Homeschooling in Tennessee
We have assembled resources for homeschool families in Tennessee to find local support groups and laws concerning homeschooling in Tennessee
- TnHomeEd - Here you
will find the information you need to homeschool in Tennessee;
the law, support groups, comparison chart of CRS's, recommended
reading, and more. Join our e-list.
- Tennessee Home Education
P.O. Box 681652
Franklin, TN 37068
voice mail 858-623-7899
Homeschoolers - An inclusive e-mail list serving Tennessee
homeschoolers since February 1998. Hostess Jacki Willard (LearningHappens@home.com)
Homeschoolers from across the state (& border states)
can help you find your own way along this most excellent adventure.
Everyone has something to share -- you don't have to be a
veteran to support your fellow homeschoolers. The political,
religious, and philosophical diversity of this list keeps
it interesting -- treating each other with respect keeps the
list enjoyable. To subscribe send a blank email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Sacrament Homeschool Group - Memphis
- Blount Home Education Association
- Bradley County Home Educators
- Cedar Springs Homeschool Group - Located: West Knoxville,
Tennessee Description: Moms meet on the third Monday evening
of every month from 7-9pm at Cedar Springs Presbyterian Church.
Anyone is welcome. Meetings cover homeschool related topics.
Also have field trips for the kids, particiapte in many contests,
and enjoy social functions together.
- Chattanooga Southeast
Tennessee Home Education Association (CSTHEA)
- For the
Children - a support group for Christian homeschooling
families in Campbell County and surrounding areas of
- Heart & Hearth -
We are an inclusive group, and although it is
decidedly Christian in flavor, the signature of a Statement of Faith is not
required. There is no charge to join our group.
The primary features of our
support group include: support information and calendar of events available
on website, optional annual achievement testing, field trips and parental support,
web site, and extracurricular activities (Imagination Station, skating, Hands-On
Science Center, bowling).
Our support area includes several co-op programs,
some for elementary students only and some for all grades. The contact information
for them, and any information we have been given concerning them, is on the
- Homeschool Educators of Nashville (HEN) - We aim to create a vibrant home school community and to increase positive awareness about home education in the community at large by:
- Providing educational activities such as classes, cultural arts excursions,field trips, parent support meetings and our on-line forums.
- Supporting families new to home education.
- Fostering a sense of community among those who are involved in home education.
in Tennessee Love Is Family Education Learning In a Family
Environment In Tennessee Homeschool Support Group -
We are a growing support group in the West TN area. We
enjoy field trips, park & play days, and other educational
opportunities throughout the year. Our goal is to meet & make
friends with other homeschoolers/unschoolers in our area
and to be a GREAT support group to each other !
Area Homeschoolers - This is an internet support group
for all Memphis area homeschoolers regardless of religious
beliefs or political following. Debates are acceptable
as long as they are respectful. This group is intended
as support for all homeschoolers regardless of method or
curriculum used. Off topic discussions are welcome
- Middle Tennessee Home Education
- Midtown Homeschool Support Group - We are a group of families who provide mutual support and encouragement to one another as we educate our children at home.
- POB 80271 Memphis, TN 38108
- Northeast Tennessee Home
Education Association (NETHEA) - NETHEA serves homeschoolers
in the upper corner of East Tennessee (Carter, Greene,
Hancock, Hawkins, Johnson, Sullivan, Unicoi, and Washington
Sonya Haskins, 277 Bob Ford Road, Jonesborough, TN 37659
- Smoky Mountain Home Education
Association (SMHEA)-serves the families of eighteen
counties surrounding Knox County
- Warren County secular - secular homeschool group for those in or around Warren county.
- Cross Creek
Christian School - We offer university-style classes
classroom setting two-days per week (the other three school
days are spent working at home). Because we are a Category
IV Church-Related School, we also offer record keeping
for those who choose a total at home program. We also offer
area homeschoolers space to assemble and hold their own
co-op class on our Community Fridays, as well as providing
art and music classes, and a free drama club.
- 501 East North Street, Sweetwater, Tennessee 37354
Christian Academy - an umbrella
school that helps parents educate their children at home