Suddenly doing school at home?

We know this is a stressful change, so we want to help connect you with families who have already walked this road! They can talk through schedules, balancing multiple kids/age ranges, researching programs or curriculum, or simply be someone to listen and support you through this process.

Please fill out the contact form below so we can match you with a family!

Home-School Resources

If you are considering to do remote schooling from home, you probably have a lot of questions. With all the websites and resources out there, it can be overwhelming to sift through and decipher what information is legitimate or not. Recognizing the need, we went to our home school families and asked for the top sites that they find useful for those new or experienced in teaching from home. Check out each section below and click on the pdf for more information.

  • Where do I start?

    Wondering what you need to know about home schooling? Are there state and local laws and regulations about remote learning? Do you need to register for a license to teach from home? What is all needed to teach from home? To answer these questions, click here


    Lesson plans? Reports? Tests? It can be overwhelming and daunting at the idea of creating an academic schedule for your children, but there are options that offer both already created specific grade level curriculums and ideas to create your own. Find out more about curriculums and resources by clicking here.!

  • extra curricular activities

    Are you worried that remote learning will limit opportunities for your kids to connect with others? Wondering if they will be prepared for college? There are several home schooling co-ops and support groups in the area where families coordinate core classes, electives, field trips, and more. Many schools also offer college prep classes and sports opportunities. To learn more, click here