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.
Camano Island Homeschoolers
"For Families Learning at Home and in Life!" Meets first Wednesday of the month.
Camano Island, Washington
Christian. Support and information in all areas pertaining to home education; a political watch group for issues and concerns that promote freedom for all homeschoolers and traditional family values.
Serving homeschoolers in Vancouver and throughout Southwest Washington.
Families Learning Together
Box 10 Tiger Star Tr.
146 SW 153rd #290
Whatcom & Skagit counties, and nearby areas.
Family Learning Organization
PO Box 7256
Phone 509-467-2252 (also statewide)
A large support group in the Skagit Valley, offering enrichment classes for students and support for parents.
Home Educators Cooperative of the Mid-Columbia
612 S. Nelson
Kennewick, Washington 99336
A place where all homeschoolers are free to gather, regardless of race, religious views, creed, learning styles or political views to hold small classes, organize group activities and form friendships in the Summit area of Tacoma / Puyallup.
Non-profit, all inclusive support group dedicated to serving all homeschoolers on North Whidbey - a great way to connect with other homeschoolers.
Homeschoolers' Support Assoc.
PO Box 413
Maple Valley 98038
Homeschooling on the Palouse
SE 405 Hill
HOME - Home Oriented Meaningful Education
A Christian group serving South Snohomish and North King County.
PO Box 13543
Mill Creek, Washington 98082
A Catholic support group for the Spokane area.
Christian-run inclusive group for the South Puget Sound area.
Lower Columbia Christian Educators Association
"a homeschool support group in Cowlitz County, Washington. [Meets] on the first Tuesday of each month at East Hills Alliance Church in Kelso, Washington."
Maple Valley Home School Group
An open group that welcomes diversity. Meets once a month, and has lots of fun and educational activities throughout the month.
Monroe Homeschool Support Group
"We support ALL homeschoolers."
A free, all volunteer group for homeschool support - open to everyone and not associated with any particular religion.
NSCF - North Seattle Christian Fellowship Homeschool Support Group
12345 8th Ave. NE
Seattle Washington 98125
Attn. Joan Nieman
For Christian families in the South Sound area. [Formerly www.ochg.org, which lapsed and is now a porn site.]
Formerly West Sound Homeschoolers, a coalition of homeschoolers in the West Puget Sound region, from Olympia to Port Angeles.
Rainbow Way Playgroup
5004 20th Ave. NW
A Christian homeschooling group for Seattle's eastside.
Curriculum library, test administration, Homeschool Qualifying Courses.
Spokane County Homeschoolers Association
An inclusive group who gets together for fun, fieldtrips, and support.
c/o Suzie Steiner
PO Box 141664
Opportunity, Washington 99214
"A nonprofit association of members who, regardless of race, religious beliefs, or teaching styles, join together to support homeschooling parents, children and community members."
Valley Home Educators
Wenatchee Valley and vicinity
1413 Easthills Terrace
East Wenatchee, Washington 98802
Field trips, Mother's Tea, curriculum sales, &c. Christian but all are welcome!
WHEN specializes in legislative news and discussion, but it also shares information on interesting websites and local resource information such as events, classes, and trips. It is a family oriented group, and encourages face-to-face meetings to enhance communication. WHEN is an inclusive list serving families with diverse homeschooling styles and philosophies. It has no official political, philosophical, or religious orientation nor is it involved in matters outside of homeschooling. Visit the WHEN page on Yahoo to subscribe.
"A statewide, non-profit membership organization. Its mission is to serve the diverse interests of home-based education in Washington State. WHO is nonpartisan, nonsectarian, and nondiscriminating in its views of homeschooling and participation in its activities."
Networking, pr, and lobbying for natural learning on a statewide level.
For Pagan or Pagan-friendly people homeschooling their PreK - 12 children. Chat, curriculum talk, family-life, paganism, get-togethers and resource sharing.
Email Aeryll <email@example.com> for more information.
For all parents who have taken their children's education into their own hands regardless of methods or style.... all who do it for NON religious reasons are welcome to join.
Whatcom Homeschool Association
595 Trout Lake Rd.
Park days, field trips, arts and crafts, guest speakers, mom's nights out, &c. Free, and open to everyone regardless of religious preference or homeschooling style. Activities are geared to many ages.