Homeschool Forums & Social Media
Oregon Christian Homeschoolers is a member only Yahoo group for Christian homeschoolers for the State of Oregon. Very well moderated. Request subscription by contacting the group.
"Homeschooling in Oregon" is OCEANetwork's Facebook group for Christian homeschoolers in Oregon providing various threads for support. Request to join by contacting the Facebook admin.
Greater Portland Homeschoolers is a member only Yahoo group devoted to all homeschoolers in the Portland Metro area. It is "inclusive" and "secular" and requests that religion and politics remain off list. We have found GPH helpful as the focus has remained on announcing field trips, activities, events, etc. Moderated. Request to subscribe.
FAITH At Home is a Christian based homeschool group that provides activities and a Facebook forum. Membership is free but requires a parent complete one or two activities per year. They are currently seeking new members. Request to join from the Facebook admin.
Homeschool eLink is a moderated email list for interested homeschoolers to forward and share information. It is Christian based but inclusive of anyone who wishes to share and receive wholesome information in the group. It serves the Oregon City-Molalla-Woodburn area (eastside of the I-5 corridor). To request to be added to their homeschool email loop, contact Cindy Kercher at email@example.com.
Life@Home is an OCEANetwork affiliated support group seeking to support Christian families who educate their children at home. The L@H Yahoo Forum provides a place for members to ask questions, share ideas, get to know one another, and promote events of interest to homeschoolers.
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Portland area email groups and websites is a list provided by the Oregon Home Education Network (OHEN), Oregon's secular home school group.
See our Co-Op page for our list of Christian homeschool co-ops and OCEANetwork's "Find A Support Group" for their listing of Christian groups. Most homeschool groups have their own social media for members to stay connected.