Originally A2Z Home’s Cool, the site was started in the late 90s by Ann Zeise. At the time, Ann was relatively new to homeschooling but wanted to find a way to offer homeschool resources to other homeschoolers. By the late 2000s, A2Z Home’s Cool had gained a significant following with Ann at the helm. It became a must-stop for those looking for homeschool laws, homeschool ideas, and other homeschool resources not readily available.
In 2016 the site was renamed to A2Z Homeschooling to help current and future homeschoolers locate it easier. In 2017, Ann decided she was ready to move on as her homeschooling days were behind her. She passed the reins of A2Z on to pursue new projects. In 2018, Andrea Dillon stepped in to take on the mission of providing up-to-date information and resources to homeschooling families. With the help of other talented writers and guest authors, Andrea brings a fresh homeschooling outlook with new educational sources, lessons, and help for current homeschoolers.
We Are With You All The Way
While A2Z has changed some through the years, we still hold true to our mission statement.
A2ZHomeschooling.com, established in 1997, is an inclusive, non-faith-based homeschooling site. Proudly offering help and resources for all homeschoolers, this is the site for those interested in local homeschool requirements, homeschool activities, and homeschool educational resources. Whatever your homeschool needs, we’ve got you covered from A2Z!
We Want You To Find Your Homeschooling Community
At A2Z Homeschooling, we know that finding your way in the world of homeschooling can be challenging. There are different laws for each state, different curricula to fit your children’s learning needs, and many available resources for all types of homeschoolers. It can be overwhelming, so we encourage you to reach out to homeschool groups to find a sense of community.
Why Do You Need A Homeschooling Community?
Finding your homeschool community can help you and your homeschoolers feel less alone in this journey. Besides offering you encouragement and support, gaining a tribe of homeschoolers who have your back can make a world a difference in your homeschool adventure. To help you find your community, we offer local and online groups listed throughout the site. You can connect to those nearby to understand your state homeschool laws, local resources, and opportunities for group meetups. However, you might not find your perfect fit locally. If you still need to locate your like-minded homeschooler tribe, we list groups by religious homeschooling types, cultural differences, and homeschooling methods as well.
So we welcome you to join us as we create community, offer support, and provide resources. Homeschooling is a journey and we’re proud to be with you all the way.