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Georgia Online Social Networks

Social networks which support Georgia homeschool families all over the state, or in a large section. Some secular and some religious.

Georgia Homeschool Group
Georgia Homeschool Group
Announce new groups. Invite homeschoolers to your events. Recent activity shows up below.

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.

GAChristianHschooler
Come and talk about their experiences with homeschooling and ask questions. We can discuss learning and the challenges that go along with our decision to keep our children home.

GaHeirWaves
Post classes and events for home educators in Georgia. Hosted by Home Education Information Resource.

GA-homeschoolers
This is a support group for residents of Georgia who have chosen to homeschool their children. We will have organized events and field trips, but most of all we are here to support each other in this adventure.

GA-Unschoolers
Please join us and use this list to make area unschooling connections. Share your families unschooling stories, discuss unschooling issues, share and read unschooling articles and quotes, plan and attend field trips and get-togethers, and check out our unschooling books/website recommendations.

Georgia Charlotte Mason
This list is to offer information and support and encouragement in implementing the Charlotte Mason method. Membership is free. We are a member-lead group. We have members through out the State.

Georgia Homeschoolers
A diverse group of people from all over the state who either homeschool in Georgia or want to homeschool in Georgia.

Georgia Homeschoolers group
This is a Facebook group for those of us who live in the state of Georgia and home educate our children. We are here to offer support or encourage, answer one another’s questions, and share links and other resources we find available.

Georgia Unschoolers
Need a little more information about radical unschooling? Here are just a few of the many great resources for unschooling.

HeirTalk
A non-partisan, non-sectarian, discussion list for working to ensure that the people of Georgia and their government recognize home study, freely practiced in its diverse forms, as a legitimate choice and value it as a positive force for improving the quality of education.

Homeschool Friends in Georgia
I know there are a lot of homeschoolers that would like to meet other homeschoolers in Georgia. Our kids could make friends here and meet in person later.

Homeschool-Georgia
This list is for the discussion of topics related to homeschooling in Georgia. Posting of events, homeschool support organization information, and homeschool websites is welcome.

Secular Homeschoolers of Georgia
A group for those of us who are homeschooling in Georgia for secular reasons, regardless of religious affiliation or lack thereof.

South Georgia Homeschool Association
A group designed to serve, educate, socialize, inform, and inspire the homeschooling community.

North Ga Home Educators
This group is Christian-ased and will uphold the values that are important to us as Christians. Information relevant to homeschooling our children is of great importance to all and is welcomed.

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