who use the Classical Model for education, live by Christian world view principles, and enjoy learning, come and visit us at one of our programs or practicums. Informational meetings and all practicums are free. Participation in Classical Conversations requires registration and tuition.

See their website or email for more information.