Jon's Homeschool Resource Page

Jon's Homeschool Resources


Thank you for visiting this site - a source of neutral, non-commercial homeschooling information for over ten years now. I am not trying to sell anything to you, nor am I advocating any position or methodology. I am a homeschooling Dad and you can find occasional references to what we do in this house scattered through the pages of this site, but I select resources on the basis of clarity and breadth, not politics or religion.

With over 140 distinct pages and over 1¾ meg of HTML text, this is one of the largest homeschooling sites on the Web. This site's size and neutrality is why it remains one of the most popular homeschooling sites on the Web, with a high Google rank, over fifteen hundred incoming links and five or six hundred visitors every day. And this site's continuing popularity is why I have kept one of the oldest homeschooling sites on the Web alive and growing for so long.

You'll find answers to the most common questions in the Quick Tips box, to the right. If you'd prefer to explore this site methodically, the Contents page will give you a good overview. Alternatively, the menu on the left will always show you where you are within one of the six main sections; every line is a link, and can be clicked on. Finally, the Search page will let you use Google to search this site.

I'm always willing to try to answer questions or to receive material via email - but I would like to ask that you please read my 'Read Me' page before you ask for personal advice, send me a link, link to one of my pages, or copy any of my text or markup. Thanks!

This is the front page of Jon's Homeschool Resources.

Copyright © 1994..2004 Jon Shemitz <>
June 14, 1994..September 2, 2004
[See the What's New page for general site news.]

Quick Tips
Where to begin?
Not sure you should?
Subscribe to the home-ed mailing list for help with your doubts.
Support Groups
A local support group is usually the best place to go for info on testing and reporting requirements, and on how to get access to school (sports) facilities.
What to teach?
Subscribe to home-ed to talk about your curriculum questions.

Classified Ads

Classified Ads
Classified Ads can be placed on the regional pages of my support groups & homeschooling law list. The intent is to connect homeschoolers with people offering classes and/or activities.