Mississippi Homeschooling

Parents around the country are choosing homeschooling as a great option for the education of their children. Homeschooling in Mississippi is growing as well. The wealth of information about homeschooling can seem overwhelming. We've sorted through it all and compiled the best information on support, methods, local and state resources and events, and much, much more!

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Blessed Sacrament Homeschool Group (BSHG)
Blessed Sacrament Homeschool Group is a Catholic homeschool support group that has members in the Memphis Metro area, including North Mississippi, Eastern Arkansas, and other parts of West Tennessee. The Blessed Sacrament Homeschool Group is dedicated to encourage and enhance children with a nurturing, helpful, supportive, and loving family environment, based on the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church.
North Star Multi-Cultural Homeschooling
North Star Multi-Cultural Homeschooling Support Group provides a diverse and welcoming atmosphere for homescoolers in the Metro-Jackson area. This group hopes that families of different ancestries, religions and homeschooling philosophies can grow and learn. NSMHSG is a chapter of the National Black Home Educators Resource Association.
Home Educators-Rankin County
This group is made up of Home Educators who live in the Brandon, Mississippi area.
CM Families of the South
The purpose of this loop is to encourage homeschooling families living in the Southern states who are trying to incorporate the philosophy of Charlotte Mason in their homes in their efforts to raise their children with an enthusiasm for learning.
Brices Cross Roads National Battlefield Site
Located on MS Hwy 370 six miles west of Baldwyn, this one-acre site commemorates a battle which had one objective-- make impossible the threat of Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest to interfere with General William T. Sherman's railroad supply line from Nashville to Chattanooga during the Atlanta campaign. Forrest scored a decisive victory over General S.D. Sturgis' Union forces when they met at Brices Cross Roads on June 10, 1864. The Union lost three men to every Southern casualty and ...
How a Bill Becomes Law in Mississippi
This graphic flowchart shows how a bill progresses through the House and Senate to finally become a law.
Fellowship of Christian Home Educators (FOCHE)
FOCHE exists to provide encouragement and edification to home-educating mothers in the Hernando area for the benefit of their families. Offers activities and support, including mom's night out, field trips, and social activities.
Byram-Terry-MS
Christian email support list for all Mississippi homeschool families.
Vicksburg National Cemetery
Vicksburg National Cemetery was established by Congress in 1865 and opened a year later, to provide a burial place for "soldiers who shall die in the service of the country." It lies on ground once manned by Major-General William T. Sherman's XV Army Corps. Embracing 116 acres it is the final resting place of 17,000 Union Soldiers, a number unmatched by any other national cemetery. Many soldiers had been interred originally in scattered locations in Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi during th...
Tupelo National Battlefield
In the spring of 1864, Major General William Sherman prepared his army to take Atlanta and susequently "march to the sea". A primary concern of Sherman's was Major General Nathan Forrest's Confederate corp of mounted infantry roving the mid-South. Sherman ordered several advances from Federally controlled Memphis into north Mississippi for the purpose of keeping Forrest in Mississippi and not behind Sherman, cutting communication and supply lines. On July 13-15, 1864, the battle of Tupelo was th...
Gateway Christian Schools
PO Box 280117 Memphis, TN 38168-0117 Phone: 901-454-1606 Gateway Christian Schools Total Home Education Program provides phone counseling by experienced home educators, two reports as required per year, maintenance of cumulative school records for college entrance, assistance with transfers between public or private schools and home education, dipolmas for qualifying seniors, and assistance with college entrance. Enrollment is limited to those living in Tennesee or Mississippi.
Mississippi Department of Education
Website for the Mississippi Department of Education (MDE).
Meridian Christian Home Educators (MCHE)
Serves homeschooling families in the Meridian area. Offers park days, moms encouragement group, teen activities, social activities, field trips, and more.
School Attendance Enforcement
From the Mississippi Department of Education, this discussion concerns School Attendance and Enforcement. Includes Attorney General opinions relating to compulsory school attendance from 1989.
Home School Instruction
The Mississippi Department of Education offers this short summary of the basic requirements for home education in the state of Mississippi.
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We destroy the love of learning in children, which is so strong when they are small, by encouraging and compelling them to work for petty rewards--gold stars, or papers marked 100 and tacked to the wall, or A's on report cards, or honor rolls, or dean's lists or Phi Beta Kappa keys--in short, for the ignoble satisfaction of feeling that they are better than someone else.

John Holt