Florida Homeschool Support Groups

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Below is an alphabetical list of homeschool support groups throughout Florida.  If you would like to narrow your search to groups in your area, please enter your county in the search box. 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.

4 Townes Home Schoolers

4 Townes Home Schoolers is a homeschool support network for families in the Volusia County, Florida area. This is a Christian group, however all are welcome. There are park days and field trips. (Volusia)

Alachua Regional Catholic Home Schoolers

Alachua Regional Catholic Home Schoolers (ARCHS) is a Catholic Homeschool & Mom's Group that meets First Friday mornings at St. Madeleine Catholic Church in High Springs, FL for Mass & Children's Adoration. They meet on 3rd Fridays for Mass at Holy Faith Catholic Church in Gainesville followed by picnic and play at Possum Creek park. They also get together for other activities and field trips. The group serves Alachua and surrounding counties, including but not limited to Columbia, Gilchrist, Levy and Union. There are no membership fees, but donations are appreciated to cover the cost of art supplies.(Alachua, Columbia, Gilchrist, Levy, Union)

Alachua Regional Catholic Home Schoolers

Alternative Homeschool Educators of South Florida

Alternative Homeschool Educators of South Florida is an all inclusive homeschool group serving Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach Counties. This group believes in respect for all people regardless of homeschooling styles, race, age or religion.  It offers an online discussion list that includes discussion on all styles of teaching (life learning, unschooling, school at home, eclectic...) useful links, homeschool support from experienced parents, park days, field trips, educational co-ops and much more. (Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach)

APPLE Homeschool Group

APPLE is an Adventist homeschool support group for families in the Central Florida area. They offer homeschool activities, field trips, workshops, etc.  Ideas, encouragement, and support are also passed along among members. APPLE Homeschool Group is a volunteer organization. Anyone is welcome and encouraged to plan field trips or other activities. (Orange, Seminole, Lake, Osceola)

Arlington Explorers

The Arlington Explorers is an eclectic homeschool support group serving Arlington and surrounding areas. They meet for weekly park dates, monthly field trips, small interest-based groups, and service projects. Although the majority of the families in AE are Christian, they do not require a signed statement of faith to join and all denominations are welcome. Please review the rules on the website to determine if their group is the right fit for your family.  (Duval)

Bay Area Christian Homeschoolers

Bay Area Christian Homeschoolers (BACH) is a not for profit, volunteer, non-denominational Christian support group for homeschooling families mainly in Hillsborough and Pasco counties. They are Christian-based but not Christian-exclusive. Their purpose is to encourage families in their homeschooling efforts by providing fellowship, information, socialization and support.  They created this group to provide a place for members to participate in monthly park days, field trips, art & crafts, Book-It, projects, holiday parties, and playground time. (Hillsborough, Pasco, Pinellas)

Boca Home Schoolers

Families taking education into their own hands for the benefit of their children is the cause connecting all members of Boca Home Schoolers, Inc. Any who shares this vision is welcome. All members of BHS, Inc. are asked to sign a statement by which they agree to preserve the group's Christian leadership structure, focus and activities, and to not attempt to change them. (Palm Beach)

Brandon Homeschool Cooperative

Brandon Homeschool Cooperative (BHC) is a fully inclusive group of families that shares resources, ideas, and support for all methods of homeschooling.  There are regular activities for children in a wide variety of ages, including park days, field trips, and subject sessions.  Parents also enjoy the monthly Parent's Night Out, as well as sessions that provide information and support for homeschooling. (Hillsborough)