Email Groups and Websites
This is a secular and inclusive homeschool support group for all ages. This is an active, in-person, social homeschool group, available for families who are interested in actively participating in such a group.
Facebook Page: Canby Area Homeschoolers
Clark County Home Educators
CCHE’s mission is to assist parents in making an informed choice about homeschooling, facilitate community awareness of homeschooling, and to offer annual events, support, and resources to all who are homeschooling. CCHE desires to glorify God in all that we do, promoting freedom for all homeschoolers. As an organization, CCHE is consistently and forthrightly Christian in all of its activities and publications. However, members are not required to agree with our Statement of Faith.
Facebook Page: Clark County Home Educators
Clark County Homeschool Moms
A place for Clark County homeschoolers to share stories, questions, information & curriculum with one another!
Facebook Page: Clark County Homeschool Moms
Clark County Homeschool Teens
An inclusive social group for homeschooled youth, ages 12 and up, who reside in Clark County. Participating families and youth take turns organizing social events for the group. Most activities will be held every other Saturday evening throughout the year, starting at 6:00 PM, and including dinner. Alternative times may be scheduled in order to participate in community events such as plays, concerts, fairs, or special exhibits. This group is for mature teens who socialize well with other youth. Chaperones will be present at all events; however, their job will be to ensure safety, not enforce discipline.
Eastside Homeschool Network (EHN)
A free, inclusive homeschool network, open to all ages of homeschoolers. Utilize this network to announce activities, ask questions, offer support, share ideas, build community, or anything else related to homeschooling, parenting or child rearing! Our networking area focuses on the far eastside of the Portland Metro Area.
The website is no longer active, but its companion Facebook page is still active for anyone who wants to host / organize an event for homeschool students in the ECHO – Greater Portland/Vancouver and Metro area.
Facebook Page: ECHO – East County Homeschool Org Events
Estacada Home Education
An email discussion list for homeschoolers in Estacada to promote community, plan field trips and local activities, and announce relevant news.
ExCEL Academic League (EXplore, Create, Enjoy, Learn)
A non-profit organization which gives homeschooled students opportunities to participate in group activities. A weekly co-op offers a variety of classes that enhance the core education the students receive at home. We also organize a variety of nationally sanctioned academic competitions and teams such as Science Bowl, National Geographic Bee, Word Power Challenge and Science Olympiad. Vancouver and Portland area.
Greater Portland Homeschoolers
Greater Portland Homeschoolers is a non-profit, participant-driven support group of homeschooling families run like a cooperative. GPH welcomes families of all backgrounds and philosophies. GPH runs an email mailing list for GPH members. Subscribers post announcements of field trips, activities, workshops, parties, performing arts, other learning opportunities and social events.
Home Grown Family Education
The Home Grown Loop is a cyber extension of our physical support group. We welcome new members to get to know us by attending a class, activity, field trip, or mom’s meeting. We are an inclusive group of homeschool families in the 99E/I-205 corridor, largely Clackamas County. Our group is a place where we can support each other, ask for advice, and share resources and our experiences in all aspects of homeschooling.
Want to connect with other homeschooling families in Oregon City? The Homeschool Network is a chance for homeschool kids to hang out together while their parents share educational resources, tips, and ideas. Every 3rd Friday of the month. A staff member will be present to provide educational library resources as needed during the program.
Homeschoolers in Portland
Membership is open to all home and unschooling families in and around Portland, Oregon, regardless of religious or political beliefs, homeschooling style, or ages of children. The goal of this list is to provide a space for all Portland area homeschoolers to find and lend support, advice, and ideas, to connect with others, post stories or links that may be of interest to other homeschoolers, offer curriculum, tutoring, etc., vent, share, and hopefully gain a laugh or two along the way.
Facebook Page: Homeschoolers in Portland
LearnEducate and Play (LEAP)
A small group of relaxed homeschoolers located in Washington County who get together for field trips, crafts, and games – giving parents a chance to socialize and kids a chance to play, connect, and make friends with other children in the area. Come discuss topics of interest, and help plan group projects and outings.
Portland Homeschool Connection
This group is for families who are either homeschooling or considering homeschooling children over the age of 10. The main purpose of this group is to work together as a group to help our children find new ways of socializing. This group is not open to businesses or persons without at least one child over the age of 10.
Facebook Page: Portland Homeschool Connection
This is a group for families in the Portland area who are unschooling. Unschooling does not begin with a parent’s notion of what is important to learn and then tu the choices of how to learn the content over to a child; rather, it begins with the child’s natural curiosity and expands from there. Unschooling is not “instruction free” learning. Unschoolers often do no traditional school work, yet they do learn traditional subject matter as a natural extension of exploring their own personal interests.
Facebook Page: Portland Unschoolers
Sandy Homeschool Hub
Provides a forum for Sandy area homeschool families to connect for friendship, encouragement, shared learning opportunities and for sharing homeschool information. Everyone interested in homeschooling is invited to participate; however, any posts that are overtly hostile toward Christianity or generally offensive to the group will be deleted. All members are invited to plan events and activities, and to participate in those offered by others.
Facebook Page: Sandy Area Homeschoolers
School at Home Adventures
Fun and educational field trips for all families who school at home!
Vancouver, WA, Portland, OR and all the surrounding areas. Everyone is welcome to post to the Facebook page, so please feel free to share information about activities or events you come across that you think would be of interest to homeschooling/unschooling families.
Facebook Page: School at Home Adventures
Secular Homeschoolers of Portland, Oregon
Join this group of secular homeschoolers living in Portland, OR, who homeschool without a belief in supreme beings. Share curriculum ideas, create events, discuss issues (this can include subjects NOT pertaining to homeschooling), and make friends!
Facebook Page: Secular Homeschoolrs of Portland
Secular Life Learners of Clackamas County
Secular Life Learners of Clackamas County is a think tank and networking group where secular homeschooling / unschooling / alt-schooling families in the Clackamas County area can connect with like minded friends and families. This group is intended for families currently living in the CLACKAMAS county area who are homeschooling or hoping to do so in the near future 🙂
Facebook Page: Secular Life Learners of Clackamas County
Southwest Washington Homeschoolers
This inclusive group is for all homeschooling families in Southwest Washington State wanting to stay connected to events happening in our area. It is also for sharing ideas & support in homeschooling.
Tualatin Area Homeschoolers
This is a resource to meet and set up public playdates. Anyone can post a get together on this group. It can be open to anyone, or have guidelines based on age or needs.
Facebook Page: Tualatin Area Homeschoolers
Westside Homeschool Active Teens (WHAT)
Westside Homeschool Active Teens (WHAT) is a social activity club for homeschooled/unschooled teens and older tweens based in the West Side of the greater Portland, Oregon area.
Portland Parks and Recreation offers a variety of physical and learning opportunities. Searching with the keywords “homeschool” and “home school” may bring up some, but not necessarily all of the relevant classes.
https://apm.activecommunities.com/portlandparksMultnomah County Library
Multnomah County Library is committed to serving all families in Multnomah County, including families schooling their children at home. Includes booklist, programs, and services offered by the library, and links.
Ledding Library in Milwaukie
The Ledding Library offers programs for homeschoolers 5 and up on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of most months.
Libraries in Clackamas County (LINCC)
Click on the Online Resources tab on the left menu to visit the LINCC databases segregated into age appropriate groups. Contact your local Reference or Children’s Librarian to receive training on using databases.
Washington County Cooperative Library Services (WCCLS)
Your Washington County library card gives you free, 24/7 access to thousands of full-text online magazines, newspapers, journals, images, audiobooks, reference books, and more, including homeschool-specific resources.