This directory of Connecticut support groups is for the benefit and encouragement
of homeschooling families and is not to be used for soliciting business.
Click on the map above to view a list of support groups in that region.
Note that some groups overlap into more than one region.
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TEACH welcomes you to join the TEACH CT Homeschoolers Facebook group. The group format allows us to discuss homeschooling matters of interest to you, keep you up to date on what is happening with homeschool law, and encourage one another! Although we do not require members to agree with a statement of faith, we operate from a Biblical perspective as expressed in our statement of faith at www.teachct.org/about-us. Members will be expected to respect that worldview. This is a closed group. People who ask to join will be asked 3 questions before being admitted to the group. Please read our rules and respond to the questions. If we haven’t seen a response from you in 3 days, your request to join will be denied.
TEACH CT Leaders! You are the people who make things happen for individuals. You direct, guide, inform, and inspire. TEACH CT wants to support you in that role. This is a closed Facebook group designed specifically for Christian homeschool leaders in Connecticut. Although we do not ask members to sign a statement of faith, please understand that we operate by a Biblical worldview as reflected in our statement of faith as posted at www.teachct.org/about-us. It is a safe place to post your challenges and your hard questions. So, go ahead. Let’s hear what’s on your mind. Click here to join the TEACH CT Group for Leaders!
CT Homeschoolers’ Inclusive is a statewide Facebook Group whose mission is to connect and support CT homeschoolers regardless of geographic location, method of instruction or religious affiliation. For more information or to join the group, visit the CT Homeschoolers’ Inclusive website.
CC believes the purpose of education is to know God and to make Him known. Their objective is to lead the home-centered education movement by equipping parents and students with the classical tools of learning needed to discover the order and beauty of God’s creation and to inspire others to do the same. Visit the Classical Conversations website for more information and click on “Community Search” to find a community near you.
This section is organized by the following regions of the State: Northwest, North Central, Northeast, Central, Southwest, Southeast, and Shoreline.
Christian group offering information and occasional field trips through its members. Available to LCCHA members that are actively homeschooling, or have homeschooled in the past and would like to be a source of support and encouragement for the current homeschooling families.
Serves: Litchfield County - mostly Torrington, Goshen, New Hartford, Barkhamsted, Winsted, Harwinton, Litchfield
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Homeschool cooperative under Calvary Chapel Eastern Connecticut. We are a group of Christian families who support each other in training our children in the ways of the Lord through a biblical worldview with home education. Our families work together to promote Christian values, character development, social and group skills, along with community involvement. We offer classes, service opportunities, community outreach, field trips, and fun outdoor adventures for our children and families to grow together in serving others. We strive to build and foster relationships, and support one another in our home education journeys while nurturing our children’s hearts and minds with God’s word. We require a signed statement of faith, background check, and adherence to a code of conduct based on scripture for attendance. Meets weekly in Uncasville, CT.
Serves: Eastern Connecticut
Contact: Sarah Renzoni - moc.liamg@22inoznerharas
Private group that requires a membership application and agreement with a statement of faith. Core activities: Curiosity Classes and Together on Tuesdays. Both events are held on Tuesdays. Curiosity Classes are member-exclusive, 60- to 90-minute fun classes. Together on Tuesdays operates as social time for both parents and children. It is open to any homeschooler of any age. Additional field trips and special events are also held during the year.
Serves: Gales Ferry, Ledyard, New London, Uncasville, Waterford, Montville, Groton, Mystic, Stonington, North Stonington, Lebanon, Franklin, Jewett City, Canterbury, Dayville, and Marlborough
Contact: Heather Medic - moc.liamg@40cidemrh or Trish Harris - ten.labolgcbs@sirrah-ahsirt
Serves and supports homeschooling families with children in Kindergarten-high school. A nursery is available for babies. We value a Titus 2 community where seasoned homeschool moms model their calling as mothers and teachers. Our values are held in fellowship, family, character and service. KHC has a drama club, robotics club, children’s choir and a wide array of electives. We offer core classes for transcript credit. We are fun and academic! Koinonia (formerly Paideia) was founded in 2016 by Sara and Carlos Estevez (stationed at the Coast Guard Academy). We have a heart to serve military families who are transitioning into the Groton area. We meet in Preston, CT. Classes start Sept. 10th. Limited spots available.
Serves: Southeastern CT
Contact: Sara Estevez - 817-372-2169 or moc.oohay@efil4delicnocer
Do you want your students to think critically and communicate effectively? Would you like them to engage the culture in a biblical worldview in a manner which glorifies God and to enjoy learning and sharpening these skills? This is the mission of the National Christian Forensics and Communications Association (NCFCA), which employs the field of competition to motivate students to sharpen their speaking and debating skills. In keeping with the mission of NCFCA, WWC is a parent and student led speech and debate club that trains students aged 12-18 for NCFCA competition. Parent led junior speech activities may be available for children aged 8-11. Club meetings start in late summer and continue through January, with meetings scheduled as needed during the competition season. We meet in Preston, CT with a few online options.
This group is open to families who are homeschooling a child in at least 3rd grade (as determined by age) or older. We meet two Fridays per month at Walnut Hill Community Church in Bethel. We are a Christian group who welcomes all. While we do not require a signed statement of faith, we do have a code of conduct that is based in Scripture. We offer extra-curricular and enrichment classes in a wide variety of topics including music, arts, science, etc. As an extension of our Friday gatherings we also offer fencing and high school level academic classes (history, literature and writing, French, art and robotics) on Tuesdays at Edmond Town Hall in Newtown. (These are generally not open to non-co-op members.)
Roy and Diane Speed provide a range of services to families homeschooling through the high school years. At their website you’ll find free information resources, workshops for parents, and honors-level courses for teens.
Open Group meeting on the 4th Tuesday evening of each month, in alternating homes of members.
Serves: Lower Fairfield County, CT; Parts of Westchester County, NY
Contact: Lisbeth Miller - ten.enilnotpo@limhtebsil
HOPE is an open homeschool group serving the greater New Haven area. We meet weekly, on Thursdays, for classes, hikes, trips, and other activities. Our focus is to encourage each other and to work together to provide an atmosphere where our children can grow friendships with others who have an interest in the Lord.
Sophia Caritas Schole is a common ground for families pursuing a restful Classical education. We gather on Fridays for hikes and nature exploration, mother-culture, field trips, and a monthly symposium where older children share presentations based on what they’ve been studying at home. Contemplation, conversation and reflection coupled with hands-on engagement with the world is at the core of our approach.
Serves: Northern Fairfield County
Contact: Laura Danner - ten.tta@rennadarual
Open group for K5 to 12th grade Christian families. Welcome calls from homeschoolers in the general area.
Serves: Meriden, Wallingford, Southington
LIGHT is a cooperative Christian homeschool support group (K5 to 12th grade), made up of many families from various Christian denominations who seek to live out their faith, first of all, through a relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ, and secondly, in accordance with the character, attitudes, and actions that are in agreement with traditional biblical Christianity. LIGHT families fellowship and cooperate together based on these conservative Christian values in order to strengthen, encourage, and support one another as Christian homeschooling families.
Serves: Greater Meriden, Wallingford, Southington, Bristol, Waterbury and Cheshire area
REACH’s mission is to create a community where Christian homeschooling families can come together for worship, fellowship, educational activities, service projects and field trip adventures. We meet on Tuesday mornings. Each month, September through June, we plan a field trip, FUNdraiser for missions and two meeting days. Meeting days include Chapel Time (worship, Bible Time, missions focus), Mom’s Time Bible study and classes such as art, science, Spanish, soccer, creative writing, worship dance and activities for preschoolers as well.
Serves: East Hampton, Middletown, Glastonbury, Cromwell, Colchester, Marlborough, Portland and surrounding areas
Contact: Jen Pietruszka - firstname.lastname@example.org
Redwoods Homeschool Community exists to reflect the love of Jesus Christ by cultivating community for homeschooling families through teaching and learning, enrichment activities, and community service. Members may participate in field trips, co-op classes, teen council, clubs, monthly fun days, recess, mom events, etc. RHC embraces Biblical principles, however, we do not require members to sign a Statement of Faith. We ask members to follow the Code of Conduct.
Open Christian group that requires members to accept a basic statement of faith. Our mission is to enable Christian homeschoolers throughout the greater shoreline area to connect, encourage, serve, support, and inspire one another, as we willingly commit to walk arm in arm and hand in hand together on the journey of homeschooling. GRACE members share ideas, information and resources, offer encouragement, pray for one another, and mutually provide regular fellowship opportunities for all ages and assorted educational, elective, and enrichment activities.
Serves: Our membership area extends across the south-central CT shoreline, primarily but not exclusively between East Haven and East Lyme, and includes inland towns along the CT River up to Middletown.