By: Andrea Dillon
Homeschooling is a grand adventure for both parents and children. One of the first steps when deciding to homeschool is to reach out to local homeschoolers for support, comradery, and interactions. Below we have different Wyoming co-ops and Wyoming homeschool groups to help get you started on your homeschooling journey.
Navigate the page by clicking the sections below to go to statewide, and local groups by county. To have your group listed please add the information in the comments below or contact me here.
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Wyoming Statewide Homeschool Groups
Statewide homeschool groups can help you find different resources that are available throughout the state. These groups can help locate local homeschool groups, co-op homeschool groups, and virtual homeschool groups in Wyoming.
Wyoming County Groups
Most homeschooling families are looking for the direct personal connection that local homeschooling groups can provide. Below are Wyoming homeschool groups and Wyoming co-ops sorted by county.
Homeschool group in the Big Horn Basin area.
Home educators of Converse county.
“Based in Goshen County, Wyoming, our group provides homeschooling kids with wholesome social interaction.”
“Homeschool co-ops are groups of homeschooling families who join together to enrich their homeschooling experience by learning from and with one another.”
“This a Closed group for Cheyenne Area Homeschooling Families seeking group activities in the Cheyenne Area and Free Homeschooling Opportunities and Resources for children preK-12.”
“As we enter into our third year as an open, inclusive homeschooling group welcoming families in and around the Cheyenne, Wyoming area, we are working to become much more active.”
“A group for local homeschoolers and unschoolers where we can connect, get to know each other better, share ideas, ask and answer questions, post local events and community activities, plan get-togethers and play groups.”
“Common Ground Homeschoolers of Laramie is a cooperative, inclusive, non-denominational homeschool group in Laramie whose purpose is to offer support, friendship, workshops, social opportunities and field trips to local homeschoolers and all advocates of home education.”
“We are a group of home schoolers from Casper, WY and surrounding areas. Our styles and approaches to education differ but we share a respect for all learners and support one another. Our purpose is to provide support, encouragement, and information for new and veteran home schooling families.”
“This is a closed group for Christians who home educate their children here in Casper or Glenrock and just want a modern way to network.”
“The purpose of the Park Co. Home School Page is to provide a platform to share information that will benefit home school families. Examples of these things would be upcoming classes, co-op information, field trips, area events, solicit advice, etc.”
“Powell Valley Homeschoolers is a group of homeschooling family’s located in Powell, Wy & surrounding communities of the Big Horn Basin. Our goal is connecting homeschool families, providing local learning opportunities as well as support & encouragement.”
“for advice, items they are looking for or selling, information or questions about curriculum, field trip proposals, resources they have found, etc. It’s meant to be a way to stay connected and help each other out.”
“Sweetwater Homeschoolers is a loosely organized inclusive support group located in Rock Springs, Wyoming but serves all of Sweetwater County, including Green River, Wamsutter, Farson and Eden. We are dedicated to helping and supporting one another as we homeschool our children.”
“This is a page for the Bridger Valley and surrounding area’s homeschoolers. We are a non-denominational co-op of parents and kids who are working together to give our families the best education possible. We work together to support and help each other with our educational and social goals.”
“NACHO members gather at the beginning of each school year for an annual planning meeting. There, each homeschooling family contributes to our yearly calendar of events to provide our children (and parents too) with positive and educational social events. These vary from year to year, but some of the ongoing favorites include opportunities to join our local co-op, a Christmas Talent Show, History Fair, and field trip opportunities. We also have connections to engage kids in various sport opportunities including: Swimming, basketball, soccer, football, volleyball, and cross country.”