The Wake Forest Homeschoolers do not specifically endorse these sites. They are provided solely as a convenience in locating homeschooling information. It is up to each individual family to deem and discern the appropriateness of the material provided at each site for their own personal use.
North Carolina Division of Non-Public Education
A site that contains information on legal requirements, frequently asked questions, and statistics regarding homeschooling in the state of North Carolina.
North Carolina’s state wide support group (NCHE) strives to protect the freedom to educate children at home, to provide encouragement and support to families choosing home education for their children, and to promote home education as an excellent educational alternative.
The Homeschool Alliance of North Carolina (HA-NC) is a grassroots network of independent homeschooling families who embrace a myriad of approaches to education, spirituality and lifestyle.
Homeschool Stores in the Triangle Area
Homeschool Help Books
How to Homeschool
The Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling: Debra Bell
The McGraw-Hill Homeschooling Companion: Laura Saba & Julie Gattis
The Homeschooling Book of Answers: Linda Dobson
Theories of Homeschooling
The Well-Trained Mind: Susan Wise Bauer
A Charlotte Mason Education: Catherine Levison
How They Learn (or any of his titles): John Holt
Better Late Than Early (or other titles): Raymond and Dorothy More
The Unschooling Handbook: Mary Griffith
Scope and Sequence Books
What Your [xth] Grader Needs to Know: E.D. Hirsch
Home Learning Year by Year: Rebecca Rupp