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el pasoEl Paso home education resources is a listing  homeschool support group, homeschool classes, homeschool sports, homeschool clubs and tutors to great ideas for local field trip in the El Paso area of Texas.

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 El Paso, Texas.

Support Groups and Co-Ops:

El Paso Homeschool Educators

El Paso Homeschool Educators(ELPHE) mission is to share information, aid in education growth opportunity and reinforcement for homeschool families and all interested parties. We work collectively to plan and integrate activities for homeschooled children. ELPHE is a not-for-profit made up of volunteers and does not employ anyone. ELPHE does not discriminate against race creed, color, nationality, or religious beliefs.

El Paso Homeschool Association

To reach families in El Paso and the surrounding areas in order to educate and encourage the option of home education. We do this by connecting families to local, state and national organizations that advocate for education rights as well as hosting the only homeschool conference in El Paso Texas.

El Paso Lil’Petite Homeschool Co-Op

Our group purpose is to unite Christian families and help with academics core subjects and set events for different activities for our homeschool children.


El Paso Liberty Home School Network

We are a child-centered group dedicated to providing support and information for all homeschool families regardless of race, religion, teaching methods or learning styles through planned social, academic, and extracurricular activities.

Fort Bliss Homeschool Association

Our group offers a support system for military families who homeschool. We service the Fort Bliss and El Paso communities. We offer monthly field trips, seasonal parties, play dates, home school 101, curriculum swaps/fairs, science fairs, mom’s night out, and co-op. This group is for military i. d. card holders and families who home school only.

Secular Homeschoolers of El Paso

Secular Homeschoolers of El Paso group is open to all homeschoolers, regardless of race, creed, core belief system, basic motivation for home/unschooling, hair color, marital status, gender, favorite color, etc., who share an interest in home/unschooling children in the El Paso and the surrounding area. Its purpose is to share homeschooling experiences, suggestions, and encouragement.

Vista Hills Homeschool Ministry

is basically “two fat women on a mission from God.  A group of Christian (and even some non-Christian) women who love and support one another, pool resources and pray in earnest for one another.


El Paso Liberty Resources

El Paso Wild Things Club

Far East El Paso Homeschoolers

West El Paso Homeschoolers

El Paso Wild and Free Group

El Paso Homeschool PE

Special Needs Homeschooling

Homeschool Sports Groups:


Clubs, Scouts, Speech & Debate, Etc.:

EPCC Dual Credit Program Contact:

El Paso Homeschool Science Fair

El Paso Christian Panther Athletics

Academies, Classes, Tutors & Stores:


Local Field Trip Ideas:

For Current Activities in El Paso, check out Visit El Paso

Chuck Heinrich Park  in the NE has several trails easily accessible right behind the playground area.
Tin Mines is one (we have never gone even close to the whole way)
Franklin Mountains State Park has several trails right off of Transmountain on westside.  There is a short nature loop,
*Aztec Caves Trail is pretty easy except for a short piece into the cave where short legs have a bit more trouble but can definitly do it,
*Sunset Trail isn’t very hard, and there are several other trailheads right there I just haven’t been on then.
*There is a short Nature Loop w chihuahuas desert plants behind the museum of archaeology on Transmountain  Highway at 54.
Rio Bosque Wetlands Park in Lower valley has a very easy flat trail w lots of opportunities for seeing birds and a variety of plants
Valley Creek Park in the upper valley has a great bike path and area good for exploring in the upper valley.
There is a trail or two off of McKelligan Canyon but they are a bit harder.  My husband has taken some kids up a short distance to a small cave you can see from the end of the parking area.
There is also the Chihuahua Desert Museum at Utep that has a short trail with an awesome variety of desert plants to see.
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