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New Hampshire Homeschool Associations

New Hampshire Homeschool Associations
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There are many homeschool organizations in New Hampshire. In fact, New Hampshire is home to three statewide associations. State associations are an excellent go-to resource for all things homeschooling. These organizations are usually led by veteran homeschool parents who will mentor you and help guide you in your journey from start to finish.

On this page, we’ll share the unique benefits, purpose, and membership guidelines for each New Hampshire state association.

New Hampshire Homeschooling Coalition (NHHC)

The NHHC is an all-inclusive organization founded in 1989. Membership is free to all those interested in home education. The Coalition provides support through workshops and other events. The NHHC also publishes the New Hampshire Home Education Guidebook, an extensive resource for all New Hampshire homeschoolers which is available at every public library in the state.

Granite State Home Educators (GSHE)

GSHE members believe in empowered parents, a parent’s right to direct their children’s education, and the power of community. Membership is free and open to all homeschoolers. Benefits include periodic newsletters and email messages alerting families to current homeschool news and events. Visit the group’s active Facebook community and connect with homeschoolers throughout the state.

Christian Home Educators of New Hampshire (CheNH)

CheNH began as a local support group in 1988. The group grew into a statewide association as a result of parents banding together to lobby for the right to homeschool. The group’s mission is to encourage, motivate, equip, and assist all Christian homeschoolers. The leadership will also act on your behalf to protect your freedom to homeschool when needed.

Why Join a Homeschool Association

There are many great reasons to consider joining a homeschool association in New Hampshire. Most important, the leadership is on top of all challenges and changes in the state homeschool law. State associations also have a large network to help you connect with nearby homeschooling families. Members can also enjoy these benefits:

  • Leaders who continually lobby to protect your freedom to homeschool
  • Regular newsletters
  • Group activities and events
  • Active online communities to help connect you with local homeschool families
  • Email alerts to current homeschool news and events

Additional Resources Related to Homeschooling New Hampshire

Have other questions about homeschooling in New Hampshire? You may find the following pages helpful.

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