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.

To be included/ removed from the list please email ghm@greaterhoustonmoms.com. Also, contact us to update your group description and details.

Preferred Location

Find an Athletic Group or Homeschool Athletic League

Find a park/ nature space or museum/ eclectic place

Find a Non-Traditional or Hybrid School

Houston Homeschool Classes, Events, & Activites


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

North/ Northeast

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


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


Spring Branch, Memorial, Copperfield, Cypress, Katy, Cinco Ranch, Westchase
  • Bayou City Fellowship Homeschool Families (Facebook) – new members need to be members of Bayou City Fellowship
  • Bluebonnet Homeschoolers: Socializing in the Greater Houston Area – secular group meeting in Sugar Land, Katy, and Houston – usually on Fridays 11am – 2pm
  • Copperfield-Cypress Homeschool Support Group (Facebook)
  • GOCO – Giving Our Children Opportunities – “A Christian homeschool community co-op, intent on glorifying Jesus as we gather weekly to enrich our childrens’ educational experiences…”
  • Katy Association of Christian Homeschoolers (KACH) –  “To support and encourage fellow homeschooling families in and around Katy, Texas…encouraging the formation of small groups to meet member needs and interests, we are a conduit for field trips, and most of all we provide a forum for homeschool parents to announce opportunities, ask questions, and seek prayer from other Christians.”
  • Katy, TX Secular Homeschoolers (Facebook) – “…families that homeschool in the Katy, TX area….the goal is to find each other in this land where homeschooling is more often than not focused on a religious approach…a group that discusses, meets up, and supports from a non-religious viewpoint.”
  • Katy Homeschool Club for Kids Older Than 9 and Their Siblings – “For kids 9 years old to high school age and their siblings…inclusive of all religious views, lifestyles, sexual orientation and cultures. We are planning to meet weekly, when possible, for playing, hanging out, and fun stuff.”
  • Learning Differences Homeschool Network of Southeast Texas (LD Kids) – a group for high-functioning kids. Kids who have difficulty finding a niche and frequently don’t fit with special needs groups or neurotypical groups.
  • LIGHT Katy Co-Op – “A parent-led Christian homeschool cooperative in the Katy, Texas, area seeking to come alongside other homeschooling families to live intentionally and grow together.”
    • $25-$60 family fee per year
  • Positive Homeschool Moms – Katy/ West Houston (Facebook)
  • Shield Christian Co-Op – Co-Op registration is in August, but you can become a social member year-round and get on their waitlist.
  • West Houston Home Educators (WHHE) Teen Group – A welcoming atmosphere for teens aged 13 & up who are homeschooled & wish to develop friendships as they participate in socials, service, & learning opportunities over the course of the school year.? From September to May, the teen student council plan 1 social & 1 service most months. They also attend dance lessons & etiquette class leading up to two casual themed dances & an elegant formal. We have members from all over the Greater Houston Area.? Parents are always welcome.
  • West Houston Homeschooling Misfits (Facebook) – “…an inclusive homeschooling group in the Katy / Cypress area. We offer regular park days, craft days, board game days, field trips, and Parents’ Night Out…”
  • Westside Inclusive Secular Homeschoolers (WISH) – (Facebook) “…A community of secular families who are homeschooling children ages 5-18. We facilitate activities for our children in Katy and Sugar Land, Texas.”


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


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


Galveston, Clear Lake, Pasadena, Deer Park
  • Bay Area Catholic Homeschoolers (BACH) –  “…a support group for Catholic homeschooling families in the greater Clear Lake area of Texas.  We are not a co-op which means that we do not offer classes.”
  • Bay Area Performing Arts Co-Op (BPAC) – Meets Thursdays; “Offer[s] instruction in choir, band, general music, recorder, music theory, beginning piano, beginning guitar, strings, art, dance and drama…While we are a Christian organization, this is not a requisite for the participation in this co-op.”
  • Bayshore Christian Homeschoolers (Facebook)
  • EASTs – Enrichment, Academics, and Socialization for Tweens, Teens, and their siblings –  “A co-operative learning community, offering shared teaching and learning, where an adult from each family contributes by teaching or assisting in classes. Our focus is on the needs of homeschooled tweens and teens, and their younger siblings. During the regular school year, we meet once a week on Fridays…”
  • FAITH Association of Homeschoolers – “by cooperating together in the sharing of our members’ gifts and talents all of our students will reap the rewards of receiving instruction that their own parent may not feel able to give or teach…meet on Mondays.”
    • Annual registration is $200 per family
  • Galveston Homeschool Performing Arts Co-op – “Offer[s] instruction in choir, band, general music, recorder, music theory, beginning piano, beginning guitar, strings, art, dance and drama…While we are a Christian organization, this is not a requisite for the participation in this co-op.”
  • Gulf Coast Christian Homeschoolers (GCCHS) – An active groups with events, park days, classes, clubs, holiday parties, MNO, and field trips. Open enrollment is in January and August.
  • Houston Galveston TX Bay Area Homeschool Group (Facebook)
  • Queen of Saints Catholic Homeschool Co-op –  “A group of Catholic families who meet once per week on Wednesday for academic and enrichment classes for their homeschooled children.”
  • REACH Homeschool Co-op – “A well-rounded balance of academic and elective enrichment classes to supplement your homeschool…age-appropriate PE, Social Studies, Art and Science choices in each age group…also offers elective classes for each department/age level that may include but are not limited to art, crafts, cooking, cake decorating, music, drama, etc.”
  • YEA! Homeschool Group (Facebook) – Fully secular, highly inclusive social homeschool group for teens, but also welcome tweens 10 years old and up.


Galena Park, Channelview, Highlands, Baytown
  • Baytown Area Homeschoolers – “group dedicated to serving homeschoolers in the Greater Baytown,TX area (Mont Belvieu, Highlands, Crosby, Dayton, Liberty, Kenefick, Winnie, Anahuac, Wallisville, Channelview and surrounding areas) by seeking the Lord’s guidance and providing”
  • C.H.A.O.S. – Compassionate Homeschoolers: Activities, Outings, & Shindigs – “A fully secular, highly inclusive social homeschool group for all ages that welcomes all families. In addition, we want plenty of opportunities for our teens (and their siblings when appropriate).”
  • Triangle Homeschoolers – Southeast Texas – “A homeschooling support group for parents in the Golden Triangle area of Southeast Texas (Beaumont, Port Arthur, Orange) and surrounding areas who are, or are interested in, homeschooling/unschooling their children.”

National Groups That May Have a Group in the Houston Area

Popular Online Options

Houston/ Texas 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.”