Support Groups G - L
group was created to support and connect unschoolers in Georgia. Please join us and use this list to
make area unschooling connections. Share your families unschooling stories, discuss unschooling issues,
share and read unschooling articles and quotes, plan and attend field trips and get-togethers, and check
out our unschooling books/website recommendations. Let's grow and learn together.
Peachtree City Funschoolers (PTCF) is a support group for unschooling families
in and around Peachtree City, GA. We meet to
have fun! This is to provide an opportunity for the kids to play together and for the Moms and Dads to
visit. We offer organized activities based on the desires of the children in the group and at the
monthly meetings, where the children are welcome to share their latest interests with the other kids,
like a demo or such. We try to go to places that are free to low cost, with an eye toward everyone’s
budget. We try to meet weekly or as often as interests, weather, and work and other schedules
are a group of parents around the Treasure Valley (Idaho) who are beginning a local support group for
homeschooling w/ an emphasis on child-led learning (some are unschoolers and some incorporate child-led
learning into their days in other ways).
Unschoolers is a relaxed network of homeschooling families that share the joy of child led learning
together. The purpose of this list is to create a community of like-minded unschooling families in the
Inland Northwest in order to provide support, discussions and real life get-to-togethers. We like to
have fun with our children and each other! We believe that the best kind of learning (really the only
kind) occurs when people are enjoying themselves to the fullest, following their hearts and embracing
life in all its complexities. Please join us if these words resonate with you in anyway. Share stories
about your own family and unschooling experience; it is with open minds and hearts that we learn from
Many Rivers Unschoolers
an all-inclusive homeschooling group that meets every Wednesday at a church and park in Plainfield. Our
members are unschoolers and believe learning best happens when it is self initiated and that children
are learning all the time. Also includes a yahoo
Northside Unschoolers of Chicago
The Northside Unschoolers is a support group for homeschooling families that practice child-led
learning. Parent meetings, park days, scheduled activities and more. Website also includes a discussion
Off The Beaten Path
Off the Beaten Path is an inclusive support network of unschooling families based in Lake County,
This is an all inclusive group for unschoolers in Illinois. This is a wonderful place for homeschoolers,
unschoolers and the unschool curious to gather and share ideas, support and resources. Anyone with an
intrest in unschooling is welcome to join.
We are homeschooling parents in Illinois, who have chosen the method of unschooling
as the means to teach our children.
This is a list for all homeschoolers living in Indiana who consider themselves unschoolers by
Iowans Dedicated to Educational
"IDEA" is a non-profit, non-sectarian organization dedicated
to providing information, support and encouragement to pursue life-long learning outside the school
This group recognizes that Learning is an internal process that thrives when people
are free to explore life on their own terms, this philosophy is often called unschooling.
Unschoolers (IU) is a discussion list as well as support network for new and experienced unschooling
families who live in or near Iowa.
The goal of this list is to simplify the dissemination of unschooling information from informal
get-togethers to scheduled events. This is also an excellent venue to easily organize group discounts
for activities and events whether attending as a group or individual families. Unschoolers and very
relaxed homeschoolers from western Iowa and other parts of Nebraska are welcome to join.
KS Homeschool Net
Created as a resource for those who have chosen the path of homeschooling, in ALL of its many forms, in
Kansas and surrounding areas. We hope to provide a place for families to come for information,
connection with other area families, support, and sharing. Specifically, we hope to provide a sense of
community and resources for those taking more eclectic paths of homeschooling, including unschooling,
child-led learning, life learning, etc. Includes articles, resources and more.
Homeschoolers Network (LAHN)
A secular, inclusive homeschooling group that supports
families and encourages homeschooling in Lawrence, Kansas and surrounding areas. Most of our meetings
are social in nature, although members are encouraged to share their skills through classes, activities,
and organized field trips. Learning takes place at all times, but we generally prefer to leave the
lessons for our homes and leave the group time to explore our world together. Very unschooler-friendly.
group is for those in Kansas who are unschooling their kids or are exploring unschooling. This group is
not limited to unschoolers yet the focus of support will be to help each other unschool or be better at
unschooling. And hopefully connect with each other in real life!
This group is open to all individuals interested in homeschooling. The
organizers are located near Louisville, Kentucky, so many group activities will be focused on that area
(but are not limited to just Jefferson County). The premise of this group is community, compassion and
support. No one is excluded because of schooling style, belief system, family style or age. All ages are
welcome and encouraged, as we feel children learn from everyone, not just from their age group.
group was created to support and connect unschoolers in Louisiana. Please join us and use this list to
make area unschooling connections! Share your families' unschooling stories, share and read cool
unschooling articles and quotes, plan and attend field trips and get-togethers, and check out our
unschooling books/website recommendations.
The Wild Azalea group is a secular, inclusive support group that
provides support and activities for homeschoolers and their families in the New Orleans area. The Wild
Azaleas have been in existence for over 14 years. Very unschool-friendly.