Description: This group exists to provide a means of communication to offer support, share resources, and present ideas among the homeschooling community in the North East/Central corridor in Maryland. This discussion group is open to all members of the homeschool community, whether you are just considering the homeschooling option or are a veteran homeschooling family.
Description: An email list and secular support group for homeschoolers in the Bowie/Crofton area of Maryland. The group is open to anyone, regardless of race, creed or orientation. It is a place for to share ideas and thoughts on homeschooling and anything of interest.
Description: BWHE is Maryland’s oldest email group for open-minded homeschoolers in the region who are interested in participating in a community that represents a diverse range of religious, political and philosophical beliefs. Our community also represents a wide range of ethnic groups, education levels, and socio-economic classes. The one thing we have in common is an interest in trying to do what is best for our children and our family.
Description: Camp Fire’s core purpose is to help youth prepare for life, now. Our approach is not one-size-fits-all. Every kid is unique, every family is unique. Camp Fire understands and meets them where they are. We help them each find their path, their passion, their sparks. Camp Fire offers programs in three broad areas: (1) Environmental and Camp Programs; (2) Out-of-School-Time Programs; and (3) Teen Service and Leadership Programs.
Description: Cecil County MD Homeschoolers is an inclusive group for all Cecil County Homeschoolers… everyone is welcome regardless of method or spiritual practice. Our group serves the purpose to help unite homeschoolers in our county, as well as answer questions from those who are considering homeschooling.
Description: Homeschoolers in Central Maryland is a secular group that offers simple, low-commitment, social group for homeschool families. The focus is social time, play, and community. We welcome all styles of homeschoolers, as well as all races, religions, creeds, and colors. Our focus is on fun social events for the kids. Nature walks, park days, bowling, parties, are the type of events we focus on. We strive to be fully inclusive. Our themed parties are open to all religions (for example we have a Holiday Party, not a Christmas Party) and we choose to have our other events free of religious affiliations.