WHO Region 2
Ferry, Stevens, Pend Orielle, Lincoln and Spokane Counties
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
CFHE provides support and encouragement to Christian parents who are intentionally directing the education of their children in the Spokane area. We also host a homeschool conference every year in the spring. See our Facebook events page for more information. We look forward to meeting you!Contact: Marchauna Rodgers
CHESS (Christian Home Educators Support System) – Colville Area
Contact: Cindy Ross – (509) 738-4167
Chewelah Classical Conversations
Contact: Allison Davis –firstname.lastname@example.org – (509) 221-8248
CHSN – Christian Homeschool Support Network of North Spokane is a support group whose goals are to encourage and help homeschool families in the Spokane area by being a source of information and a means of connecting local homeschool families together through offering fellowships, fun learning activities, as well as enriching events.
Contact: Donna Robbins
CHSN Website: https://www.chsn-northspokane.org/
CHSN Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/CHSNofNS/?ref=bookmarks
Join the CHSN Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/126692717890138/?source_id=696484593880209
Deer Park Classical Conversations
Colville/Kettle Falls Classical Conversations
Contact: Marsha Michealis –email@example.com – (509) 207-9599
Exploring Families offers its member families terrific tours, fantastic field trips and spectacular special events helping students and their parents explore, discover, and learn outside of school time and beyond the books. We specialize in a great variety of educational activities with a S.T.E.M. focus (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math). Our trips, tours, and events take place all year long and many of our activities are free
Heartways Homeschooler Consortium
HOME Homeschoolers Organization Mentoring Excellence
Homeschool Families of North Spokane
HOPE of the Palouse (Homeschool Organization of Parent Educators)
Contact: Linda Tenney – firstname.lastname@example.org – (208) 882-1049
LDS Homeschool Organization
Contact: Allyson Halpin – email@example.com
Lewis-Clark Valley Homeschoolers
Monday Homeschool Network (Spokane Valley)
North Spokane Classical Conversations
North Spokane Homeschool Connection
North Spokane Christian Homeschoolers
This group serves as a online and in real life support-group for current or prospective Christian Homeschoolers in the North Spokane Washington area. We have monthly play-dates, and other occasional activities. It is important for a group to be engaging and safe that members be active either online, in real life, or best yet a combination of the two. We would love to have you join us. We are a casual and relaxed group with no specific Christian denomination and who welcome all forms of home-schooling from traditional to unschooling, and everything in-between.
Northwest Christian Homeschool Program (Spokane)
A homeschool extension of Northwest Christian Schools that supports homeschooling families through enrichment and extension programming with the mission to partner with parents and students to prepare minds and transform hearts.
Contact: Ruth Wagley – firstname.lastname@example.org – 509-238-4005 ext 136
SAHC (Spokane Area Homeschool Community ) Co-op- Millwood
We are an all inclusive coop for homeschooling and unschooling families. We are open and accepting to all. We do not discriminate based on race, religion (or lack of), gender, sexual orientation, philosophy, political views, etc. We also ask that you’re accepting and open to others if their beliefs and opinions may be different than your own
Contact: Laura Kaczor SpokaneAHC@yahoo.com
Shadle Classical Conversations
Contact: Kristi Leeper, Foundations/Essentials Director, – email@example.com – 509-210-9642
Spokane Agnostic/Atheist Homeschool Group
Facebook: Spokane Secular Homeschoolers
Spokane Area Homeschool Community
Contact: Laura McCallister-Kaczor – (509) 270-5698
SHS is a diverse group of homeschooling families in the Inland Empire. We include and celebrate families across the spectrum of homeschooling styles and philosophies, and have no official political, philosophical, or religious orientation. SHS exists both as an active online resource and an IRL alternative to other local homeschool groups as a place for homeschoolers to play, learn, and relax with each other in a context where homeschooling, not religion, is the primary common denominator.
Contact: Jen Garrison Stuber – firstname.lastname@example.org
Spokane Homeschooling Meet Up
Homeschooling Meet Up group for Spokane families (field trips, play dates, moms nights out, museum visits, community events meet ups)
Spokane Valley Classical Conversations
Contact: Kathleen Batchelder –email@example.com -(208) 661-4750
West Plains Homeschool Co-op (Spokane area)
Contact: Jessica Spracklen – firstname.lastname@example.org
Medical Lake/Cheney/Airway Heights/surrounding West Plains area
We are an informal & free co-op open to all homeschool families living on the West Plains (outside Spokane). The group began in February 2014 to address the growing number of homeschooling families in the West Plains area that wished to join a group, but not drive to Spokane. We offer monthly art, science, & (about to start) music workshops, along with fun monthly events (Cultural Fairs, Nature Hikes, Mystery Workshops, Reader’s Theater, Art & Science Fairs, etc.) and various local field trips. At this time the workshops are split between a free church hall in Medical Lake and the Cheney library. It is a co-op, so families take turns helping host workshops or field trips, but there is no obligation. All workshops are adapted to all age groups: preschool up through teens, and are mainly social and fun, not using any one homeschool style. The Facebook group page is also used as a forum for local homeschool families to share advice, events, and support.
West Plains Weekly Homeschool Classes
A small, fun, hands-on, educational gathering of homeschool families, co-op style!
Contact: Kelly Clark email@example.com – (509) 999-7614