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Join us as we explore homeschooling in North Carolina. You'll find support groups, teaching tips, stories of successful homeschoolers, events, discussions of homeschooling methods, and much, much more.


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School was the unhappiest time of my life and the worst trick it ever played on me was to pretend that it was the world in miniature. For it hindered me from discovering how lovely and delightful and kind the world can be, and how much of it is intelligible.
E.M. Forester   

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Parents Educating at Home (PEAH)
Parents Educating at Home (PEAH) has as its goal to network with businesses and organizations to raise the awareness of home schooling in the community. They work to manage and communicate discounts and savings that home schooling families can receive as well as continually work to obtain additional discounts both nationally and locally on behalf of the homeschooling community. In order to become a member, you must pay a fee.
Kids who go to school don't homeschool in the summer
Penelope Trunk
Penelope Trunk discusses the idea of whether or not a student who attends typical school during the school year is then homeschooled by their attentive parents in the summer.
ยง 115C-549. Standardized testing requirements.
Each private church school or school of religious charter shall administer, at least once in each school year, a nationally standardized test or other nationally standardized equivalent measurement selected by the chief administrative officer of such school, to all students enrolled or regularly attending grades three, six and nine. The nationally standardized test or other equivalent measurement selected must measure achievement in the areas of English grammar, reading, spelling and mathematics. Each school shall make and maintain records of the results achieved by its students. For one year after the testing, all records shall be made available, subject to G.S. 115C-174.13, at the principal office of such school, at all reasonable times, for annual inspection by a duly authorized representative of the State of North Carolina.
Single Mom Homeschooling
Meet three homeschooling moms who are single, who homeschool, and who are not only living to tell about it, but are doing it well.
Charlotte Mason eLEARN (CMeLEARN)
CMeLEARN (Charlotte Mason eLEARN) is a homeschool group serving families in the Greater Charlotte area, composed of Christian families who welcome anyone interested in learning about the Charlotte Mason philosophy of education. CMeLEARN offers an ongoing study of Charlotte Mason for teachers using various resources.

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