Abilene home education resources is a listing of all things homeschool in the Abilene area. We cover everything from homeschool support groups, classes, sports, clubs and tutors to great ideas for local field trips. We hope this is a blessing to your research for homeschool resources in Abilene.
Support Groups and Co-Ops:
Covering 10 counties and serving 25 cities, BCHE is comprised of 170 families and serves more than 400 children. We look forward to working with you in enriching your home school experience.
For homeschool families of school aged children interested in participating in Friday School (local 1/2 day parent-led schoolage and sibling co-op in Abilene Tx).
Homeschool Sports Groups:
To provide competitive, amateur sports programs for home educated students living in Abilene and surrounding Big Country
* To model Christ-like sportsmanship in EVERY aspect of this program.
* To develop opportunities for Christian witness in practice and competition.
* To strive for team excellence that results in winning games and most importantly playing games well.
Clubs, Scouts, Speech & Debate, Etc.:
Homeschool Honor Society: Rho Lambda Chapter Sabrina Elliott
Academies, Classes, Tutors & Stores:
Local Field Trip Ideas:
The Grace Museum houses three museums in the historic Hotel Grace — an art museum featuring five gallery spaces, a historical museum and a state-of-the-art children’s museum.
Abilene State Park, southwest of Abilene, in Taylor County, is among a low range of hills called the Callahan Divide, in the extreme western portion of North Central Texas. Original park construction was done by the Civilian Conservation Corps (C.C.C.) in the early 1930’s. A portion of the official Texas longhorn herd and one buffalo are located on site. Comanches frequented what is now the park, using the groves of native pecan trees as campgrounds, much like the present park’s picnic area. Abilene State Park Activities: The park offers camping, hiking, nature study, swimming (summer), picnicking, fishing in Buffalo Wallow Pond in the park and nearby Lake Abilene, and biking and walking on park roads. Interpretive Programs: Held both on and off site. Nature trail tours are given upon request. Call the park for more information.