Open to everyone.
Requires a signed Statement of Faith.
Co-op fee: $35 annually.
Affectionately known as Friday School.
An organization of parent volunteers who coordinate with the teachers for tutoring sessions on a weekly basis. These volunteers coordinate the families, teachers and the church for which they are a ministry. In order to register with teachers for classes, you must first register with AACE, Inc. as the umbrella organization for our tutors.
North San Antonio
Melissa Holman 210-341-6417 www.homeschoolhighlanders.org
Requires a signed statement of faith.
Middle and High School students only.
Membership fee is $20.
CFHS is an outreach and ministry of Christ Fellowship Church. They are a Christ-centered group that teaches valuable life skills and home school electives.
(Bulverde/Spring Branch, Hill Country, New Braunfels/San Marcos, North Central San Antonio, North East San Antonio, North West San Antonio, Schertz/Universal City/Seguin, South San Antonio, West San Antonio)
Classical Conversations is a nation-wide program that helps train and equip parents to provide their children with a Christian classical education. Communities meet once a week for a class day lead by a tutor, who is there to help you, the homeschool teacher. There are communities offering classes from K4 through High School all over San Antonio and surrounding areas.
McAllister Area Cooperative of Home Educators
Darlene McKeen 210-639-5781, firstname.lastname@example.org
Developing a community of home schooling families to encourage and support one another through academic and social endeavors. MAC Home Ed is for families living in and around north central San Antonio.
Parents Association for Texas Home School, Proverbs 3: 5, 6
Mattie H. Alonso – Founder/Director 210-995- 2043 email@example.com
Teresa K. Price – Group Meeting Director 210-336-8384 firstname.lastname@example.org
P.A.T.H.S. is planning it’s 2nd Annual Senior Class 2010, Cap & Gown Ceremony. Last year P.A.T.H.S. had 24 participating graduates from the San Antonio area and surrounding cities. This Senior Graduation ceremony will commemorate their achievement as they complete their final year of secondary school. It is urgent that if you wish to have your child/senior participate please join early and come join our meetings, which are held once a month. We will be accepting no more than 30 seniors. The senior and at least one parent must be a Christian. For questions or meeting information please contact Teresa K. Price., this years Group Meeting Director for P.A.T.H.S. or if you have questions or concerns please contact Mrs. Mattie H. Alonso. P.A.T.H.S. President-Director/Founder of P.A.T.H.S. We are a Christian faith based group.
San Antonio Christian Homeschoolers http://www.sachristianhomeschoolers.com/
San Antonio Christian Homeschoolers (SACH) will be hosting a Homeschool Co-Op for the 2020-2021 school year on Mondays. Classes are for Pre-K through High School levels. Our Co-op will be at Northwest Baptist Church, located at 2930 MacArthur View, San Antonio, TX 78217. Payment is required at time of registration for both SACH membership and Co-Op. Classes are available first-come, first served. We Also have Park Days, Field Trips, Service Projects, Middle School and high School nights, for our kids to hang out and have fun and a whole lot of other stuff.
This group is specifically for San Antonio, TX single parent homeschoolers. They say “it takes a… village to raise a child” but the single parent needs a village to help with the small and the big things also. We have our first meeting set for October 17 at noon. We will be meeting at Brackenridge Park at the train station by the zoo.
San Antonio, New Braunfels, Cibolo
None of us homeschools the same way. That’s what makes Wild + Free so unique. We are a community that is unified by our love for nature and committed to preserving childhood for the little ones in our care.
We are mothers of nine children and mothers of an only child. We are stay-at-home moms and working mothers who homeschool whenever we can. We love Charlotte Mason, Waldorf, Montessori and Unschooling. And if you take an eclectic approach by doing a little of everything, that’s fine by us.
We make the world our classroom and follow our curiosities wherever they go. We make lots of time for our children to wander and wonder, and we believe that boredom is the best fuel for creativity.