Jon's Homeschool Resource Page

Jon's Homeschool Resources


This page has two parts:
Support Groups Neighbors to meet
Mailing Lists Neighbors to talk to

Support Groups top
Neighbors to meet

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.
An inclusive homeschooling support group. Private email newsletter, $5/year.
P.O. Box 82265
Portland, Oregon 97282
Provides support to all homeschool families. Not concerned with personal beliefs, age, nationality, or curriculum choices. Believes that everyone has the right to believe whatever they choose, as long as it does not inhibit the rights of others.
LIGHT - Lane Inter-Christian Guild of Home Teachers
P.O. Box 70498
Eugene, OR 97401
An email support group for the mid-Willamette Valley. Exchange information about events and activities, classes, workshops, performances, library programs, ideas and resources that are of interest to local homeschoolers.
New Hope Homeschool Group
An inclusive group which meets regularly to share ideas and plan activities.
New Hope Community Church
Clackamas, Oregon
"distinctly and forthrightly Christian in content and character. [S]erving home educators in Oregon for over 13 years [by] working to protect home education freedoms and link home educators to local Christian support groups."
OHEN is an inclusive, statewide, nonprofit organization dedicated to the support of all of Oregon's homeschooling families. OHEN provides homeschoolers with information about local, state, and national homeschooling activities and resources, as well as opportunities to network with other homeschoolers.
A publicly-funded, private alternative education program that offers classes and field trips to homeschool students in the Portland area.
For Woodburn area homeschooling families seeking to connect with similar families. Predominately Christian group, but open to "all faiths". Seeks the exchange of teaching materials and services, special needs help, and contact information. Has occasional get togethers, and would like to set up various classes.
680 North Second Street
Woodburn, Oregon 97071

Mailing Lists top
Neighbors to talk to

A statewide, inclusive, support and information list.
A Woodburn-area "e-mail loop" - a way to share anything of interest (like events and activities) to local homeschoolers. To subscribe, send e-mail to with the words "Subscribe MCH" in the subject line.

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