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This Missouri homeschool support groups listing was compiled by Home Education Magazine, with the assistance of the listed groups, to support homeschooling families in their communities.

Blue Springs Area Homeschoolers (BSAH) Katie Branson, Moderator, Blue Springs, MO 64015, 816-224-4589, bshomeschoolers-at-gmail.com

Home School Families of Greater St. Louis; Rachael La Rock, mommybelly-at-yahoo.com

Homeschool Organization for Midwest Educators, Lesa Verbick, info-at-athomeresources.org, 816-233-3440 www.athomeresources.org

Let Education Always Remain Natural, (LEARN), 1900 NW 76th St., Kansas City, MO 64151; Kelly Wilson, 816-918-8979; kwilson898-at-aol.com, http://www.kclearn.org; Kriss Miller, 816-695-5511, krissmoose-at-sbcglobal.net

Raymore Home Educators, (RHE), Raymore, MO; Lisa Ramsey, rhesecretary-at-gmail.com, http://raymorehomeschool.com/

Springfield Secular Home Educators, Springfield, MO, Springfieldsechomeed-at-yahoo.com, http://www.groups.yahoo.com/group/Springfieldsechomeed

St Louis Homeschool Network, 3862 Flora Place, St Louis, MO 63110; Regina Till, 314-664-5566; regtill-at-swbell.net

St. Louis Secular Homeschoolers Co-op, , St. Louis, MO; Sandra Spaeth, 314-781-5640; Romy Napolitano, 696-441-0708, renaequinn-at-hotmail.com and pschneiderjohn-at-hotmail.com

South Kansas City Home Educators(SKCHE) Rhonda Langley, Leader, Kansas City, MO 64137, 816-765-6017, langleyebay-at-kc.rr.com http://groups.yahoo.com/group/skche/

Springfield Home Educ.: Learning for a Lifetime (SHELL), Donna Culbertson, member, Springfield, MO, shellinmo-at-yahoo.com, http://groups.yahoo.com/group/shellinmo/

The HomeSchooler’s Network (HSN), Lea Ann Piercy, Chairman, Administrative Board of Advisors, 311 East Newman Raod, Joplin,MO,64801,417-626-1292

Vanzant Home Schoolers, Tonya Stout, RR 1 Box 163 Vanzant(Douglas County/Vanzant/ Mtn. Grove), MO. 65768, jtstout-at-centurytel.net

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