Virginia Resources

Here is a homeschooling resource page that contains information on legal requirements, frequently asked questions, statistics regarding homeschooling, and support groups for the state of Virginia.

There are many sources of information and resources available to homeschoolers, including libraries, local public schools and other educational institutions, government agencies, nonprofit institutions, and other homeschoolers. Parents can also find guidance in books, magazines, and newsletters.

Virginia Homeschoollink verified[Oct 10]
Home Educators Are Restoring Their Heritagelink verified[Oct 10]
Home Educators’ Association of Virginialink verified[Oct 10]
Hampton Homeschoollink verified[Oct 10]
Virginia Eclectic Homeschoolerslink verified[Oct 10]
Virginia Homeschoolers Announcementslink verified[Oct 10]
Virginia Homeschoolers Chatlink verified[Oct 10]
Nova Unschoolerslink verified[Oct 10]
Homeschool Friends in Virginialink verified[Oct 10]
TJEd Friends in Virginialink verified[Oct 10]
Charlotte Mason Friends in Virginialink verified[Oct 10]
Richmond Area Homeschoolerslink verified[Oct 10]
Secular Tidewater Virginia Homeschoollink verified[Oct 10]
Chesterfield Home Educators of Virginialink verified[Oct 10]
REACH Group Homeschoollink verified[Oct 10]

Please Note: (1) NetHomeschool.Com does not specifically endorse each individual homeschooling support site that may be listed on this page. These sites are provided solely as a convenience in locating homeschooling information. It is up to each individual family to determine the appropriateness of the material provided at each site for their own personal use. (2) Because each state regulates homeschooling differently, parents should examine local laws (and also consult with other homeschoolers in the area) before starting to homeschool. (3) Should you find broken links or information that is inaccurate, please contact us.

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