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

Carolina Home Educators Family Support (CHEFS) Chrisynda Samuel, Secretary, PO Box 322, Cheraw, SC 29520-0322, (843) 537-9463, admin-at-chefsgroup.org, www.chefsgroup.org

Carolina Homeschooler, PO Box 1421, Lancaster,, SC 29721, editor-at-carolinahomeschooler.com, http://www.carolinahomeschooler.com/

Christian Homeschooler’s Association of South Eastern South Carolina, (CHASE SC), PO Box 58, Ruffin, SC 29475, 843-866-7208, chasesc-at-chasesc.com, http://www.chasesc.com

Christian Home Educators of Laurens County, (CHELC), 2562 Bellview Church Road, Laurens, SC 29360; Judy Hunnicutt, 864-682-7281, hunnibess5-at-backroads.net, http://www.chelc.net

Crusaders Homeschool Group (Crusaders), Adrie Johnson, Director, 5085 Old Church Rd, Lancaster, SC 29720, adrie-at-quixnet.net , www.CrusadersHomeschoolGroup.org

Eastover Homeschoolers, Stephanie Becknell, Eastover, SC, 803-353-8167, TAT191-at-aol.com, http://www.groups.yahoo.com/group/Eastover-homeschoolers

Inclusive Network of Columbia Homeschoolers, (INCH), Columbia, SC, info-at-inch-homeschool.com

Network of Inclusive Coastal Home Educators, (N.I.C.H.E.), photo6keiki-at-sc.rr.com, http://photo6keiki.tripod.com/NICHE/

Spartanburg Homeschoolers, 365 Wadsworth Rd., Spartanburg, SC 29301, Susan Ledford, 864-576-5856

Special Homeschoolers – SC Support, http://groups.yahoo.com/group/SpecialHomeschoolers/

T.O.R.C.H. Morning Star, 434 Channel Creek Ct, Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464, Michelle Shahid, 843 881-2451

Together In Education and Support, (T.I.E.S.); Stephanie, selaacademy-at-netzero.net, http://hometown.aol.com/riverswampsouth/myhomepage/business.html

Upstate Homeschoolers Unlimited, (UHU), Greenville, SC; Priss1000-at-aol.com, http://groups.yahoo.com/group/UpstateHomeschoolersUnlimited/, Summoon-at-aol.com

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