Alabama Homeschooling Resources
Welcome! Homeschooling is an exciting journey, and we will be with you every step of the way.
These resources will help you navigate the state requirements and access local support groups.
Homeschooling Regulatory Information
The link below may help you with legal questions about homeschooling in your state.
Alabama Homeschool Support Groups
Homeschool support groups in your state are an excellent way to gain more assistance and guidance in your homeschooling endeavors. A regional support group fosters a wonderful sense of community among homeschooling families and allows for more opportunities to exchange ideas, plan group outings, and share in the overall experience of homeschooling! While Calvert supports the development of community among homeschool families, this list does not constitute affiliation between Calvert School and the groups represented below.
CHRISTIAN HOME EDUCATION FELLOWSHIP OF ALABAMA (CHEF)
CHEF of Alabama was founded in 1988 to serve all home educators in Alabama by providing information, services, and resources from a Christian perspective to anyone who needs help in the area of homeschooling.
While we do not limit our services to Christians, our approach is decidedly from the Christian perspective. Our desire is to build strong families by encouraging the home education of our children using tried-and-true biblical principles.
HOMESCHOOLED KIDS & CO. (HK&C)
Families pay a yearly membership fee that entitles their children to participate in HK&C activities. These activities consist of moms' meetings, field trips, extracurricular group classes, organized P.E., parties, and service projects.
HK&C is a volunteer organization coordinated by a voluntary leadership team.
NORTH ALABAMA HOME EDUCATORS
North Alabama Home Educators believe parents are responsible for the total education of their children, parents are equipped and capable to teach and train their children, home education is superior to classroom instruction, home education encourages better character development, and that children do not belong to the state and parents have a constitutional right to educate their children as they see fit.