Fayetteville, GA 30214
Fayette, Coweta, Clayton, Henry, Fulton and other Metro Atlanta Areas
New Generation Academy (NGA) is a community of Christian teaching homes working together to educate children - PreK to high school classes. Our families have resided in various Metro Atlanta counties; including Fayette, Clayton, Coweta, Fulton, DeKalb, and Henry counties.
NGA offers ...
* Two-day per week Homeschool Co-op
* Highest Level of Accreditation - Georgia Accrediting Commission
* Hybrid Model - Tuesdays (face to face) and Thursdays (virtual)
* College Preparatory Academic Program
* Affordable Course Offerings
* Courses taken on a part-time or full-time basis
* Core classes, such as math and science, as well as electives such as American Sign Language and computer classes
We are always looking for like-minded families to join us so if you:
… want to be part of an accredited program that has classes for all your children Pre-K to high school
... want to provide an opportunity for your children to interact and learn with other students in a caring environment
… want to be part of a program where graduates go on to be accepted to many institutions like Georgia Tech, Spelman College, Oglethorpe University, Georgia State, Florida State, and University of North Carolina (to name a few)
Our small by design concept allow for small classes and close association with supportive teachers who help contribute to an academic environment in which a student can gain subject knowledge as well as academic confidence and self-esteem in a positive environment. Being part of a homeschool co-op allows time for our students to fellowship with their classmates during various parts of the day, including class time and during lunch, which generally includes time in the gym or on the playground.
Atlanta Homeschool Cooperative (AHC) is an inclusive community of families who share activities, ideas, and resources. Their primary mission is to build a supportive community and connections between homeschooling parents and children in the Atlanta Area. They welcome all kinds of people and hope to be as diverse as the homeschooling population.
If you are a homeschool family looking to meet new people, contribute to a community, and enjoy group activities in the Atlanta area, they would love to include you.
Our Christian Homeschool Community provides Educational, Social and Extracurricular Activities, Field Trips, Support and Enrichment for our Member Families. We hold large group functions for the entire B.E.E.C.H. Community and smaller ones within each age group to promote camaraderie and friendships. We believe being engaged in our community especially through events and field trips within age groups aids in cultivating lifelong friendships and support systems.
We are based in Cumming, Forsyth County, GA but we service and have members in surrounding cities like Roswell, Alpharetta, Johns Creek, Canton, Buford, Dawsonville, Sugar Hill, Gainesville, Norcross, Ball Ground, Duluth, and other nearby cities. The majority of our members live in Forsyth County, but we also have members in Dawson, N. Fulton, Cherokee, Gwinnett and Hall counties.
CHAT is a Christian based co-op that meets for 3-1/2 hrs weekly on Mondays during the school year to provide children from nursery to high school with enrichment classes. Classes are chosen by the leadership team each semester based on what parents submit that they are willing to teach. One parent or guardian must be present during the duration of the class day and assist in 2 classes per semester either as the lead teacher or as the assistant.
The Central Savannah River Area (CSRA) is a region centered by, and surrounding, Augusta, Georgia. This region is comprised of thirteen Georgia counties and five South Carolina counties.
The Georgia counties includes: Lincoln, Wilkes, Washington, Warren, Taliaferro, Hancock, McDuffie, Columbia, Richmond, Burke, Jefferson, Glascock, and Jenkins.
The South Carolina counties include: McCormick, Edgefield, Aiken, Barnwell and Allendale.
The CSRA Home Education Association is a Christian association of homeschoolers seeking to encourage one another in privilege of training up their children to love and serve the Lord their God. Though individuals do not have to be professed Christians to join our association, the Board of Directors and Coordinators each annually sign a profession of faith. As well, those joining are asked to sign a statement of acknowledgement and agreement to our rules of conduct. The association functions as a result of a large group of volunteers - not paid staff - seeking to serve other homeschoolers. We are truly blessed to have such a fine group of men and women sacrificing their time and resources.
Eagle’s Nest Christian Home Educators’ Association (ENCHEA) is a support group for home educators in Coweta County and surrounding counties in Georgia.
Eagle’s Nest has a membership of approximately 330 home school families. Members participate in a wide variety of activities. Eagle’s Nest parents have also coordinated their talents to form weekly co-ops, which offer an even greater variety of activities for their children.
Avondale Estates, GA
LEAD is an inclusive, secular homeschool group, offering classes, support, and a variety of social and extracurricular activities to homeschoolers throughout metro Atlanta since 2000.
P.O. Box 1362
Fortson, GA 31808
LIGHT’s purpose is to offer faith-based support and activities for Columbus and Phenix City area homeschool families.