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This Yahoo email list is exclusive for the members of the San Francisco Homeschoolers (SFHS). In order to join the Yahoo email list, you must first become a SFHS member by applying and paying a $15 annual membership dues. Please contact our membership coordinator at membership@sfhomeschoolers.org if you are interested to join. Include a brief introduction of yourself and your purpose of joining.

We are a fast growing, supportive group of Homeschoolers spanning the Bay Area. We are all inclusive of all philosophies of schooling at home and our only criteria is that your family has chosen to use your home as your base of learning and growing for your kids.

We are a membership-funded group ($15 per family per year) that sponsors many events for homeschoolers all over our area that include Family Dances, Teen Dances, High School Aged Proms, Feed Our Homeless Days, Meet-Ups and Informational Get Togethers and Art Shows. Any member is welcomed and encouraged to organize events, while being supported with funds from our group, and our mission is to bring all homeschooled children together and give them the social outlets and networks they crave and need.

Our group shares ideas about schooling at home, be it curriculum based, unschooling based, class based: actually any ideas that warrant giving our kids their best opportunities from home.

We welcome all families that feel the need to teach their own and want to explore all the benefits that schooling at home has to offer-

The San Francisco Homeschoolers

Group Information

  • 116
  • California
  • Dec 28, 2002
  • English

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  • This is a restricted group.
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  • Membership requires approval.
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