Wisconsin Support Groups


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

Dodge County Home Educators, 755 East Center Street, Juneau, WI 53039; Noel Eedy, 920-386-0387

Educating Children thru Homeschool Opportunities (ECHO of Southeastern Wisconsin)Diane Rodencal, Welcoming Committee Representative, Waukesha, WI 53186, drodencal-at-wi.rr.com, https://www.homeschool-life.com/sysfiles/member/ Laws: http://www.homeschooling-wpa.org/

Fond du Lac Homeschool Association, Kay Murre, fdlhsa-at-gmail.com, 920-921-5999

Holy Family Homeschoolers Catholic homeschoolers in the Diocese of Madison, Wisconsin, http://www.homeschool-life.com/wi/hfh

HOME, 5745 Bittersweet Pl, Madison, WI 53705; Alison McKee, 608-238-3302

Home Educated Children’s Group(HECGroup) home.edcg-at-gmail.com, www.hecg.robertcity.com

Marshfield Area Home Educators (MAHE) Laura Kulp, MAHE website, WI 54484 http://www.maheworld.com

Menomonie Area Homeschool Group (MAHG), Rebecca Kilde, Member, 523 Cedar, Menomonie, WI 54751, 715-772-4565, rebkilde-at-wwt.net, Luisa Gerasimo, 715-235-5289

Ozaukee County Homeschoolers, Tomi Fay Forbes, WI, 262-377-5984, tomifay-at-yahoo.com, www.homeschool-life.com/wi/ozaukee

Rock Valley Home School Group (RVHSG) Liz Kasprzak, Janesville, WI, 608-563-0327, music4utoo-at-charter.net, www.rvhsg.rockriverconsulting.com

Sacred Heart Homeschoolers (SHH) JANE VOEGELI, Madison, Wisconsin, and Dane County areas,

WI  http://www.homeschool-life.com/wi/shh/

The Kinnickinnic Valley Home Educators, River Falls, WI, http://groups.yahoo.com/group/kinnicsgroup/

Unschooling Families (UF),Cindy Duckert, co-founder,1908 N.Clark St., Appleton,WI 54911, 920-735-9832, duckert-at-focol.org, www.focol.org/homeschl

Waukesha Area Homeschoolers,Waukesha, WI 53186, Karie,wahmember-at-gmail.com,http://www.wahsweb.kariesweb.robertcity.com/

Wisconsin LDS Homeschoolers(WI-LDS-HS)Contact) Karie, WI, 53188 Karing4MyKids-at-tds.net, groups.yahoo.com/group/WI-LDS-HS/

Wisconsin Parents Association, http://homeschooling-wpa.org/

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