[I] indicates inclusive groups.
The affiliation of other groups should be obvious (but if not, will
appear in [brackets]).
I'm attempting to make this listing alphabetical
by Group Name -- for those groups where the location may not be specifically
reflected in the name, I've put the city in parentheses.
Austin Area Homeschoolers or AAH (you're already here). [I]
Austin Area Homeschoolers E-Mail List this
site provides information on how to join the various AAH e-mail lists.
Austin Area Homeschoolers Online Newcomers'
Guide is an excellent resource for new homeschoolers or new to the
Austin area homeschoolers. [I]
County Homeschoolers email list:
Welcomes all homeschooling families in Bastrop County. There
are no religious requirements in order to join. There are no requirements
of other memberships in order to join. We welcome all races, ethnic
groups and religions. Parents of children of all learning styles and abilities/disabilities
are welcome. [I]
Christian Home Educators Association of
Central Texas (CHEACT) statement of faith and dues required.
Dripping Springs Area Homeschool
Association: A Network for Home Education in the Dripping Springs,
Texas Area - providing a way for area homeschoolers, as well as those families
considering homeschooling, to connect with other homeschoolers and to plan
and announce workshops, field trips, and group activities. A network for
home education in Dripping Springs, Texas and surrounding communities --
DSAHA welcomes any and all families who are considering or who choose to
educate their children at home. There are no membership dues and no special
requirements for membership. [I]
Holy Family Homeschoolers Austin
-- Support and field trip group with a Catholic focus, though we don't
require any statement of faith.We have field trips and other activities
such as a curriculum exchange, Moms' nights out, and a 4th of July picnic.
For more information contact HFH.
Without Limits is a secular homeschooling community in the Williamson
County and far North Travis County area. We are Hindus, Jews, Christians,
Atheists, Pagans, Republicans, Libertarians, Democrats, Unschoolers, Classicists.....Some
of us have been homeschooling for quite some time and others have just
decided to do so. We have kids of all ages and our parenting and
homeschooling styles often differ. What we have in common is a deeply
rooted commitment to our children, an equally deep-rooted respect for diversity
and a willingness to share our individual experiences as well as to support
one another's individual paths without imposing our own. We offer
a Mother's Night Out, Park Days and summertime pool and lake activities.
Owner for more information. [I]
Homeschoolers: An inclusive homeschool support group for Georgetown,
Round Rock, Leander (Texas) and surrounding areas. We welcome diversity!
We have come together in the spirit of raising our children in a caring,
respectful environment. Our group is named for the San Gabriel Rivers,
which flow through our area. [I]
Smoothing the Way --
is a commercial support group in Austin, Texas, which is dedicated to serving
first-year homeschooling mothers. Each month a topic of specific
interest to the new homeschooler is offered. Veteran homeschooling
moms and guest speakers are available to inform and encourage those who
have decided to take on the exciting, yet sometimes daunting, task of educating
their own children. This Christian group is open to all, its
focus being on helping new homeschoolers get started. Fees are involved.
HS Learning Differences Support
An email discussion list for homeschooling parents in the greater Austin,
Texas area whose children have either been diagnosed with a learning difference,
or display some of the symptoms. [I]
Travis Homeschoolers is a group of homeschoolers supporting the Lake
Travis area of Texas including Apache Shores, Bee Cave, Bee Creek, Briarcliff,
Cardinal Hills, Hamilton Pool, Hudson Bend, Lake Pointe, Lakeway, Spicewood,
Steiner Ranch, and The Hills.
South of the
River Homeschoolers: Austin. A group of homeschooling families
in Austin, TX who (mostly) live south of the river (actually LadyBird Lake).
MORE groups are listed in the files and links area
of the AAH announce
TAFFIE (Texas Advocates for Freedom in Education) -- The TAFFIE mailing
list is for anyone interested in topics related to homeschooling in Texas
and offers a wide range of perspectives and beliefs. http://www.jsoft.com/archive/taffie/.
TxGifted -- an e-mail
group, is a non-sectarian, inclusive group of Texans who are homeschooling
their gifted children. [I]