College & University

Financial Aid

Home Schooling

  • A to Z Home's Cool Homeschooling
    • Information, resources, support groups, and laws about home schooling, plus links to "over 700 pages of the best and most interesting and useful sites and articles about home education on the web."
  • Awesome Library's Homeschool Resources
    • Annotated links to legal resources, lesson plans, projects and general resources.
  • EdHelper
    • Resources for public and home school teachers including lesson plans, webquests, worksheet generators, word and critical thinking problems, exams and puzzles for standardized tests.
  • Eclectic Home School Online
    • An online magazine for "creative homeschoolers ... published with a Christian perspective."
  • EduHound
    • Annotated links for teachers, administrators and parents.
    • The Home School Legal Defense Association is a non-profit organization of families who home school their children nationwide.
  • Home School Foundation
    • A non-profit charity organization seeking to meet various needs within the home school community. Financial help is available for those who need it.
  • Home School World
    • The official website of Practical Homeschooling magazine and of The Big Book of Home Learning. Information about homeschool events in the U.S. and links to homeschooling organizations with contacts listed by state.
  • Home-ed Magazine
  • Homefires
    • The Journal of Homeschooling Online offers ideas for curriculum, field trips and more. Not all resources are free.
  • HomeSchooling Friends
    • Non-sectarian New Hampshire based support group offering information, contacts and ideas sharing.
  • Homeschooling Resources
    • Developed by the Waterboro Maine Public Library, this site links to general Web sites for home schoolers, general reference and subject specific sites.
  • Homeschool Zone
    • Links to information for the homeschooling family, support, message boards, ideas and articles.
  • National Home Education Research Institute
    • A clearinghouse for information on home schooling.

K-12: After School Programs

    • Government resources in support of after school programs.
  • AmeriCorps
    • Americorps volunteers provide tutoring and mentoring services for youth, afterschool programs, and more.

K-12: General