Join our active Facebook groups for homeschoolers!

While we can’t always meet together locally these days, online groups for homeschoolers can help fill the gap — and years ago I created two Facebook groups which are now large and active! At any time you can get a quick answer for your most recent question. You can get ideas from homeschool moms just like yourself. You can also interact directly with curriculum providers (see below for list of sponsors). Join today!

It can be hard to find good Facebook groups for homeschoolers, but we have two that are large and active. Join today!

FOR HIGH SCHOOL:

It’s Not That Hard to Homeschool High School (click to join) — 30.9K members as of 12/2021. This is the BEST place on the internet to chat about homeschooling high school, with an eclectic membership and lots of great conversation about everything from curriculum recommendations to parenting teens!

FOR ELEMENTARY AND MIDDLE SCHOOL:

It’s Not That Hard to Homeschool K-8 (click to join) — 8.9K members as of 12/2021. This is the sister group to the high school group. Also eclectic and growing fast, with both veteran and newbie homeschool moms joining the dialogue.

Current sponsors of our homeschool groups:

Here we feature the organizations that help us provide the resources and information you need for homeschool support. You can converse directly with these companies within the Facebook groups! Few other groups for homeschoolers allow this privilege.

January 2022

7 Sisters curriculum will work for homeschool groups.

7Sisters Homeschool provides reasonably-priced PDF curriculum options for most high school subjects, some from a Christian perspective (but not all). Their courses are easy to use and quick to access, but there is no busywork!

Thrive Academics offers the Voyage Life Skills Course for teens that is online and interactive and fun! Modules include career planning, college planning, financial responsibility, and more! And the price is very affordable. See my review here: How to Learn Life Skills for High School Credit.

Unlock Math has online video-based math courses for high school that provide learning in small chunks and as much practice and review as necessary. All the grading is done for you, and their customer service is AMAZING. See my review here: Using an Online Math Curriculum.

Music in Our Homeschool is great for homeschooling groups.

Music in our Homeschool offers music appreciation for all ages, as well as a membership subscription with access to most of their courses and exclusive content. So much to choose from and all of it is a very doable way to bring fine arts into your homeschool. See my review here: How to Get Fine Arts Credits for Your Homeschooled Teen.

The Classic Learning Test (CLT) is an alternative to the ACT or SAT that is gaining in popularity and accepted at many well-known colleges and universities. They also have tests for earlier grades for assessment purposes. More here: Homeschool Assessment Time.

SchoolhouseTeachers.com is a complete flexible Christian curriculum for ALL of your kids for one very reasonable price! Choose from multiple options for each subject at each level. Includes supplemental resources such as planners and transcripts (with yearly subscription). See my review here: SchoolhouseTeachers.com Review.