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Train a child in the way he should go, and even when he is old he will not turn from it. (Proverbs 22:6)


On this page you will find links to various home schooling publishers, resources, and curricula. We have no relationships with any of these sites, and cannot assure you that all their products and services will live up to your expectations. These links are here to provide you with a place to start your search for home schooling help.

We seek to encourage all current and future home schoolers in their home schooling efforts and in strengthening them in their Christian walks.
We advocate home schooling, especially for those who have a definite plan and purpose for their children, and who would prefer to keep their children apart from the educational and social mayhem, and the deliberate attempts by the schools to "dumb down" our children and teach them evolutionary concepts, rationalism, situation ethics, "alternative lifestyles," etc.

Time Magazines on homeschooling
TIME magazine cover story on Home schooling Aug. 27, 2001

"The new home schooler's aren't hermits," the article entitled Home Sweet School begins. "They are diverse parents who are getting results and putting the heat on public education." If you missed it, the cover story in TIME magazine was about the home education movement in America.
The average home schooler's SAT score is 1100, 80 points higher than the average for the general population. Home schooler's are having no trouble getting into college, including Ivy League schools.
TIME produced an in-depth feature article that did a fairly good job of showing the success of home education in America.



The public school system has become the domain of the Democratic left and it has fundamentally changed the American culture because it successfully indoctrinated five or six generations of U.S. children.

Literature


Our children insane?

School zone = indoctrination

In his 1972 keynote address to the Association for Childhood Education International, Chester Pierce, a Professor of Educational Psychiatry at Harvard University, said to a gathering of teachers, "Every child in America entering school at the age of five is insane because he comes to school with certain allegiances toward our Founding Fathers, toward his parents, toward our elected officials, toward a belief in a supernatural being, and toward the sovereignty of this nation as a separate entity. It?s up to you teachers to make all of these sick children well by creating the international child of the future."

How can the United Nations win over the American people and convince us to trade in our constitutional and national sovereignty for a one-world government run by a distant elite? Simple. That's what the American educational system is set up to do.


House of Horrors?

Is Your Child's School Really A House of Horrors?
By Tom DeWeese
From American Policy Center
18 August, 1999

Parents looking to the beginning of the new school year may fear a repeat of the violence that has occurred, but the real House of Horrors, says the American Policy Center is just as frightening. Here's what the Center says awaits returning students:

1. Social promotion into grades where they are unable to compete, having failed to acquire the basic skills in the previous year.

2. Math courses in which the memorization of multiplication tables is neither required, nor encouraged. Teachers who believe math, an absolute science, can be absorbed by osmosis.

3. Being in classrooms where the teacher is now a "facilitator" and students are expected to learn from each other.

4. School books of every description in which children are taught to worship the earth or "Gaia", the earth as God.

5. Deceptive permission slips sent home where "physical examinations" do not mention the inclusion of genital examinations for young girls. School health centers that provide information about sexual behavior contrary to the beliefs or wishes of parents.

6. Geography courses where students are asked to make a "Me Map" that has nothing to do with the nations of the world, locations of oceans, rivers or mountain ranges, but rather becomes a device to shape the student's social values.

7. English classes where students are posed ethical questions including those requiring decisions as to who should die and who should live.

8. Science courses that falsely teach that the earth is running out of energy resources, that forests are disappearing, that the provision of abundant food crops is bad because of the use of agricultural chemicals that have been safely applied for decades, and barely hidden advertisements for environmental groups such as the Sierra Club.

9. The widespread administration of mind altering drugs to students, often without the parent's permission or knowledge, for alleged disorders such as Attention Deficit Disorder.

10. The intrusion of often poorly trained "social workers" conducting unsolicited home visits with the power to remove a child they deem to be "at risk."

Tom DeWeese is the President of the American Policy Center.


Web Links


A Quote For The Day

The "over protective'" parent is the one whose children are better behaved than yours are. --Unknown

Resources

Assistance

Blogs / Forums

Educational Materials and Curriculum

Graduates of Home schools
Foundations Law Magazines and Newsletters Special Needs

National Organizations

  • Home School Legal Defense Association
    P.O. Box 3000
    Purcellville, Virginia 20134
    Phone: (540) 338-5600
    Fax: (540) 338-2733
    http://www.hslda.org/
  • Salem, OR Home Office
    Dr. Brian D. Ray, President
    National Home Education Research Institute
    PO Box 13939
    Salem, OR 97309
    phone: (503) 364-1490
    fax: (503) 364-2827
    email: mail@nheri.org
  • National Home Education Research Institute
    http://www.nheri.org/
  • Washington, DC Branch Office
    Mr. William A. Lloyd
    National Home Education Research Institute
    12221 Van Brady Road
    Upper Marlboro MD 20772-7924
    phone: 301/372-2889
    fax: 301/372-0086
    e-mail: wlloyd@nheri.org

Organizations by States

Alabama

Alaska

Alaska Private & Home Educators Association
P.O. Box 141764
Anchorage, AK 99514
(907) 566-3450
rparsons@gci.net
http://www.aphea.org/

Arizona

Arizona Families for Home Education
P.O. Box Box 4661
Scottsdale, AZ 85261-4661
(602)-443-0612 or (800) 929-3927
afhe@primenet.com
http://www.afhe.org/

Christian Home Educators (CHE)
P.O. Box 20685
Mesa, AZ 85277-0685
(602) 530-8733
JWiebe8553@aol.com

Flagstaff Home Educators
P.O. Box 272
Flagstaff, AZ 86002-0272
(520) 774-0806

Arkansas

Arkansas Family Council, Education Alliance
414 S. Pulaski Suite 2
Little Rock, AR 72201
(501) 375-7000
edu@familycouncil.org
http://www.familycouncil.org/

California

California Homeschool Network
PO Box 55485
Hayward, CA 94545
800-327-5339 in California
760/431-1027 out of state
jwp@lucernevalley.net
http://www.californiahomeschool.net/

Christian Home Educators Association of California
P.O. Box 2009
Norwalk, CA 90651-2009
(562) 864-2432 or (800) 564-CHEA
cheaofca@aol.com
http://www.cheaofca.org/

Family Protection Ministries
P.O. Box 730
Lincoln, CA 95648-0730

Colorado

Christian Home Educators of Colorado
3739 E. 4th Avenue
Denver, CO 80206
(303) 388-1888
office@chec.org
http://www.chec.org/

Connecticut

The Education Association of Christian Homeschoolers
4 Grieb Court
Wallingford, CT 06492
(860) 793-9968
teach.info@pobox.com
http://www.teachct.org/

Delaware

Delaware Home Education Association
500 N. Dual Hwy PMB 415
Seaford, DE 19973
(302) 337-0990
delaware@home-educate.com
http://www.home-educate.com/DE/

Tri-State Home School Network
P.O. Box 7193
Newark, DE 19714

Florida

Circle Christian School
4644 Adanson
Orlando, FL 32804
(407) 740-8877
csinfo@circlechristianshool.org
http://www.circlechristianschool.org/

Florida Parent-Educators Association, Inc.
FPEA
P.O. Box 50685
Jacksonville, FL 32240-0685
Toll Free: (877) ASK-FPEA (877-275-3732)
Local Jacksonville: (904) 241-5538
Fax: (904) 241-5539
office@fpea.com
http://www.fpea.com/

Missouri Association of Teaching Christian Homes
2203 Rhonda Dr.
West Plains, MO 65775-1615
(417) 255-2824
info@match-inc.org
http://www.match-inc.org/

Families for Home Education
P.O. Box 800
Platte City, MO 64079-0800
(816) 767-9825
fhe@microlink.net

Montana

Montana Coalition of Home Educators
Box 43
Gallatin Gateway, MT 59730
mche.help@gmail.com
http://www.mtche.org/

Nebraska

Nebraska Christian Home Educators Association
P.O. Box 57041
Lincoln, NE 68505-7041
(402) 423-4297
nchea@alltel.net
http://www.nchea.org/

Nevada

Home Education and Righteous Training
PO Box 42264
Las Vegas, NV 89116-0264
(702) 391-7219
heart@linkedhearts.com

Northern Nevada Home Schools
P.O. Box 21323
Reno, NV 89515
(702) 852-6647
NNHS@aol.com

Silver State Education Association
888 W. 2nd St.
Suite 200
Reno, NV 89503
(702) 851-0772
ssea@powernet.net

New Hampshire

Christian Home Educators of New Hampshire
P.O. Box 961
Manchester, NH 03105
(603) 569-2343
parison@chenh.mv.com
http://www.mv.com/ipusers/chenh/

New Jersey

Education Network of Christian Homeschoolers- NJ
P.O. Box 308
Atlantic Highlands, NJ 07716-0308
Phone: (732) 291-7800
Fax: (732) 291-5398
ENOCHNJ@aol.com
http://www.enochnj.org/

Georgia

Georgia Home Education Association
245 Buckeye Lane
Fayetteville, GA 30214
(770) 461-3657
ghea@mindspring.com
http://www.ghea.org/

North Georgia Home Education Association
200 West Crest Road
Rossville, GA 30741-1410
(706) 861-1795
Tdrennan@juno.com

Georgians for Freedom in Education
209 Cobb Street
Palmetto, GA 30268
(770) 463-1563

Hawaii

Christian Homeschoolers of Hawaii
91-824 Oama Street
Ewa Beach, HI 96706
(808) 689-6398
CHOHInfo@aol.com

Hawaii Homeschool Association
P.O. Box 893476
Mililani, (Oahu) Hawaii 96789
voicemail: 808-944-3339
HawaiiHomeschoolers@Hotmail.Com

Idaho

Pocatello Regional Idaho Home Educators
P.O. Box 3033
Pocatello, ID 83206-3033
(208) 238-0850

Illinois

Illinois Christian Home Educators
P.O. Box 775
Harvard, IL 60033
(815) 943-7882
Fax: (815) 943-7883
ICHE83@juno.com
http://www.iche.org/

Indiana

Indiana Association of Home Educators
8106 Madison Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46227
(317) 859-1202
iahe@inhomeeducators.org
http://www.inhomeeducators.org/

Iowa

Network of Iowa Christian Home Educators
Box 158
Dexter, IA 50070
(515) 830-1614 or (800) 723-0438
niche@netins.net
http://www.the-niche.org/

Kansas

Christian Home Educators Confederation of Kansas
P.O. Box 3968
Wichita, KS 67201-0081
(316) 945-0810
info@kansashomeschool.org
http://www.kansashomeschool.org/

Kentucky

Christian Home Educators of Kentucky
691 Howardstown Road
Hodgensville, KY 42748
(270) 358-9270
information@chek.org
http://www.chek.org/

Kentucky Home Education Association
P.O. Box 81
Winchester, KY 40392-0081
(606) 744-8562

Louisiana

Christian Home Educators Fellowship of Louisiana
P.O. Box 74292
Baton Rouge, LA 70874-4292
(888) 876-2433
chefofla@hotmail.com
http://www.chefofla.org/

Maine

Homeschoolers of Maine
337 Hatchet Mountain Road
Hope, ME 04847
(207) 763-4251
homeschl@midcoast.com
http://www.homeschool-maine.org/

Maryland


Maryland Association of Christian Home Educators
P.O. Box 247
Point of Rocks, MD 21777-0247
(301) 607-4284
info@machemd.org
http://www.machemd.org/

Christian Home Educators Network
P.O. Box 2010
Ellicott City, MD 21043
(301) 474-9055
chenmaster@maranatha.net
http://www.chenmd.org/

Maryland Home Education Association
9085 Flamepool Way
Columbia, MD 21045
410-730-0073
mhea@mac.com
http://www.mhea.com/

North County Home Educators
1688 Belhaven Woods Court
Pasadena, MD 21122-3727
(410) 437-5109
NCHE@IQCweb.com
http://www.iqcweb.com/nche/

Massachusetts

Massachusetts Homeschool Organization of Parent Educators
5 Atwood Road
Cherry Valley, MA 01611-3332
Phone: (978) 544-7892
Fax: (508) 892-3437
info@masshope.org
http://www.masshope.org/

Massachusetts Home Learning Association
c/o Elisa Wood
PO Box 1558
Marstons Mills MA 02648
(508) 420-3673
http://www.mhla.org/

Michigan

Information Network for Christian Homes
4934 Cannonsburg Road
Belmont, MI 49306
(616) 874-5656
inch@inch.org
http://www.inch.org/

Minnesota

Minnesota Association of Christian Home Educators
P.O. Box 32308
Fridley, MN 55432-0308
(612) 717-9070
mache@isd.net
http://www.mache.org/

Mississippi

Missouri

New Mexico

Christian Association of Parent Educators of New Mexico
P.O. Box 25046
Albuquerque, NM 87125
(505) 898-8548
help@cape-nm.org

New York

New York State Loving Education At Home
P.O. Box 438
Fayetteville, NY 13066-0438
(716) 346-0939
Info@leah.org
http://www.leah.org/

North Carolina

North Carolinians for Home Education
419 N. Boylan Avenue
Raleigh, NC 27603-1211
(919) 834-6243
nche@mindspring.com
http://www.nche.com/

North Dakota

North Dakota Home School Association
P.O. Box 7400
Bismarck, ND 58507-7400
(701) 223-4080
ndhsa@wdata.com

Ohio

Christian Home Educators of Ohio
117 W. Main St. Suite 103
Lancaster, OH 43130
Phone: (740) 654-3331
Fax: (740) 654-3337
cheo.org@usa.net
http://www.cheohome.org/

Home Education Action Council of Ohio
P.O. Box 24133
Huber Heights, OH 45424
(937) 845-8428

Oklahoma

Oklahoma Central Home Educators Consociation
P.O. Box 270601
Oklahoma City, OK 73137
(405) 521-8439

Oregon

Oregon Christian Home Education Association Network
17985 Falls City Road
Dallas, OR 97338
(503) 288-1285
oceanet@oceanetwork.org
http://www.oceanetwork.org/

Pennsylvania

Christian Home School Association of Pennsylvania
P.O. Box 115
Mount Joy, PA 17552-0115
(717) 661-2428
CHAPKimH@aol.com
http://www.chapboard.org/

The Pennsylvania Home Education Network
952 Peach St.
Ellwood City, PA 16117
(412) 561-5288
http://www.phen.org/

Pennsylvania Homeschoolers
R.D. 2, Box 117
Kittanning, PA 16201
(412) 783-6512
http://www.pahomeschoolers.com/

Rhode Island

Rhode Island Guild of Home Teachers
P.O. Box 11
Hope, RI 02831-0011
(401) 821-7700
right_right@excite.com

South Carolina

South Carolina Home Educators Association
P.O. Box 3231
Columbia, SC 29230-3231
(803) 772-2330
Info@schea.org

South Carolina Association of Independent Home Schools
P.O. Box 869
Irmo, SC 29063
(803) 407-2155

South Dakota

South Dakota Christian Home Educators
Box 9571
Rapid City, SD 57709-9571
(605) 388-0955
lafrance3@juno.com

South Dakota Christian Homeschools
P.O. Box 528
Black Hawk, SD 57118
(605) 923-1893
lafrance3@juno.com

Tennessee

Tennessee Home Education Association
3677 Richbriar Court
Nashville, TN 37211
(615) 834-3529 or (858) 623-7889
jcthornton3@earthlink.net

Texas

Bay Area Christian Home Educators' Network
PO Box 2524
Baytown, TX 77522
(281) 462-0326
bachen02@juno.com

Brazos Valley Christian Home Educators' Association
PO Box 2703 Bryan, TX 77805
(409) 696-2651

Christian Home Educators Association of Central Texas
PO Box 141998
Austin, TX 78714-1998
(512) 450-0070
CHEACenTx@juno.com

Family Educators Alliance of South Texas
4719 Blanco Road
San Antonio, TX 78212
Phone: (210) 342-4674
Fax: (210) 342-7339
store@homeschoolfeast.com
http://www.homeschoolfeast.com/

Home School Texas
P.O. Box 59627
Dallas, TX 75229
(214) 358-5723
homeschl@gte.net
http://www.homeschooltexas.com/

North Texas Home Educator's Network
P.O. Box 830207
Richardson, TX 75083
(214) 804-8516
info@nthen.org
http://www.nthen.org/

South East Texas Home School Association
P.O. Box 692075-297
Houston, TX 77069
Phone: (281) 370-8787
Fax: (281) 655-0963
sethsa@sethsa.org
http://www.sethsa.org/

Texas Home School Coalition
P.O. Box 6982
Lubbock, TX 79493
(806) 797-4927
staff@thsc.org
http://www.thsc.org/

Utah

Utah Christian Home School Association
P.O. Box 3942
Salt Lake City, UT 84110-3942
(801) 296-7198
utch@utch.org
http://www.utch.org/

Vermont

Christian Home Educators of Vermont
146 Sherwood Circle
Brattleboro, VT 05301
rebrobin@sover.net

Virginia


Washington

Clark County Home Educators (CCHE)
P.O. Box 5941
Vancouver, WA 98668
Message Line: (360) 576-5357
cchome.ed@juno.com
http://www.cchomeed.org/

Washington Homeschool Organization
6632 S. 191st Place
Suite E100
Kent, WA 98032-2117
(425) 251-0439
WHOoffice@juno.com
http://www.washhomeschool.org/

West Virginia

Christian Home Educators of West Virginia
P.O. Box 8770
South Charleston, WV 25303
(304) 776-4664
chewvadm@aol.com
http://www.chewv.org/

Wisconsin

Wisconsin Christian Home Educators Association
2307 Carmel Avenue
Racine, WI 53405
(414)637-5127
jang@execpc.com
http://www.wisconsinchea.com/

Wyoming

Homeschoolers of Wyoming
PO Box 3151
Jackson, WY 83001
(307) 733-2834
mungermtrr@compuserve.com




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