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Hi! I am going to be moving to the Baltimore, Maryland area soon and I need to find some others out there! I used to live in that area and couldn't find any groups. Do any of you know of any groups out there? Thanks.
Oh, btw, my kids are pre-school age, so some groups may not be appropriate.
post #2 of 5

h.s. groups....

Hi Alison, by my name, guess you can guess where I live??? I'm more in the Annapolis area, but I do know that there is a really active h.s. group in Pasadena, MD on Rt. 2 near Baltimore. Are you anywhere near there? The only thing is that I can't remember what they're called. Ummmmm..... Try searching the internet by "homeschooling - Maryland" or something like that. They have a nice web page too, which I've been to, but just can't recall. You know, a mother's mind.... If I think of it, I'll post again. Meanwhile, feel free to e-mail me if you think I can help you.
Leslie in MD, board moderator
post #3 of 5

MARYLAND HOMESCHOOLING SUPPORT GROUPS

Here are a few HS support groups in Maryland to get you started.


Vicky mommy to Madison In CA

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Acorn Homeschooling Network*
Waldorf, MD (ph# 301-645-1693)*
Contact: Chris*
Serving Charles & So. P.G. Co.*

Arundel Homeschoolers' Support Group (AHSG), Newsletter/Directory: B. Smith, 7 Admiral Road, Severna Park MD 21146. Email: workbook@toad.net*

Arundel Homeschoolers Support Group (AHSG)*
B. Smith (410/647-5573)*
AHSG is a non-denominational Christian ministry, offering support and educational information through monthly meetings, a library, a newsletter and occasional seminars.*

Baltimore Educating at Home Network (Baltimore Metropolitan), Contact Persons: Robin Fidler, 805 Tred Avon Road, Baltimore, MD 21212*

The Bolling Area Home Educators provides support for homeschoolers living on Bolling AFB or in Washington DC, Maryland,or Virginia.*
< http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Prairie/4447/* >
mailto:smithersgm@aol.com*

CHEN - Christian Home Educators Network
< http://www.chenmd.org/* >
PO Box 2010*
Ellicott City,Maryland 21043*
chenmaster@chenmd.org*
301-474-9055*

Christian Home Schools of Western Maryland*
P.O. Box 564, Cumberland, MD 21502*

Dorchester County Home-Schooling Support Group
Located in Cambridge, Maryland
Eastern Shore
Would love to hear from other Dorchester Co. families
Contact: Bonnie Micciche
(410) 397-8584
blmicc@dmv.com

Glen Burnie Home School Support Group*
Susan Whetzel*
6514 Dolphin Ct. Glen Burnie, MD 21061*
Children range in age from four to 13, with many middle school-age children. Members are mostly in Glen Burnie, Severn and Pasadena. We are a diverse lot, some of us using Calvert, Oak Meadow, Bob Jones, the library or a combination.*

Educating Our Own, , 686 Geneva Dr, Westminster, MD 21157, 410-857-0168 or 410-848-3390*

Homeschooling Educational Ministry: The Center for Family Learning is an umbrella program. They operate in Maryland and several adjoining states. Check out their web site for an explanation of their program. < http://www.fred.net/infinity/center.html* >

Homeschooling Network of Southern Prince George's County: Contact Person: Joyce Dowling(301-868-9128) New homeschool group which meets at Davies Memorial Unitarian
Universalist Church. We meet every second Thurs. at 11:00 AM with a pot luck lunch and multi-age play while parents meet. Email: jdowling@dsport.com

Howard County Home Educators, Contact Person: Karen Koelbel Cherie Scarles, 10803 Davis Avenue, Woodstock, MD 21163, (410) 290-8213. Email: TCScouts@aol.com*

Jewish Homeschoolers of Metropolitan D.C. Area (Baltimore/Washington), Contact Person: Celia Greenberg(410/997-2950), 5488 Endicott Lane, Columbia, MD 21044. Email: celia@min.net* e-mail: cgsexton@catcc.campus.mci.net

LDS Homeschoolers*
Natalie Arey (410-544-9005)*
e-mail: BUDS2BUDS@aol.com*

Live & Learn Home Educators, Harford County, MD.*
Email: nelmod@erols.com*

The Learning Community*
9085 Flamepool Way*
Columbia, MD 21045*
410-730-0073** Manfred Smith*
homebase@erols.com*

MACHE - Maryland Association of Christian Home Educators*
Will mail you information on Home Education regulations in Maryland and a list of Support Groups.*
mache@juno.com*
P.O. Box 247*
Point of Rocks, MD 21777-0247*
Phone/Fax (301) 607-4284*

Maryland Association of Christian Home Educators*
PO Box 3964, Frederick, MD 21705 (ph# 301-663-3999)*

Maryland Home Education Assoc.*
Manfred Smith*
9085 Flamepool Way*
Columbia, MD 21045*
410-730-0073*
e-mail: homebase@erols.com*

Maryland/Pennsylvania Home Educators*
(Mason-Dixon area)*
PO Box 67*
Shrewsbury, PA 17361*
(717) 993-3603 or 993-2962*

Montgomery Co Support Group*
26824 Howard Chapel Dr*
Damascus, 20872-1247*
301-253-5467*

Montgomery Home Learning Network, Martine Palmiter, 14220 Dennington Place, Rockville, MD 20850. Email: Gyvate@juno.com*

Montgomery Homeschool Resource Group*
Mary Dixon(Upper Montgomery Co.) (301) 975-9531*
Martine Palmiter(Lower Montgomery Co.), 301-871-6431; ML Brei, 301-897-5289*

North County Home Educators*http://www.iqcweb.com/fun/
In Anne Arundel County, "open to anyone interested in homeschooling"*
Nancy Greer (410/360-7330) 210-8942@MCImail.com*
1688 Belhaven Woods Court*
Pasadena, MD 21122-3727*
Ruth Mayer (410) 437-5109*
AREMAYER@aol.com*
< http://members.aol.com/FUNNews/nche.htm >

North County Home Educators*
303 Royale Drive, Baltimore, MD 21226*

Parents for Home Education*
13020 Blairmore Street, Beltsville, MD 20705*

Prince George's Home Learning Network, Contact Persons: Sydney Jacobs, 2302 Lackawanna Street, Adelphi, MD 20783 or Jacqui Walpole, 3730 Marlbrough Way, College Park MD 20740. Email: sjacobs@CapAccess.org Email: walpole@wam.umd.edu
Jacqui Walpole, 301-935-5456; Sydney Jacobs: 301-431-1838*

Southern Maryland Homeschool Assoc.*
464 Avon Court, Friendship, MD 20758*
Legal info: Maryland is doing fine, legal situation: calm*
Dues $20/year - 55 families are members - Located Southern Anne Arundel County, all of Calvert County. http://members.tripod.com/SoMdHomeSchool

Traditions of Roman Catholic Homeschoolers (TORCH) open to all not just Catholic homeschoolers.
< http://www.geocities.com/Wellesley/1131/* >
1700 New Hampton Lane, Woodstock, MD 21163*
Katie Torrey (410) 437-9507*
e-mail: 71055.1434@compuserve.com
Has support groups in the following Maryland counties: Anne Arundel, Baltimore (Catonsville, Towson), Carroll (Westminster), Harford, Howard, and Talbot.*

WCFS - Walkersville Christian Family Schools
< http://www.wcfs.edu/ >
Maryland's oldest Christian home school support group*
4 West Main St.*
Thurmont, MD 21788-1824*
(301) 271-0123*
info@wcfs.edu

Washington County Homeschoolers Association*
Rt. #9 Box 171, Hagerstown, MD 21740*
Contact: Tom and Carol Hunsberger*

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post #4 of 5

just remembered....

Alison, after reading the great post above, I recalled the group that I heard was really good - North County Educators. I've heard of the Learning Community too, but it's pricey. I'm in MACHE and I have lots of friends in Arundel Homeschoolers. Let us know when you move!
Leslie in MD, board moderator
post #5 of 5

The Book thing in Baltimore--free books

I just came across this! Free books for those who live in Baltimore City.

Vicky mommy to Madison

< http://www.bookthing.org/ >

If you live in the Baltimore, Washington DC area, there is a free book
store at the corner of Charles and 27th streets in Baltimore City. It
is open from 9:00 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
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