Sources for pagan educational material and homeschooling support.
Associations & Networks
Nothing sinful in making learning lots of fun! Lots of ideas and good resources.
Page 9 of this pagan family newsletter has a feature article about homeschooling by Barbara Hedgewitch.
Witches and their youngins’… This online eZine focuses on the trials and tribulations of raising a child in a pagan household.
Alabama Pagan Homeschool List
Open to all pagan and pagan-friendly families in Alabama who homeschool. It is run jointly by Church of the Spiral Tree and Sacred Grove Academy.
Connecticut Pagan Homeschoolers
A non-profit organization dedicated to helping Pagan homeschooling families connect. At times we like to get together in order to meet and allow our children to interact with those whose families are of like mind.
Creative Home Educators – North Georgia
A group of home educators who follow an Earth Centered Spirituality (many of us are Pagan, but not all use that label). We come together for play dates, field trips, cooperative learning experiences, and support with home schooling issues. Greater Atlanta area north.
Creative Home Educators – South Georgia
A group of home educators who follow an Earth Centered Spirituality (many of us are Pagan, but not all use that label). We come together for play dates, field trips, cooperative learning experiences, and support with home schooling issues.
Eldertree Pagan Homeschool
Message board with support and ideas for pagan home-schooling parents.
Florida Pagan Homeschoolers
This is not “my group” it is our group. It is open for pagan parenting discussion, homeschool support, play groups, family ritual, drum circle events, etc.
Homeschool Pagan Pen Pal
This group is open to Homeschooling pagan parent and their children . Also to all Homeschooling parents and their children who is pagan friendly. You can use email or U.S. Postal Service. This owner of this group is homeschooling mother and pagan.
Huntsville Pagan Homeschooler
This group is open to anyone who is homeschooling or considering homeschooling and considers themselves to be following a pagan (ie earth based) religion in this area. Hopefully we will be able to meet in person at least once every other week for play dates, field trips, and general social activities.
Pagan Freedom Schoolers
This list has been created to bring together Pagan Homeschooling parents who’re *18 or above*. All styles of homeschooling are welcome, which is from one end of the spectrum (radical unschooling) to classroom style school-at-home.
Pagan Home School
This list is open to all Pagan Parents whether you are currently homeschooling your children or are thinking about it. Topics vary from whether to homeschool or unschool to what curriculum is best for those who chose to use it.
Pagan Homeschoolers’ List
A closed list for pagan parents who homeschool their children. You must email list owner first.
Parenting Pagan Tots
This list is for Pagan parents of young children (infants through preschool). Topics may include homeschooling, parenting, and general life as a Pagan parent of a tot.
Rainbow Star Homeschooling Group
We por a Homeschooling secutl group. Our goel untiled each other in Homeschooling our children. No matter what walk of life the families come from: All are welcome. [Yup. That's what it says!]
Spiral Academy Homeschool Group – CO
A Colorado-based homeschool group for Pagan, and other like-minded people homeschooling without Christianity. Our group is for those living in or moving to Colorado. Our children range from newborn through teens.
WA Pagan Homeschoolers
Since this is a support group designed for those following an earth-based religious tradition, it is only open to Pagan or Pagan-friendly individuals.
Can We go Home, Mommy?
Now that I am slowly starting my own circle, I find myself with a dilemma — do I want my kids to take an active part?
The free Pagan homeschool newsletter for kids.
Pagan Stories for Children
The Great Flood, The story of Rhiannon, The story of Arianrod and Gwydion, Ancient One, The first song, Geat and the Lady, and The Leaf and the Wind.
Paganism as a Belief, as a Way of Life
I stay at home with my children and teach them what they need to learn. I run an internet homeschool bookstore and several other internet businesses. (This homeschool mother never tells us her first name!)
Silver’s Pagan Homeschool Page
Features a pagan unschoolers’ email list and a long list of good reasons for anyone to homeschool. By Pam Sorooshian.
Austin Pagan Homeschoolers
A network of families who homeschool or are exploring the possibility. We are an inclusive group composed of individuals who are willing to share their homeschooling experiences.
Houston Pagan Unschoolers
This is a group for Pagan parents who want to homeschool or unschool thier children. All are welcome to join. Local events will be in the Houston, Texas area. A group where Pagan parents could feel comfortable raising thier little witches in a safe environment without being ridiculed.
Saint Louis Pagan Parent Connection
Created to help families with Pagan, wiccan (witch) or Earth centered spiritualistic beliefs or for families who seek conversation with open-minded families, like us, find each other in the St. Louis Missouri and Illinois Area.
Sacred Grove Academy
An cover school for Pagans in Alabama. Our requirements are minimal, but so are our offerings. Hopefully this will change in the future, especially if we get some more volunteers to help out with the work load! Ideally, we’d like to be able to offer field trips, tutoring programs, driver’s education, etc.
Dedicated to serving the needs of homeschool families, primarily in Colorado, who desire the benefits of private school enrollment and minimal oversight over their educational activities by their local school districts.