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Kitchener-Waterloo Christian Home Educators’ Association (KWCHEA)
Our group consists of approximately 180 families from Kitchener, Waterloo, Elmira, New Hamburg, and the surrounding area. We meet together regularly to encourage and support one another in our God-given task of educating our children. We aim to do this by: regular support group meetings; sharing of information and resources; education and social group activities. We have several weekly co-ops, and programs that happen weekly and monthly. Our monthly parent's support group meetings are held one Saturday of each month, except for July and August. Due to insurance regulations, we are not permitted to have children under 12 attending the meeting. Nursing babies are permitted though. You do not need to be a member of our group to attend a parent support group meeting. Registered members will received a printed phone directory, monthly newsletters, and will be added to our support group email listing. KWCHEA does not require that all members agree with our Statement Purpose or our Statement of Faith. We do require that members accept that this is the policy of our group, and that all our support group activities will be conducted in a manner that is in line with our policy.
Areas Served: Kitchener, Waterloo
Kitchener -Waterloo KW Scholars (Secular)
KW Unschooling Club
Cambridge & KW Nature Walk
Homeschooling/ Home Educated
Oxford County Home Educators
Description: This group's aim is to provide Oxford County home educators a place to connect, plan meetups and educational trips/clubs, encourage each other and to get to know the many home educating families in our county, learn from each other's unique perspectives and the reasons why we have all chosen to home educate. Open to all Oxford County Home Educators, whether your style is traditional, un-schooling, de-schooling, life-schooling, forest-schooling, or an eclectic mix of some or all of the above. We are not affiliated with any particular style/outlook/religious beliefs/association etc. Just an eclectic group brought together by our location and passion for home educating our kids.
Activities: Join our Facebook group to stay informed about all of the informal meetups planned for our kids to interact with their peers, educational trips or clubs to partake in, local activities and events suggested by members to participate in, and you can also feel free to use the group to coordinate extra-curricular activities for your kids to participate in with other local home educated kids.
Contact: Connect with us on Facebook
Areas Served: Woodstock, Ingersoll, Mt. Elgin, Norwich, Salford, Thamesford, Tillsonburg
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. We would like to meet in person at least once a week. We also encourage virtual meetings.
Membership Fees/Requirements: We anticipate our fees to be nominal and they would include administrative services, resource sharing (via common ownership) and field trips.
Areas Served: Essex County, Windsor
H.O.P.E. (Homes of Priority Education)
Description: We are a non-denominational Christian group. Members must sign our statement of faith. The group averages around 40-50 families each year.
Activities: We hold Support Meetings on the fourth Monday of the month (September, October, November, January, February, March, and April). These meetings are open to all and have a wide range of topics. A small library with support materials (no curriculum) is available for members at these meetings. Topics for support meetings are published in advance in our newsletter, The Hope Herald. It is published monthly from August through May and is the main means of communication for our group. We provide H.O.P.E. Days, which is a cooperative teaching opportunity. These occur on six Friday mornings, from 9:00 – 11:45, in the fall and in the spring to provide interaction, fun, and learning in a group setting. There is a nursery provided for the younger children and activity classes for the older children. There is a cost for H.O.P.E. Days above the H.O.P.E. registration fee, and parental involvement is expected. We plan many field trips and activities throughout the year. Members are encouraged to be involved and to contribute to the group by organizing, volunteering, and participating in events. Some activities include our Track and Field Day, skating and hockey on Fridays through the winter, Project Fair, and many interesting and educational field trips.
Membership Fees/Requirements: annual membership fees are approx. $35/family. Members must sign our statement of faith.
Contact: HOPE Steering Comittee
PO Box 216
Areas Served: Perth County, Stratford
Haldimand/Norfolk, Ontario Homeschool Support
This group is for anyone who is currently homeschooling or is doing it for the first time due to Covid. It is to be used as a network for parents and kids in the Haldimand Norfolk area to support each other with lesson plan ideas, tips and tricks, advice, strategies, field trip plans, and for socializing our kids.
Niagara Area Homeschool Group
Niagara Area Homeschool Group
Niagara Secular Homeschoolers
Kids Learning Connections (KLC)
KLC is a secular, non-profit community of homelearners centered around London, Ontario. We are an inclusive parent run co-op. Our goal is to build a community for our children and families. Members of KLC are a diverse mix of people: large families and small; homeschoolers and unschoolers and everything in between. Our common ground is a desire to provide enriching activities and opportunities for our kids; a chance to share hobbies and interests with others; an opportunity to grow our children's world by bringing unique people to us or exploring different venues; a chance to be with friends and to make new friends. KLC isn't just for the kids. We grow and learn as our kids do. Being part of a diverse group allows opportunity for parents to learn from one another while we support each other in our journeys.
Areas Served: London and surrounding areas
Homeschoolers & Unschoolers
of London, Ontario
High School (and beyond) in London, Ontario
OCSH - Oxford County Secular
Homeschoolers (Woodstock and area)
Elgin County Home Schoolers (St Thomas and Area)
WECHEC – Windsor Essex Christian Home Educators Connection
Description: A Christian organization in Windsor/Essex County for home schooling parents and children coming together at varied educational activities. A great place to make new friends.
Activities: Field trips, both as a group and in conjunction with other local support groups. They are funded individually on an as-we-go basis.
Membership Fees/Requirements: $10.00
Areas Served: Essex County, Windsor
Homeschool Activity Group
Windsor Essex Homeschool
Curriculum for Homeschoolers of Windsor/Essex County
CLEP for Windsor & Essex
Windsor/Essex County Events
of Interest to Homeschoolers
Simcoe, Delhi and surrounding
Hanover Ontario Homeschoolers
Homeschoolers and Unschoolers
of Southern Ontario
Toronto East End Homeschoolers
Toronto Waldorf Homeschoolers
Toronto Unschooling Conference
Homeschooling Moms - Toronto, GTA, York, Ontario, Canada
Homeschool Swap: GTA
Milton, Ontario Homeschooling
Mississauga Christian Homeschool Association
GTA Secular and Inclusive
Homeschooling Conference Planning Commitee
Halton Hills Christian Homeschoolers
Our desire is to connect with each other and to provide support and encouragement along our homeschooling journey. We base all of our policies and actions on Christian principles and take the Bible as our moral and spiritual guide. We provide members with monthly support meetings, HHCH weekly co-op, group field trips, year end picnic and a showcase event.
Areas Served: Halton Hills
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.
Areas Served: Toronto
Toronto Homeschoolers Support Group
As an eclectic group of homeschoolers, Toronto Homeschoolers Group offers support for new and current homeschoolers in and around the city of Toronto. Our Facebook group is a safe and inclusive place to ask questions, post events/meetups, organize group outings and trips, and provides that much needed support to each other as we walk through this adventure together. We also have a sister Facebook group for teen events and a local buy and sell group for finding homeschool supplies and curriculum. As a matter of safety, we require all new families attend one monthly Welcome Wagon meeting. This will give you an opportunity to meet other homeschoolers in the community and ask any questions you might have. Event details can be found by following this link: https://www.facebook.com/pg/torontohomeschoolinformation/events/
Areas Served: Toronto
The Homeschool Network (THN)
A network of homeschooling families providing support for new and seasoned homeschoolers. Traditional homeschoolers, deschoolers and unschoolers – all homeschooling styles and all beliefs (or none) welcome.
Activities: THN has monthly events throughout the school year including parent meetings, information nights, social activities, and field trips. Members-only website and group e-mail list.
Membership fees/requirements: $15 annual membership fee.
Areas Served: Burlington, Hamilton, Mississauga
Homeschool Connection - Halton/Hamilton
Hamilton Homeschool Bookclub
Muslim Homeschooling Moms of
Hamilton and Surrounding Areas.
Hamilton Christian Homeschool
Hamilton Christian Homeschool
Brantford Home Educators
Ottawa Home Based Learning Network
Homeschooling parents of
Ottawa Homeschool Activities
Homeschool Families of East
Ottawa West Homeschoolers
Ottawa Homeschooling Kids
With Special Needs
Homeschool Quest Clubs of
OMHN Ottawa Muslim Homeschool
Rideau Valley Home Educators' Association (Christian)
Ottawa Homeschool STEM Club
Ottawa Homeschool FREE Market
Dundas-Grenville Christian Home Educators’ Association (DGCHEA)
The Dundas-Grenville Christian Home Educators’ Association (DGCHEA) 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. The group has no governing head, but collectively and cooperatively organizes weekly events and programs for children of all ages. In addition to weekly physical education classes and two semesters of history and science classes, the DGCHEA also organizes about a dozen educational field trips throughout the school year. The events and programs are recorded in an annual photo yearbook distributed to member families in the spring. The DGCHEA accepts participation of people from all backgrounds and faiths; all should understand that the group is fundamentally a Christian community, based on Biblical principles. The hope is that the group may be a place where parents can be supported in the principles they are teaching at home, and where children can make friends with other children, building relationships in a safe environment.
There is an annual membership fee of $10 that gives access to the Facebook group and email updates and helps cover minimal expenses.
Areas Served: Brockville, Cardinal, Cornwall, Kemptville, Morrisburg, Prescott, South Mountain, Spencerville, Winchester
Kingston Christian Home Educators Chapter
We are a chapter of OCHEC (Ontario Christian Home Educators Connection). We are a volunteer, non-profit, Christian organization that exists to serve the needs of homeschooling families in Kingston, Ontario.
Kingston Limestone Home Educators
We are home educators that have grouped together to share experiences and resources. The group is closed, but welcome to anyone who wants to join.
Kingston area Homeschoolers & Mom meet
Kingston and area Homeschoolers & Moms Meet is a local homeschool support group in the Kingston area. We desire to support all local homeschooling moms and their families. All local homeschoolers are welcome. We hold monthly in-person Moms Meets and host other activities to encourage and provide opportunities for relationships within the local homeschooling community.
Christian Homeschoolers & Moms Meet
Christian Homeschoolers & Moms Meet is a local homeschool support group in the Bay of Quinte area for those residing in the Bay of Qunite area only. We desire to support all local homeschooling mom's and their families. All local homeschoolers are welcome. We hold monthly in-person Moms Meets and host other activities to encourage and provide opportunities for relationships within the local homeschooling community.
Homeschooling. Kingston to Brockville and in between. Canada
I started this group because I couldn't find many homeschoolers or like minded people on my area. We are in Lansdowne and everyone is welcome to join and participate in the group.
Hastings & Prince Edward Home Educators and Learners
This is an inclusive, open and informal group of home schooling families in Quinte and surrounding areas. See events and Files for more information. Members should feel free to introduce themselves, ask questions and participate in discussions.
Quinte Christian Homeschooling Adventures
A Safe area to share ideas, events and ask for prayer or encouragement. There are many families who are in various stages of their homeschooling journey.
We The North (of the 401) Homeschoolers
I created this group for those of us homeschooling "in the country" north of Kingston, so we can plan some get together once in awhile that don't require driving in to town. Anyone is welcome to join if they're ok with travelling to group activities out here, you don't have to live here.
Prince Edward County Home Learners
This group is to help home learning families in the County connect with each other and to share events, resources and ideas.
Northumberland East Homeschool Group
For Homeschoolers living on the East side of Northumberland County.
Belleville And Area Homeschool Classroom
This group is intended to provide support and guidance to all things homeschool. New to homeschooling or a seasoned home learner, everyone is invited to participate in this group, no matter your belief system, we all share a common goal to better our children's homeschooling experience as well as boosting our own confidence as the "teachers". All parents and children are encouraged to voice their ideas for events or lessons
Northumberland Homeschool Cooperative
We are a diverse collection of parents who, for a variety of reasons, have chosen to educate our children at home. We gather weekly to exchange ideas while older children participate in an instructor led gym class and younger siblings play nearby. Additional outings and events are held throughout the year.
Areas Served: Port Hope, Coburg
École à la maison – Limoges, Casselman, Embrun et environs (Ontario)
Permettre aux enfants de la Municipalité de La Nation et Prescott-Russell de vivre des activités, des projets et des rencontres sociales.
Favoriser le partage d'idées et d'expériences entre les parents de la région du centre-est de l'Ontario.
Contact: Marie-Claude Dubé
Régions desservies: Cornwall, Hawkesbury, Ottawa
The Un/Homeschool Club of the
Barrie, Orillia and Surrounding Areas
Orillia Homeschool Group
Georgian Bay Homeschool Naturalists
Grey Bruce Huron Ontario Inclusive Homeschoolers
Kawartha Lakes Homeschoolers
We are a diverse group welcoming all styles of homeschooling. Our meetings are held in Little Britain biweekly and consist of some formal learning as well as socialisation and play. We also organise field trips and outings. Our meetings and learning content are secular, while membership is inclusive to all.
Areas Served: Kawartha Lakes, Lindsay
Peterborough and Area
Durham Region Ontario
Homeschool Lending Library (
Durham Region, Ontario)
Hastings and Prince Edward
Home Educators and Learners
Kawartha Lakes Un/
The Headwaters Homeschooling Network (Orangeville/ Dufferin)
Cochrane and area
We are a group of homeschooling families from the Timmins and surrounding areas that meet together for various activities and get-togethers. We welcome new contacts.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/147648565410532/ (Homeschooling in the North)
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/240178929449048/ (Timmins & Area Homeschoolers)
Contact: Nathan & Alaina
Areas Served: Timmins
Northern Ontario Homeschoolers
Homeschooling in North
Thunder Bay Christian
Homeschoolers in Thunder Bay
M.E.S.S. Homeschool Group (Sault Ste. Marie)
Terrace Bay Homeschooling
B.R.A.N.C.H (Blind River Area
Network of Christian Homeschoolers)
Timmins & Area Homeschoolers
Sudbury, ON Homeschooling
Algoma/Sudbury Life Learning(
All of Ontario (via Facebook Groups)
Homeschooling Parents Ontario
The Un/Homeschool Club of Ontario
Ontario Homeschool Transitions
Ontario Catholic Homeschool
Adventist Homeschoolers of
Ontario French Immersion Homeschooling
Forest Homeschoolers of
Ontario's Public Libraries
Ontario Waldorf Homeschoolers
Homeschool Spanish Group in Ontario
Este grupo ha sido creado para familias que viven en Ontario y que hablen Espanol y esten haciendo homeschool. Este es un grupo para compartir y poder juntarnos con nuestros pequenos para ir a talleres, clases, parques, excursiones,etc.
Homeschooling Your Unique Learner in Canada
This group is open to parents who homeschool or are considering homeschooling their children that have UNIQUE needs, with or without a formal diagnosis. By UNIQUE, we mean those who learn differently than the ‘regular’ child, and who have academic or behavioural struggles.
The primary purpose of this group is to encourage and support Canadian homeschool families. We want to build a community of Canadian Homeschoolers that help and encourage one another on this journey. We hope that this group will be a place where you feel free to share your concerns and struggles, your successes and your accomplishments, but also a place to share curriculum choices and/or therapies that worked for your student - all with the intention of discovering strategies and creative ideas to help your student continue on the road to lifelong learning.
French for Homeschool (Resources, Activities and Connections)https://www.facebook.com/groups/1654829234737736/
A place for Canadian homeschoolers to share resources, curriculum, ideas, activities, blogs, living books, etc. Also a place to connect with and encourage others pursuing this shared goal. Please indicate if a resource is suitable for French parents or is user friendly for English first parent. Please keep commentary kind, helpful and encouraging. As I am getting more and more requests from individuals outside of Canada, I have added a question to help in the screening process.
More Facebook Groups
We will place here any relevant groups we've become aware of, but haven't yet had time to slot into their respective region's listings.