Need information about homeschooling in South Carolina? We’re here to help! The links at the top of this page will explain how to get started homeschooling, keep required records, learn about different methods and resources, and help you deal with problems you may encounter along the way.
You’ll also find more information about Carolina Homeschooler membership, our trips and events, and fundraising projects such as collecting Box Tops and Tyson Labels, and an affiliation with Amazon) that help us lower the cost of our trips.
So make yourself comfortable as you browse and let me know if you have any questions.
Need an association to comply with South Carolina homeschool laws?
We provide accountability services for SC homeschoolers as required by law. We have an interactive online community for students and parents, and coordinate field trips, events, camps, and retreats for our members. Whether you Join us to comply with SC’s “third option” homeschool law, or just want to take advantage of our online (and offline) community and events, we hope you’ll consider joining us!
Interested in our trips, but don’t live in South Carolina?
Many of the resources at this site aren’t specific to SC, and you can still participate in many of our group trips without becoming a member. If you want to become a member to join us for our online (and offline) educational community, that’s fine, too. We’d love to have you with us!
Want to connect with other homeschooling families?
Join us in our forums to meet other families, talk about homeschooling, share resources, discuss our trips, and connect with other homeschoolers in your area!
Need more information about homeschooling?
More information about homeschool methods, schedules, testing, handling problems, keeping records, curriculum reviews, descriptions of typical days, and practical advice from hundreds of experienced homeschoolers is available in my book, Homeschooling Essentials: A Practical Guide to Getting Started.
It’s available in paperback, ebook, and audiobook from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Audible.
(Read Amber’s review on the Raising Adventurers Blog.)