Giving your child a well rounded education is a common goal for most families. With these resources your child can enjoy sports, arts, fun and other social interactions.
Whether you are new to home education or a veteran, we hope this is a blessing to your research for homeschool resources in Tyler, Texas.
Support Groups and Co-ops
The purpose of the Tyler (Texas) Area Christian Home Educators Association is threefold. 1. To provide a support group for parents and others involved and/or interested in teaching their children and to encourage the high standard of educational excellence throughout all the membership. 2. To provide an environment for our families to interact and participate in activities with other families who are in agreement with our Statement of Faith and have agreed to abide by the standards set forth in our Bylaws. 3. To further the appreciation of home schooling in the community through education and media communication.
Homeschool Inclusive Partnership of Tyler (HIP) supports homeschoolers in the Northeast Texas area. We are a secular inclusive group, meaning we have no religious affiliation but are open to all belief systems. This is a space for tolerance of other points of view. We have field trips, play dates,and other activities and are looking forward to new ideas and new friends!
“Through the guidance of the Holy Family of Nazareth, Holy Hearts Catholic Homeschoolers of East Texas is an association of lay faithful, Roman Catholic homeschooling parents established to promote and support those families who are engaged in providing their children? s religious, academic, moral, cultural, and social formation.”
Venture is a homeschool ministry of Calvary Baptist Church in Tyler, TX, that partners with East Texas families to assist them in the homeschool education of their students. We seek to glorify God through service by inspiring and equipping others to boldly stand for truth with Christ-like character.
Our purpose is to glorify God through providing Christian Home School families the opportunity to participate in organized competitive sports at the Middle School and High School Level.
Homeschool Clubs, Scouts, Speech and Debate, etc.
Club 415 is open to 12 – 18 year-old home-schooled students who want to improve their communication skills through speech and debate. Student families must be TACHE members, or willing to join TACHE. We meet weekly during tournament season for practice and refinement.