Support Groups

Brampton Christian Educators’ Network (BCEN)

Christian, OCHEC-affiliated group for families with children of all ages. Serving mainly Brampton area, with some members beyond that. Activities include Co-op, field trips, monthly parent support meetings, YMCA, and more. $25/year per family to join.

Ontario Waldorf Homeschoolers

Facebook group for Waldorf homeschoolers in Ontario, for discussion and support in our journey to home school our children in the Waldorf manner.

Toronto Homeschoolers Support Group

An eclectic support group for new and current homeschoolers in and around the city of Toronto. There is a regular Facebook group, a Facebook group for teen events, and a Facebook group for buying and selling curriculum materials.

Northumberland Homeschool Cooperative

Weekly gatherings. Gym and other activities. Port Hope, Cobourg, Northumberland

Oxford County Secular Homeschoolers

This group’s aim is to connect homeschooling families in Oxford County who are looking to be part of a non-religiously affiliated homeschooling group. A group to organize and plan events, educational trips and social activities, to share resources and encouragement and to help create friendships, community connections and learning opportunities for our kids.

The Homeschool Network (THN)

THN has monthly events throughout the school year including parent meetings, information nights, social activities, and field trips.

Harambee Homeschooling – Canada

We are a STEM based African-centred support group that meets regularly for support and field trips. We are looking for families with children aged 5-12 who would like to learn and grow together. We follow Christ and are open to families of other faiths.

Toronto Association of Parent Educators (TAPE)

We are a support group for families of all homeschooling styles. Our group meets on Thursday afternoons at Wallace Emerson Community Centre (Dufferin and Dupont) from October to May, and at Dufferin Grove Park (Dufferin south of Bloor) from June to September. In addition, we have occasional field trips, events and meetings.

Dundas Grenville Home Educators’ Association

The Dundas-Grenville Home Educators’ Association (DGHEA) serves families who educate their children at home, in or near Dundas County, Ontario. Members also come from Leeds & Grenville (Spencerville, Cardinal, Prescott) and as far east as Finch. If you’re anywhere near our area, we’d love to connect with you!

H.O.P.E. (Homes of Priority Education)

We are a non-denominational Christian homeschool group. Members must sign our statement of faith. The group averages around 40-50 families each year.