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.
Cherish Christian Home Educators, Inc.
A support group for families in the south Metro Atlanta counties
PO Box 1786
McDonough, GA 30253
Chattahoochee Valley Homeschoolers
Deena Johnston <email@example.com>
853 Denny Road
Cataula, Georgia 31804
Mutual support and social and educational events (field trips, play days, &c) for any home educated families (regardless of religion or philosophy) in Douglas County and the surrounding area.
Coastal Georgia Homeschool Association
A Christian homeschool support group in the Brunswick, Golden Isles area
Terry Craig <firstname.lastname@example.org>
State-wide group for those "who follow an Earth Centered Spirituality".
Coffee County Home Educators
1001 E. Walker Street
Douglas, GA. 31533
Dedicated to the Biblical commands for parents to train their children.
A Christian group in Meriwether County.
Rome/Floyd County and surrounding counties.
Gwinnett Christian Home Educators
1981 Clinton Place
Lawrenceville, Ga 30243
Mark and Sandra Rush, President
HCHE - Henry County Home Educators
South metro Atlanta. Nonsectarian; no membership fee; twice monthly Play Days and monthly field trips from September through May with December off.
An advocacy group that seeks "to ensure that Georgia recognizes home schooling"
Dacula. Christian group with monthly meetings at Hebron Baptist Church.
Alpharetta, North Fulton, and surrounding areas. A ministry of Alpharetta First United Methodist Church. Play dates, field trips, parent meetings, and enrichment days.
Homeschool Friends of Roswell
Roswell and surrounding areas of Fulton, Cobb, and Cherokee Counties. Open to all families seeking homeschool support. Offers friendship building plus home education support, encouragement, and activities.
Alane Palmer <email@example.com> 678-795-0052 or
Trudy Bourn <firstname.lastname@example.org> 678-461-4643
Over 160 Christian families in the Columbus/Phenix City area.
Christian-lead (no statement of faith) group for Barrow, Gwinnett, Walton, Jackson and surrounding areas. Co-ops, field trips, parties, play dates, chess club and more.
Christian group, serving Walker, Catoosa, Date and Chattooga counties
An eclectic mix of many personal religious and political beliefs - "in no way related with the Secular Humanists" - all homeschooling families are welcome. Meetings and events throughout Georgia; runs a Yahoo mailing list.
An all-inclusive mix of homeschoolers and unschoolers that are not defined by faith or politics, but by their love for their children and the freedom to homeschool them in the beautiful foothills of the North Georgia mountains. A neighborhood, not a support group.
Serving North Fulton, Cobb, Cherokee, Forsyth counties
Networking for families who are not homeschooling for religious reasons.
East Metro Atlanta; inclusive. Weekly parkdays, field trips, Parent's Night Out. A "small, friendly group open to new members."
Thomasville Home Education Network
Welcomes all home schoolers and unschooers; provides information, support, and fun activities.
Barbara Riche <Vriche@surfsouth.com>
TRUTH Apostolic Homeschool Fellowship
Provide support to Apostolic (and other Christian) families in Newton and Rockdale counties. Emphasizes the importance of the whole family, and asks that all members of the family attend meetings together.
380 Mountainview Drive
Covington, GA 30016
VAHA serves the South Georgia and North Florida area, and is open to any person or family who has an interest in homeschooling. Their web page has information on how to start, where to find help, resources and laws, plus lots of educational links.
West Metro Home Educators
An all-inclusive group from the Douglas, Paulding and South Cobb County areas. Activities and resources to enhance and support the home educating experience. Open to all home educators, new and experienced.
Vicki Johnson <email@example.com>
from the Georgia Department of Education, Superintendent's Help Desk.