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Hawaii Homeschool Community (HHC)
Find us on Facebook
Hawai'i Island Homeschool Network (HHN)
HHN is a group of homeschooling families on the Big Island of Hawaii who support each other in our homeschooling efforts. As a diverse and inclusive group, we have various philosophies when it comes to teaching our children.
Support Group for Maui Homeschoolers
Contact: Gail Nagasako
Supportive Integrative Parent Educators (SIPE),
a free homeschool group in Maui
We are interdenominational, i.e. composed of different denominations, Main stream Christians, Mormons, Catholics, etc.
Our focus is support, socialization and learning for homeschool students (currently mostly ages 3 to 7) and parents.
Contact: SIPE Christian Group
Wai'anae Coast Christian Homeschoolers
8:30 a.m. Mondays at Pililaau Park
Call Penny at 695-7009 or Melissa at 696-5132
Hawaii Catholic Homeschoolers (HCH)
We are a Catholic Homeschool support group which meets monthly for beach/park days, Catholic liturgical and feast days and fun fieldtrips. Any families interested in more information can contact on Oahu, contact persons:
Richelle Benson 919-434-3272
Sarah E. Herrmann 808-783-9298
The Home School Legal Defense Association is a non-profit advocacy organization established to defend and advance the constitutional right of parents to direct the education of their children and to protect family freedoms.
On-line Homeschooling Resources
There is a wealth of homeschooling and learning resources online. Here are just a few to get you started.
Gail Nagasako's essential homeschooling guide has now been published as a book: Homeschooling - How and Why is an introductory book covering the various reasons to homeschool and how to go about starting. Easy to read, factual and well researched with extensive resources for further study, and personal stories from parents and youngsters, it will appeal to both secular and Christian families. This is the book to start with. Author, Gail Nagasako, has worked with the homeschooling community for over 20 years and has taught in public and private schools.
Secular Homeschooling Blog / Information: secularhomeschool.com
The home for:
* Eclectic Homeschoolers
* Freethinking homeschoolers
* Non-religious homeschoolers