Kansas City, and Urban West Missouri Homeschool Groups
Includes Jackson, Clay, and Platte Counties, MO. Please check sites about activities and membership requirements.
Clay Platte Home Educators
CPHE exists to provide information, training and support to local home schooling parents. Monthly meetings, new homeschool orientations, cooperatives, field trips, workshops and more are offered year round. Meets at the Sherwood Bible Church, 4900 N Norton Avenue, Kansas City, MO 64119.
Kansas City Homeschool
This group is for all who have the desire to homeschool their children! Support one another and encourage one another here in this group!
Kansas City Homeschooler’s Bulletin Board
KCHBB is a Christian group bulletin board for sharing information, ideas, activities, advice, encouragement and much more!
LEARN Home Education Network
L.E.A.R.N. is the Kansas City Area’s secular homeschool support group. We provide support for people who choose to educate their children at home for educational reasons.
Northland Families Learning Together
NFLT is a secular support group for Home Educators in the Greater Kansas City area, with activities based mainly in the Northland.
Catholic Homeschool Groups
Greater Kansas City Catholic Home School
A means for Catholic families in the greater Kansas City area to offer support to each other as they encounter the joys and the sacrifices involved in the home education of their children.
Saint Monica’s Homeschooling Group
This board is for St. Monica’s members only to share information about homeschooling, curriculum materials, events and activities, our Catholic Faith and any other information pertinent to the Catholic homeschooling family.
SKC – Holy Family Homeschoolers
We are a group of Catholic Home Schooling families located in South Kansas City. As a Catholic Home School group centered in Christ, we encourage all the virtues manifested by the Holy Family.
St. Margaret of Scotland Home Educators
This group is established for the communication among members of the St. Margaret of Scotland Catholic Home Educators of the Northland/Kansas City, MO area.
Book about Kansas City History
Images of America
by L. A. Little
In 1821, François Chouteau set up a fur-trading outpost along the Missouri River, bringing the first settlement of Europeans to what would become Kansas City, named after the Kansa tribe of Native Americans who inhabited the area. At the center of a growing nation, the “”City on the Bluff”” would build and thrive as a river town, a gateway to the West, and a railroad hub, absorbing the influences of pioneers and immigrants traveling through or making it their home. Striving to become “”A City Beautiful,”” its parks and boulevards drew attention from around the world. These are the beginnings of a town carved out of a hillside in the wilderness, transformed into an exciting metropolis that would eventually be called home by Walt Disney, Ernest Hemingway, Jesse James, and many others who left a lasting mark on history.
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