New Jersey Homeschooling Resources
Please Note: We are only listing statewide groups at this time. Local support group listings have been removed. Please use the statewide links to access information about groups for your area.
New Jersey Department of Education
PO Box 500
Trenton, NJ 08625-0500
State Department of Education Website
State Information About Homeschooling
Homeschooling Law Links
- Legal FAQ
Provided by the New Jersey Homeschool Association.
Support Group Links
Alliance of Home Educators
P.O. Box 379
Contacts: Kathleen Iuzzolino- Email Address
AHE is a Judeo-Christian-based, not-for-profit, educational organization striving for the alliance of all home educators through networking and providing AHE programs to enhance the educational opportunities for home-educated children.
AHE is an event organization with 18 Affiliate Groups. Visit our
website at http://www.geocities.com/ahe_nj.
Educational Excellence--School and Home (EE-SAH)
Contacts: Patti Bryden- Email Address
A statewide NJ Homeschool Network serving a diverse cultural, ethnic, religious, and socio-economic population. Although our families live throughout NJ, our weekly gatherings are usually in Union County, NJ. Our mission is to facilitate: (1) positive social interaction; (2) structured, education-oriented activities; and (3) joyful sports, crafts, and play among well behaved children (Birth through 12th Grade). Please note: This is NOT a support group for parents. EE-SAH exists for super kids that want and deserve super friends. Great manners and kindness are a must for all participating children and parents. EE-SAH is widely known as the "No Bullies, No Brats, and No Braggarts Network."
Educational Network Of Christian Homeschoolers of
Atlantic Highlands ,
Contacts: Office Manager- Email Address
President - Email Address
ENOCH of NJ is a non-profit volunteer organization whose goals are:
South Jersey Homeschoolers
1239 Whitaker Ave.
Contacts: Rose Sias- Email Address
"The South Jersey Homeschoolers Support Group assists parents in restoring the lost art of teaching their own children."
The South Jersey Homeschool Support Group is about "religious, political and homeschool style diversity". We have no preference to religion, political or homeschooling style. We don't promote one over another and it does not mean that we eliminate all reference to them. We learn to appreciate every families differences because there is no "one right way" to homeschool. Our meetings are the second Friday of each month (Sept. - June) at The Loyle Lanes Bowling Alley on Rt. 47 - Delsea Drive, Vineland (Cumberland County). The time is 12 noon till 2 p.m. Children have supervised bowling. You are welcome to come out and see, if we meet your needs.
Websites of Interest for This State