Over the years, many people have contributed to these listings. The seeds of the collection came from Ruthann Biel, Growing Without Schooling, and Home Education Press.
Monthly newsletters, activities, and the chance for homeschool kids in West/South Central Phoenix to interact with other homeschool kids.
A diverse and accepting group, bound by their common desire for deep involvement in their children's education.
Christian group serving African-American families in the Greater Phoenix area. For more information, call 623-932-4156.
CHE - Christian Home Educators
A large, well-established group with many activities and neighborhood sub-groups; meets the 2nd Friday of each month at Word of Grace Church in Mesa.
Joan Wiebe <JWiebe8553@aol.com>
Mesa. A free enrichment program, offered by the public school district.
EVE - East Valley Educators
Phoenix. Open and welcoming to all people. Support by sharing experiences, information, ideas and books. Believes in the importance of family and our right to educate our children in the way we feel is best. Informal structure, with monthly park days and volunteer field trips.
Becky <email@example.com> 480-507-6596
NE Phoenix and Scottsdale - an inclusive group that appreciates attachment parenting, alternative health and organic eating.
Suzanne Castillo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Christian group in New River. Lending library, classes, workshops, standardized testing, playroom, newsletter, &c.
LDS Home Centered Learners
Bi-monthly newsletter and scheduled activities throughout the year, including a three day science camp.
Laurie Ingalls 602-807-9879, <LINGA1179@aol.com>
The Liahona Learners
520-296-2228 (ask for kathy), MomW7@aol.com
Phoenix Liahone Homeschoolers
An LDS homeschool support group based in Central Phoenix.
Leesa Johnson <email@example.com>
Yuma. Consists of families that are homeschooling for a variety of reasons; seeks to provide an atmosphere that embraces whole-hearted learning while encouraging each other.
Social and creative outlets for all homeschooling families, regardless of their personal lifestyle or educational choices. Motto is "hozho," a Navajo word meaning "harmony" or "walking in beauty or friendship."
10414 W. Mulberry Drive
Avondale, AZ 85323
Four subgroups, covering the entire Phoenix Valley.
For all home schooling families in the West Valley. Park Day every Friday at 9am - Surprise Park (15850 N. Bullard Avenue), at the big ramada between the lake and the playground.
Christian support group with small groups, field trips, and PE. Serves Ahwatukee, Chandler and Tempe.
Inclusive (mostly Christian) group for Peoria, Glendale, North Phoenix, Surprise and other West Valley communities.
Support for Homeschool families in The Greater Phoenix Area. Discussions, encouragement, buy/sell curricula, event notifications, educational URL's, info on laws, educator's freebies, etc. Open to all.
Homeschooling spirited or gifted kids. Open to all.