This new online publication is now offered free of charge by the Homeschool Association of California (HSC).


The Homeschooler Post is filled with helpful articles and resources for homeschoolers. It includes regular columns by prominent homeschooling writers such as Sandra Dodd, Wes Beach, Pam Sorooshian, Cathy Earle, Rebecca Rupp, Roya Dedeaux, JJ Ross, Michelle Conoway, Deb Lewis, and others; feature articles on important homeschooling topics; homeschooling Q & A; unschooling, learning trends and homeschooling methods; family dynamics; young homeschoolers; teens and beyond; projects, hobbies, travel, and other special interest articles.


For 25 years, HSC published "The California Homeschooler." That magazine has been expanded, redesigned, and renamed and is now available to all in a friendly online format.

New content is added regularly - would you like to be notified when there is new material? We send out our Headline Updates about once a month.

For 25 years, the Homeschool Association of California  (HSC) published The California Homeschooler.  Every member of the organization received a copy of this publication, showcasing the lives of homeschooling families in the state of California.


That magazine has been expanded, redesigned, renamed and is now available to subscribers across the United States. Our writers, while many live in California, also come from around the country.


HSC knew that other states were not as fortunate as California with its plethora of options for homeschoolers. For years, various regional, state, and local organizations used HSC's strong support components as prototypes for creating options of their own. Camping trips, email lists, newsletters, support liaisons were all duplicated around the country.


However, many states were not in the position to create a publication for their members similar to HSC's publication, The California Homeschooler. With that in mind, the HSC Board decided to expand their publication so it would be applicable to states around the country. Thus, The Homeschooler Magazine, was born.


The Homeschooler Magazine does not endorse a particular homeschooling philosophy or approach. All families who are interested in homeschooling their children will feel welcome and inspired by The Homeschooler.  

August 04, 2015  |  By Sue Patterson, Editor
Hi All!

There is an exciting new format for The Homeschooler Post! We're branching out into a delivery method that is different from anything we've seen. I think you'll really enjoy this. More homeschoolers than ever will be able to read the inspiring articles - and here's the best part - FOR FREE!!!

Each week, The Homeschooler Post will share a new article by posting to our Facebook page. We're hoping that all of you will then share, comment, and like the article on social media, making sure your friends know all about it!

If you're a lover of Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, or Twitter, and would like to join our Social Media Team, contact me and let me know! We're trying to grow our Social Media Team and I think it would be a lot of fun to get people sharing and talking about inspiring homeschooling articles!

Our fabulous columnists are working on articles for you now. We're continuing to accept articles from new writers, so check back here and on the Facebook page to see what we're looking for.

Some of the past articles are also going to be shared later in the week, so readers will have plenty to peruse.  
 

Happy Homeschooling!~Sue Patterson