Groups and Resources
1. Home School Protection and Advocacy
Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA) - is a nonprofit advocacy organization established to defend and advance the constitutional
right of parents to direct the education of their children and to protect family freedoms. Through annual
memberships, HSLDA is tens of thousands of families united in service together, providing a strong voice when and where needed.
Sign up on HSLDA's e-lerts and proactively make a difference.
You can be an effective part of the team by just simply making a phone call to a local or state representative, when needed.
HSLDA provides the piece of mind you need to free you up and do the most important job, parenting, and educating your child.
Check them out on the web at www.HSLDA.org © Site
Copyright 1996-2007 Home School Legal Defense Association P.O. Box 3000 · Purcellville, VA 20134-9000
· Phone: (540) 338-5600 · Fax: (540) 338-2733 · E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
FOR A DISCOUNTED MEMBERSHIP USE: ERCB #299206
2. State Home School Groups
State groups provide state information, resources, newsletters filled with encouraging and informative articles,
plus much more.
Florida Parent Educators Association (FPEA)
- A state wide group that exists solely to serve home-schooling
families in Florida. The FPEA executes that mission through support for the legal right to homeschool, local school-board
education and interaction, state and local support-group networking and listings, a state convention, local conferences and
events, informative communications, and, most importantly, by giving individual encouragement. www.fpea.com
FOR A GROUP DISCOUNTED MEMBERSHIP USE: ERCB #849 DOWNLOAD APPLICATION - LINK ON FRONT PAGE
OF THIS WEBSITE.
For more information contact:
Lorri Murphy - Broward
County - District 13 Director email:email@example.com
Fernandez - Miami-Dade & Monroe Counties-District 14 Director email:firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Local Homeschool Support Groups
Local home-school support groups provide local support, activities, and
fellowship. For a list of local homeschool groups, please visit the FPEA website: www.fpea.com
4. Classes and Athletic Programs
For enrichment, specialized instruction or just
someone else to help.
His Players Drama: Meeting
in Broward County Florida - Lil's (5-8) Junior (9-12) and Senior (13-up) classes available. Age groups
may be modified based on participation. For more information contact: Lorri Murphy @ 954-961-1511,
Lorri@hisplayersdrama.com or www.hisplayersdrama.com
Christian Homeschool Athletic
Association of Florida (CHAA) - "Where Jesus is Lord and every child is
a winner." C.H.A.A. is an Athletic Organization created for the sole purpose of giving homeschool children all
the benefits of an athletic curriculum under the guidance of professional instructors. The Presidential Physical Fitness
Challenge and Field Day is provided each school year. P.E. programs are offered at locations from
Homestead to Port St. Lucie, from Naples to Hollywood. (See website for summer session schedules.)
Sunshine Learning Center - 7 Years of Experience with South Florida Homeschoolers. Classes
for both the struggling student, and the student who wishes to excel further. For more information call 954-971-7370
or visit the web site: www.homeschoolclasses.com
H.O.M.E. - Homeschoolers of Miami Enrichment is a South Florida, non-profit, volunteer-based corporation, that provides a forum for conducting
enrichment classes for all families that home educate their children, regardless of their race, color, national or ethnic
origin, religion, or educational handicap, in a family-oriented setting. Classes
include: art, fitness, foriegn language, language arts, literature, music, math and performing arts. www.home4homeschoolers.com
5. Ministry Opportunities
Ministry offers a great opportunity to develop leadership qualities
in your children.
Church Ministry – Churches
can provide some great opportunities for serving in many areas: the nursery, children’s ministry, food ministries, as
well as many others.
ministry opportunity ideas that can be done in a small self-initiated group or with your family are visiting nursing homes,
children’s hospitals, blessing a military family that has a parent absent, sending packages to those serving in the
military and serving or helping elderly people in your own neighborhood that are lonely or in need of some service.
Opportunities are a great way for your child(ren) to step outside of themselves and make a difference in the lives of others,
while helping them develop a spirit of compassion and love for those in need. Activities that help others
are sometimes better then activities that are merely fun. Fun is good, but service is best.