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Vision: A community of empowered homeschooling families transformed by the love, grace, and mercy.

Mission: To provide opportunities, ensure access, and secure resources that empower underserved families as home educators.

Goals:

  • Establish a network of academic, administrative, and financial resources supporting homeschool support groups.

  • Ensure access, provide opportunities, and secure resources for parent-led home education.

  • Provide a unified protective voice for parental rights and educational autonomy.

  • Partner with families, learning communities, churches, academia, and educational advocacy organizations to grow the homeschooling movement in Georgia.

  • Create an  ecosystem of social entrepreneurs and edu-preneurs that provide sustainable academic and emotional support to families.

Collaborators

DeKalb Christian Home Educators is a Christ-centered, parent-led homeschool cooperative offering classes, extracurricular clubs, family centric fieldtrips, academic showcases, and social event.

We offer a Christian Classical Education approach with a-la-carte activities for Pre-K to high school.  We feature Bible Quiz teams and offer a dual enrollment cohort with Colorado Christian University.

EPIC Homeschool Network is a non-profit  multicultural homeschool community with a goal to help families homeschool with confidence and clarity. They offer scholarships, weekly Homeschool Hangouts, monthly field trips, parent webinars, and classes

Our mission is to “create critical thinkers, not mere reflectors of other men’s thoughts” (E.G. White).

Northeast Independent Preparatory Academy (NIPA) is a “center for home education” (grades 9–12) accredited by the Georgia Accrediting Commission (GAC). NIPA consists of an association of parents who work together to provide professional scholastic recognition for our home-schooled students, resulting in diplomas for its graduates that are recognized by the State of Georgia.  


2023 Past Events

2023 Homeschool Conference

This 2-day hybrid conference aims to equip, energize, and encourage Black homeschooling families and highlight diverse pathways to educational freedom. 

Why Now? : The pandemic forced 9 million students home for remote education. According to the Census in 2019, 3.3 percent of Black families were home-schooling by the fall of 2020, the population increased to 16.1 percent. Now, a growing 16% of homeschooling families are Black. Thus, our homeschool community is "flourishing." This population growth is a response to institutionalized racism, culturally insensitive curriculum, disproportionate use of punitive practices, and implicit bias that marginalizes intellect. This community of parents desire to nurture their students' minds with a worldview that uses literature, STEM, history, and experiences to provide a positive and accurate image.

WORKSHOPS:

LUNCH & LEARN SESSIONS:

DISCUSSION PANELS:

TEEN TRACK PROGRAMMING:

  • Can You Handle It?: Of course, you can! We know life is coming at you fast. Join this workshop for tips and tools to help you focus, prioritize, and manage your life. Presenter: Dr. Monique Gadson 

  • R.O.O.T.E.D: Whose and Who You Are: What’s your story? What does it say about your life and future? Are you the hero or the villain in it? Who’s the author? Join this interactive and informative workshop on discovering personal identity and building your narrative. Presenter: Chanel Moore

  • Beauty & Brokenness: Ever feel anxious, stressed, or overwhelmed? Do you sometimes feel you have to be perfect? Ever struggle to navigate or share those feelings with others? This mental health & faith workshop is for you! Learn how to navigate and advocate for your mental, spiritual, and physical well-being. Presenter: Dr. Onnie Poe

  • Free Indeed: Freedom can be dangerous. Any liberty presents the possibility of peril. How can we learn to use our freedom in ways that improve our lives and the lives of others? Join this workshop to get real about liberty and accountability. Presenter: Sterling Johnson

2023 Exhibitors & Sponsors

DONTAE: Ways to Support

Register to become a sponsor at https://omella.com/hgzhk.

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Text-to-GIVE: Text "Homeschool" to 53-555

Send a Check: You can write a check payable to: Georgia Black Home Educators Network, 3877 Thornbury Court, Stonecrest, GA 30038

Send a Wire Transfer: DeKalb Christian Home Educators, Inc. dba Georgia Black Home Educators is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Tax ID:26-09058090