Sonoma County Homeschoolers Nonprofit
Sonoma County Homeschoolers Nonprofit (SCHN) is an inclusive, nonprofit organization that provides support to families who educate their children at home. Our goal is to develop a network between families and provide them with resources to homeschool.
How to Homeschool in California
Legal options include filing a Private School Affidavit, local independent study programs (ISP's) and homeschool charters, private school satellite programs and tutoring. Information regarding these options is available at this page, as well as links to sites which will provide you with further information about your options.
Sonoma County families have a rich diversity of homeschooling styles and philosophies. SCHN offers a support network for families and other resources to help on the journey. Here you will find others who can answer your questions about how to get started and what your options are.
A look at homeschooling activities around Sonoma County.
Sonoma County Homeschoolers Nonprofit provides support for families who educate their children at home
Homeschool Information Night
at Santa Rosa Main Library
March 6th at 6:00 p.m.
Come and meet experienced homeschooling families to learn about different philosophies and approaches, understand legal information, and have your questions answered about this increasingly popular alternative to traditional schooling.
Gain information on how to make a smooth transition from public or private school, curriculum options, learning styles, Sonoma County resources, field trips, park days, socialization, finding balance between working and learning schedules, and homeschool charter school programs or creating your own private school.
This event is free and open to the public. Older children welcome. Refreshments provided.
When: March 6, 2013
Where: Santa Rosa Main Library 211 E Street, Santa Rosa (corner of E & 3rd)
Sonoma County Homeschoolers Nonprofit is an inclusive organization providing support to families who educate their children at home. Our goal is to help families find the resources they need to homeschool, and to develop a community network to assist them.
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