WHO Region 10
The following groups or individuals have contacted WHO offering their local support groups or co-ops for homeschoolers. This is the only way WHO finds out about local support. So, if you are a member of a group, and your group is not listed on our web site, please tell us about your group and we will update our list. Email Homeschool Support with your information, group details, and please include county or region. We would also appreciate notification of changes in your group, such as new contact people. Please note that this page is for support groups, if you have an actual business, we have advertising opportunities on our website. Thank you.
Inclusion on these lists does not represent an endorsement or recommendation by WHO.
WHO Contact Information
ACTS Homeschool Group- South campus, (meets in Tacoma)
ACTS Homeschool Group exists to glorify God by providing support, encouragement, and opportunities to homeschooling families.
Fall co-op tour dates:
Friday, September 28th 10:45am
Friday, October 19th 10:45am
Friday, November 16th 10:45am
Please RSVP to Holly at email@example.com
Christian Co op (Tacoma)
We meet at Our Savior Lutheran Church in Tacoma. Our start date is Monday Sept. 30th. We would love for families to come and join us.
Contact: Mandy Biddulph – firstname.lastname@example.org
Classical Conversations of Tacoma
Serving Pierce County
Contact: Amy Wilson – email@example.com
Classical Conversations of Sumner
Contact: Rachelle Mobley – firstname.lastname@example.org
Eatonville Leadership Academy (Graham)
Girl Scouts gives girls in K-12th grade access to life-changing experiences that inspire them to do something big. Each Girl Scout designs fun and challenging activities that empower her to discover her world and herself, connect with others, and take action to make the world a better place. Annual membership is only $15. Financial assistance is available for optional materials such as uniforms, books, workshops, etc.
Visit our website at: www.GirlScoutsWW.org
Contact us at: 800-541-9852 – email@example.com
HSA Pierce Co. (Homeschoolers’ Support Association)
HSA – Teen Scene (Burien, Enumclaw, Federal Way, Renton, Issaquah, Pierce Co)
This group is created by Teens for Teens with our parents help. We meet to play games, watch movies, go hiking, learn together, and go on field trips.
Contact: HSATeens@yahoogroup.com or call (425) 687-1449.
Harbor Christian Homeschool Co-op
We offer enrichment classes to independent homeschoolers. We meet Mondays, starting in September through May at Fox Island Alliance Church.
Find us on Facebook or our website, www.harborchristianhomeschool.org, for contact information and registration details.
Homeschool Meetup of Pierce and Thurston County
Wonderful meetups including farm tours, nature walks, art activities and sport meetups.
H.O.P.E. Homeschool Co-op is located inside City Lights Church, 5000 67th Ave W, University Place, WA 98466
We meet Fridays from 9:30 a.m. until 3:00 p.m., September through April.
Contact: (253) 298-0637
Learning Outside The Box
An energetic group of homeschoolers of all ages, dedicated to building a social community and supporting each other in all areas of life as a homeschooling family.
Moms That Homeschool
Contact: Yolanda Gaston – (360) 633-7533
Mountain to Mountain Homeschool Club
We are a group dedicated to serving ALL homeschoolers/unschoolers in the East Lewis County/South Pierce County Area. Are you from Packwood, Randle, Glenoma, Morton, Mossyrock, Salkum, Onalaska, Mineral, Elbe, Eatonville or Ashford? Join us on Facebook!
Contact: Genny Greiter – (360) 496-0524 – firstname.lastname@example.org.
P.A.T.C.H. Co-op (Pierce and Thurston Community Homeschoolers Co-op)
PATCH is an inclusive homeschool group where each member’s beliefs and racial and cultural background are respected and valued at all of our activities and in all our gatherings. We seek to encourage a close-knit, active group by offering weekly co-op classes, field trips, and other opportunities for homeschooling families, in order to create lasting and supportive relationships. Because PATCH strives to minimize the cost of classes and activities, we rely on the volunteer efforts of our members who serve in administrative, teaching, and auxiliary roles. We aspire to establish and foster an effective relationship between military and civilian homeschoolers with the goal of helping current and incoming JBLM homeschooling families find timely and easily-accessed homeschool support in the larger community.
Parkland/Graham Cub Scouts
Contact: Kimberly Swetland (Cubmaster) – email@example.com – 253-222-4695
Peer to Peer
Teen Home School Group that meets at the Spanaway/Parkland Library meeting room.
This group is based on peer teaching and each activity will be lead by one or more of the students and supervised by one or more adults.
Contact: Leslie Riekena – firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
Pierce County Homeschool Support
PCHS is a diverse group of homeschooling parents in and around Pierce
County, WA. We include and celebrate families across the spectrum of
homeschooling styles and philosophies, and have no official political,
philosophical, or religious orientation. PCHS exists both as an active
online resource and an IRL (in real life) source as a place for
homeschoolers to play, learn, and relax with each other in a context
where homeschooling is the primary common denominator.
Facebook:: Pierce County Homeschoolers For Life
South Sound Homeschool Co-op
We are located in Puyallup and looking for new families with children ages 3-12. We meet Tuesdays from 9:30 to 12:00.
Contact: Anne Eugenio – email@example.com
South Tacoma Cub Scouts
Contact: Jodi Collins – firstname.lastname@example.org – 253-732-9141
St. Joseph Home Educators
Wholehearted Homeschool Support Group (Spanaway)
Contact: Patty Taylor – email@example.com – (253) 535-180
Wonder Excursions (Field Trip Club)
We are an OPEN to ALL Homeschoolers Field Trip Club, one stop shopping for fun, cool, educational excursions! This club is a place to plan, organize, discuss, advertise, and review – classes, seminars, camps, plays, performances and anything we feel classifies as “field trips”. Our goal is to continue exposing our home schooled children to the wonders of our cities, towns and the state of Washington.
Contact: Brandie Booth, Moderator