Houston Homeschool Groups & Co-Ops

Houston Homeschool Groups & Co-Ops

Houston Homeschool Groups

The geographic region is where the events generally take place, regular meetings and/ or park days.  Many groups do field trips etc. that may take them out of the designated zone.  The map is for reference only.  Most pins are not exact locations of these Houston homeschool groups.

If you moderate or know of a group that would like to be included in the list please email ghm@greaterhoustonmoms.com. Also contact us If you would like any additional information for your group such as a point of contact, alternative description, or membership details.  Alternatively, please contact us if you would prefer for your group to not be on the list.  Go find your tribe!

Find an Athletic Group

Find a park/ nature space or museum/ eclectic place 

Find a Non-Traditional or Hybrid School


Central

Downtown, River Oaks, Midtown, West University, Braeswood, Third Ward, Second Ward, Near Northside, Fifth WardHeights

North/ Northeast

Spring, Oak Ridge, Conroe, Aldine, Humble, Atascocita, New Caney, Huffman



Northwest

Garden Oaks, Jersey Village, Willowbrook, Tomball, Cypress, Champions Klein, Magnolia, The Woodlands

West

Spring Branch, Memorial, Copperfield, Cypress, Katy, Cinco Ranch, Westchase



Southwest

Bellaire, Missouri City, Sugar Land, Richmond, Rosenberg, First Colony

South

Almeda, Pearland, Friendswood, Sienna Plantation, Alvin, Brazoria

Southeast

Galveston, Clear Lake, Pasadena, Deer Park

East

Galena Park, Channelview, Highlands, Baytown

Popular Online Options

Houston Specific

General Homeschooling

  • Homeschool Curriculum Marketplace (Facebook)
  • Minimalist Homeschoolers (Facebook) –  “…to bring together people who home school / home educate their children, and embrace, or inspire to live the minimalist lifestyle…”
  • Worldschoolers – From their description: “a community, whose origins span the globe, representing different nationalities, belief systems, cultures, and worldviews. We are a community of learners and adventurers, families of all sizes, people of all ages.”