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The Education Association of Christian Homeschoolers of CT
10 Moosehorn Rd, West Granby, CT 06090
Phone: (860) 938-6765
TEACH is a state-wide organization providing service and information to CT homeschooling families and support groups in Connecticut. All sponsored activities and publications will be consistently Christian and dedicated to the honor and glory of God in keeping with the Biblical commands of Deuteronomy 6:4-10, Proverbs 22:6, and Ephesians 6:4.

Christian Homeschooling Adults Leading Kids (CHALK)
Serving Derby, Seymour, Shelton, Ansonia, Milford, Stratford, Orange, West Haven, New Haven, and surrounding CT towns.
Contact: Kim Pasquini
Providing Christian homeschooling families with prayer support, encouragement, a network of resources, and social events including Mom’s Night Out, field trips, and gatherings for the whole family (picnic, yearly fair, graduation, etc.)

Connecticut Homeschool Network (CHN), Inc.
P.O. Box 115, Goshen, CT 06756
CHN is Connecticut’s statewide information and support network. The CHN website provides information about how to get started, educational approaches to consider, and the legalities of homeschooling in Connecticut. You will also learn where to find support and other homeschoolers with whom you can network and form a community.

CT Cooperative of Home Educators East of the River (CT CHEER)
Focusing on eastern CT; also accept homeschoolers from other areas of CT, and neighboring borders of CT in RI and MA
This group has a very active community, filled with trips, co-ops, events, classes, fairs, social events and dissemination of homeschooling info and support. We are more than a Yahoo Group; we offer a comprehensive website for virtual support and a message board forum.

CT Homeschoolers’ Inclusive
Serving the state of CT
Contact: Jean or Mae
Our goal is to connect and support all CT homeschoolers. The Yahoo Message Group is the hub of our activity, allowing homeschoolers across the state to connect to share ideas, methods, events and support. Our goal is to work cooperatively with all national and local homeschool groups, and we support the efforts of the Connecticut Homeschool Network (CHN) and the work of NHELD and HSLDA. While the majority of our connections will be made on-line, group members are welcome to schedule gatherings at locations around the state.

Serving Bridgeport, Stratford, Fairfield, Shelton, Derby, Trumbull, and surrounding areas
Contact: Dena Erzen
We are a support and activity group. We offer support, weekly play groups, monthly classes, volunteer work, nature walks and enrichment programs, field trips, and a yearly graduation and picnic. Our group is open to families K through Middle School (of course younger siblings are always welcome). Free membership.

Great Ways to Home Educate
Primarily serving Fairfield, New Haven, Litchfield, and New Haven counties in CT
GWHE provides support, information, and enrichment activities and is available to all families in our communities who have chosen to educate their children at home. We welcome all families, regardless of their faith, curriculum choice or teaching style. We organize a monthly Parents’ Night Out, Curriculum Nights, Annual Picnic with hikes and art classes, Spelling Bee, etc.

Greater New Haven Classical Christian Co-op
Families from various counties in CT, primarily New Haven and Fairfield
Contact: Kim Nobrega or Karen Peck
Our Co-op meets each Wednesday afternoon at the North Haven Bible Church. We have offered a variety of classes, including science (Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Earth Science, etc.), art history and skills-based art classes, writing composition, Latin, other foreign languages, debate, early learning classes, geography, and more. Class offerings change each year according to the preferences of participating families. We also have regular assembly time and event nights such as science fairs, international nights, fine arts festivals, and others. Ages range from preschool through high school.

Homeschool Muslim CT
Based in CT
Contact: Anna Hanafi
Serving CT and other Muslim homeschoolers, too. All Muslims are invited to join and share ideas, methods, events, activities, and support. Membership is free and we have weekly activities.

Litchfield County Christian Homeschool Association (LCCHA)
Serving northwestern CT
Contact: Tina Stawicki
Offering field trips, Mom’s night out, classes and programs. Information circulated using an email distribution list.

Unschoolers Unlimited
22 Wildrose Avenue, Guilford, CT 06437
Contact: Luz Shosie or Ned Vare
Phone: (203) 458-7402
We are an informal network of people holding informal gatherings about every other month. Membershp is free and open to anyone interested in unschooling/life learning. Send us an email to request our free information and latest newsletter.