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Welcome to Crossville HEARTS (Home Educators Always Ready To Serve), formally known as Crossville Homeschool Group! You can now find us at crossvillehearts@yahoogroups.com. We no longer use this yahoo group as a form of communication, but we will keep it open as a way of new members finding us. If you would like to join our yahoo group, please email us at crossvillehearts@hotmail.com and we will gladly add you to our new group.


crossvillehearts.info -Isaiah 33:6










We are a non-denominational, Christian, informal, home school group that is seeking to provide enrichment and encouragement to home school families in the Cumberland County area, Crossville, TN. Our goal is to provide activities and programs to develop godly characteristics in our children and to provide educational enrichment for our children. By drawing on our combined strengths and working together, we will strive to keep costs at a minimum so that more families can enjoy the benefits of our group.



Please note: Our home school community is large and diverse. Some families may have a different theology. We all have the right as individuals to exercise our own religious beliefs. Please be sensitive to and respectful of religious beliefs that may differ from your own. Since the family is the seat of religious learning, it is important that we seek to not contradict the religious practices established within the home. We must respect one another & work together in love to accomplish our goals. Our Core Values are:



Integrity, Honesty, Excellence, Accountability, Respect

Group Information

  • 35
  • Tennessee
  • Sep 29, 2008
  • English

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