North Dakota Homeschool Groups & Co-ops
Homeschool groups provide many opportunities for social get-togethers, group classes, field trips and support. That’s why when beginning your journey to homeschool it is important to be aware of all the North Dakota homeschool groups near you.
North Dakota Homeschool Support Groups
Below you’ll find a list of homeschool groups in North Dakota to help you get started. These groups consist of individuals who were once in your shoes and seeking support. As they have now evolved into experienced homeschoolers, they are eager to help other homeschooling families make their experience a successful one!
- Bismarck Mandan Area Home Educators (BMAHE)
- Southwest North Dakota Homeschool support
- Williston Area Christian Home Educators (WACHE)
- Minot Home School
Be sure to visit Time4Learning’s North Dakota parent forum where you’ll be able to connect with other families in the Peach Garden State and discover additional resources.
North Dakota Homeschool Co-ops
Homeschooling co-ops usually stem from homeschooling groups. Parents volunteer and work together to share their expertise with students, maximizing the students’ overall learning experience. Homeschool co-ops can host monthly or more frequent get-togethers as well as focus on a variety of objectives such as academic, social, artistic or athletic goals.
If you or anyone you know are familiar with homeschool co-ops in North Dakota, feel free to contact us so we can share the valuable information with all the homeschoolers in the state.
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Benefits of Joining a Homeschool Group or Co-op
There are many benefits to joining homeschool support groups or homeschool co-ops in North Dakota:
- Opportunities to socialize for both parents and students on a weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly basis.
- Shared expenses and pooling of available resources such as lab equipment, professional tutoring fees, foreign languages, and many other services.
- Opportunities for extracurricular activities such as, but not limited to, nutrition, physical education, photography, and more.
- Opportunity to break up your schedule so you can teach the subjects you love at home, while subjects you may not feel comfortable with can be taught at the co-op.
- Some subjects are best taught in group settings such as choir, drama, band, public speaking, and sports among others.
Additional Resources for Homeschooling in North Dakota
Have other questions about homeschooling in North Dakota? You may find the following pages helpful.
- Homeschooling in North Dakota
- North Dakota Homeschooling Laws
- North Dakota Homeschool Associations
- Homeschool Field Trips in North Dakota
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