This support group is for secular homeschooling families that living in rural areas and don’t have as much access to city-style extracurriculars and abundant in-person homeschooling groups.
Does anyone here have experience with co-ops?
I have the same question! Does anyone have any resources for starting a co-op? I’ve been thinking about doing it. I have met a few secular homeschoolers at parks nearby me. And, I feel like “If I start one, they will come.” lol.
I’m involved in a Co-op. Ours began with two moms working together and inviting others. That was three years ago. We have 30 families now.
This is just a rant: Does anyone else’s internet SUCK? In addition to feeling geographically isolated we’re still rocking early 2000s internet…sometimes it is sooooo frustrating!
Yes! We have satellite internet, because we don’t even have a landline out here. (The only utility we have is electric!) Out internet is great …unless it’s cloudy …unless everyone else in the massive satellite connection “triangle” aren’t using the internet to stream or download… unless we get close to our data limit (which only happened…[Read more]
Hello fellow Rural-Living Secular Homeschoolers!
Question-How do you guys connect with other homeschoolers? How far do you usually have to travel?
We usually travel at least an hour for homeschool group activities. Its hard finding people to connect with!!
I have to travel that for to mingle with strictly ‘secular’ homeschoolers. Otherwise the only way that I can connect is to work with religious homeschoolers. Which is NOT the greatest fit. hahaha! I have also been listening to podcasts that interview homeschoolers and anytime they interview a secular homeschooler the host acts like they are…[Read more]
It’s an hour if we want to meet up with anyone secular. There is a fairly large group of extremely religious christian homeschoolers in my area. They are not kind to secular homeschoolers. I found out the hard way when I responded to the simple question of what science curriculum everyone uses and likes…. I now think it was an intentional…[Read more]
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