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South Dakota Homeschool Support Groups

Homeschool support groups in the following South Dakota Areas:
Coteau Area
Rapid City – Black Hills
Sioux Falls
Support Group Lists

Coteau Area

Coteau Area Christian Home Educators
Our homeschool group serves the northeastern area of South Dakota, and if you are a Bible-believing, God-fearing, Christian teaching homeschooler, you are welcome to join us. Statement of Faith and the Code of Conduct agreement required.


Mitchell Area Christian Homeschool Group
We are a Christian homeschool group that serves Mitchell and the communities around us. We have Co-op and Jr/Sr Co-op. Facebook Group and Facebook Page.

Rapid City – Black Hills

Black Hills Homeschool Association
An inclusive group for homeschoolers in the Black Hills of South Dakota.

Black Hills Home School Co-op
We are a Christ-centered cooperative that provides a variety of educational and enrichment classes for homeschooling families of primary and secondary age children in a safe and loving environment.

The Natural Learning Network
The NLN was founded in order to provide support for parents as well as activities for the children. At our core we are unschoolers, relaxed home learners, and world learners. Our online conversations take place here at our BigTent group, and we are currently scheduling monthly meet-ups in Sioux Falls, and weekly meet-ups in the Black Hills area. As our membership grows, activities in other parts of the state are also possible.

West River Christian Homeschoolers
WRCH is a South Dakota Interdenominational Christian homeschool support group that serves Rapid City and the surrounding area.

Sioux Falls

Living Legacy Academy
We are a group of inter-denominational families whose purpose is to provide support and education to Christian parents who are or will be teaching their children at home. Meets in Sioux Falls.

Our Way of Learning Homeschool Collective
We are an inclusive, nonprofit homeschool group serving the greater Sioux Falls area. Our group is secular in nature, and is non-discriminatory on the basis of race, religion, ethnic background, political orientation, or family composition. Our primary purpose is to give homeschooling families the opportunity to share activities with each other.

Sioux Empire Christian Home Educators
It is the goal of our organization to honor our Lord Jesus Christ in all of our activities and to encourage families to home school in a manner that honors God.

Sioux Falls Homeschool Group
This group is for everyone who homeschools in the Sioux Falls area but anyone across the state as well as those in Minnesota, Iowa, and Nebraska who could benifit from activities in this area.

Sioux Falls Homeschool Playgroup
Social Playgroup for homeschooling kids and parents. All ages welcome!

St. Margaret’s Fellowship
Catholic homeschool organization for families in the Sioux Falls South Dakota area. Are you a new homeschool family in Sioux Falls?  You are welcome to join us. Non-Catholics are also welcome.

Support Group Lists

South Dakota Homeschool Support Groups
List from The Homeschool Mom. To be listed, Submit a Local Resource on her site.

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One Response to South Dakota Homeschool Support Groups

  1. Aek0216 on July 30, 2019 at 10:29 am

    Right now I reside in Wisconsin. We are moving near wood sd here soon. We are going to be staying at a friends house temporarily (he is in white river school district) and we are building a house outside of wood so we would be in wood/colome school district. I was told that in have to file the exempt form and birth certificate
    with white river school district first since we are living there for awhile and then when we move in a few months outside of wood I have to refile with them. Anyone else have to go through this? Or does anyone else know of anything else I have to do? Thank you.

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