South Carolina Homeschooling

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Upstate Homeschoolers Unlimited
Upstate Homeschoolers Unlimited is an inclusive homeschool group. They meet for educational activities, socialization, and support.
Upstate Konos Support Group Email List
Upstate Konos Support Group is a members only Christian based group for families in South Carolina who use the Konos curricula. They help families find other users in their area to communicate and/or co-op with, locate a sales representative for materials & supplies, and answer questions.
Third Option Law & Explanations
A summary and explanation of Section 59-65-47 of the state law. In lieu of the requirements of Section 59-65-40 or Section 59-65-45, parents or guardians may teach their children at home if the instruction is conducted under the auspices of an association for homeschools which has no fewer than fifty members and meets the requirements of this section. Bona fide membership and continuing compliance with the academic standards of the associations exempts the home school from the further requiremen...
A History of Homeschooling in South Carolina
A look at the history of homeschooling in South Carolina, including a discussion of the development of the laws regulating home education.
Alliance Homeschool Accountability Association
Alliance Homeschool Accountability Association (AHAA) is open to everyone in South Carolina who wants to homeschool their children, regardless of your religious creed, church denomination, or the city you live. They run the accountability association under a non-profit model, with a combination of paid staff and a large network of volunteers, which helps us keep membership fees as low as possible. Its task is to give homeschool families an affordable and engaging opportunity to educate their chi...
South Carolina Homeschool
This is a mailing list for people who home school or are thinking of homeschooling in South Carolina, kids and parents alike. Here you can exchange ideas, support each other, and share resources and information.
Congaree National Park
Situated along the meandering Congaree River in central South Carolina, Congaree National Park is home to champion trees, primeval forest landscapes, and diverse plant and animal life. This 22,200-acre park protects the largest contiguous tract of old-growth bottomland hardwood forest remaining in the United States. Known for its giant hardwoods and towering pines, the park’s floodplain forest includes one of the highest canopies in the world and some of the tallest trees in the eastern United S...
South Carolina Homeschooling Discussion
The South Carolina Homeschooling Discussion Group is for SC homeschoolers, those thinking about homeschooling in this state, or newcomers to SC who want to learn more.
Charles Pinckney National Historic Site
Located in Mt. Pleasant, the historic site was established to interpret Charles Pinckney's plantation Snee Farm, his role in the development of the United States Constitution and the transition of the United States from a group of colonies to a young nation. Interpretive exhibits, located in a house built circa 1828 but which is not Pinckney related, highlight these areas as well as the influences of African-Americans in the development of Snee Farm.
Title 59: Education - Chapter 65 Compulsory Attendance
Section 59-65-10. Responsibility of parent or guardian; notification by school district of availability of kindergarten; transportation for kindergarten pupils. All parents or guardians shall cause their children or wards to attend regularly a public or private school or kindergarten of this State which has been approved by the State Board of Education or a member school of the South Carolina Independent Schools' Association or some similar organization, or a parochial, denominational, or ch...
Together In Education and Support (TIES)
Together In Education and Support (TIES) is a free homeschool support group located in the Dorchester, Colleton, Charleston, and Berkley county areas of South Carolina. They operate in a co-op format, so that every member can contribute. This group was established to provide encouragement, guidance, and support to one another as homeschoolers and friends based upon closely held Christian principles.
Christian Home Educators of Laurens County (CHELC)
Christian Home Educators of Laurens County (CHELC) is a support group offering information and opportunties for positive social interaction for home educated children.
Fort Sumter National Monument
America's most tragic conflict ignited at Fort Sumter on April 12, 1861, when a chain reaction of social, economic and political events exploded into civil war. At the heart of these events was the issue of states rights versus federal authority flowing over the underlying issue of slavery. Fueled by decades of disagreement and confrontation, South Carolina seceded in protest of Lincoln's election and the social and economic changes sure to follow. With Fort Sumter as an unyielding bastion of Fe...
Upstate Konos Support Group
Upstate Konos Support Group is Christian based for families of SC who use the Konos curicula. They help families find other users in their area to communicate and/or co-op with, locate a sales representative for materials and supplies, and answer questions.
Appalachian National Scenic Trail
The Appalachian National Scenic Trail is a 2,180-mile footpath along the ridgecrests and across the major valleys of the Appalachian Mountains from Katahdin in Maine to Springer Mountain in northern Georgia. It traverses the scenic, wooded, pastoral, wild, and culturally resonant lands of the Appalachian Mountains. Conceived in 1921, it was built by private citizens and completed in 1937. The trail traverses Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsyl...
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