The HSC Website contains extensive information about homeschooling for those just considering or getting started and those who are experienced homeschoolers as well as for professionals who may have an interest in homeschooling. The website also provides in-depth legal information prepared by HSC's homeschooling parent/attorneys.
HSC County Contacts can be reached in most California counties. These are HSC members (experienced homeschoolers) who volunteer to answer questions from homeschoolers or prospective homeschoolers in their area. They can give you advice and information about local support groups and activities as well as general moral support.
The HSC Adventures in Homeschooling Conference provides a place for the entire homeschooling family to gather together to hear interesting and provocative speakers, learn new crafts or skills, see resource displays, and most of all, meet, share ideas and experience just plain fun. Conference Website
Check out "Legal 101" for in-depth information about homeschooling in California. Please review the information provided there carefully as it answers most common questions about homeschooling in California, including how to homeschool legally, how to set up a private school, how to withdraw a child from school, how to approach homeschooling and divorce. If you have questions that are not answered in these materials or if you have an urgently pressing legal issue, please contact our legal team of homeschooling parent attorneys here.
Find homeschooling resources in the HSC Marketplace, download conference recordings, purchase Empowering Families, subscribe to our magazine, and more. Are you interested in advertising in our magazine or on our website? We also have a large exhibit hall at our annual conference. Get more information on buying and selling.
Are you also excited about homeschooling? Do you value the fact that homeschooling is legal in California and want to protect it? Are you interested in teaming up with other homeschooling parents to ensure our rights continue and spread the word about this amazing educational choice?
HSC offers a chance for you to get involved, make new friends, help others, gain new skills, and really make a difference.
Increasing diversity in HSC’s team of volunteers and membership is a priority for the newly elected Board. We have volunteer positions available that require only a few hours a week commitment, and volunteers will receive training and be supported by a Board liaison.
We are also seeking to fill two more Board seats and want to continue our emphasis on attracting candidates from diverse backgrounds.
Exciting things are coming to HSC.
We’d like to ask you to consider joining us for the ride! Please fill out a volunteer interest form by clicking on the link above or indicate your interest in a board position by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Our next meeting is 1/26/19 near Hayward)
The HSC Board of Directors holds business meetings several times per year at various locations around the state. HSC members who would like to schedule a visit to a Board meeting or request an item to be added to our meeting agenda, please contact us to do so. If you would like to volunteer to host a board meeting at your house, please let us know.
HSC is pleased introduce our newly elected Board of Directors
Please welcome HSC’s new Board of Directors:
Erika Davis-Pitre (Co-President, North), Tiffany Sandoval (Co-President, South), Jamie Heston (Secretary), Y-Vonn Teh (Treasurer), Martin Whitehead (Board Member), and Krisula Moyer (Board Member).
First, we’d like to thank all of the wonderful women who came before us on the Board for their significant contributions to HSC as we say goodbye and best wishes to Pam Sorooshian, Julie Schiffman, Qarin Van Brink, Katheryn Culwell and Cindy Rodriguez Castro.
Next, we’d like to thank all of the volunteers who give of their precious time to help us further HSC’s mission to support homeschoolers across the state.
Lastly, we’d like all HSC members to know that we are orienting ourselves to the job ahead, learning quickly what needs to be done, and are excited to roll up our sleeves and make HSC even better than it already is.
Please be patient with us as we tackle this learning curve, but know that there will be a summer conference, we will be focusing on diversity and inclusivity, we will be keeping tabs on legislative matters that affect homeschoolers, and we will be responsive to your concerns and comments, among other things.
Our next board meeting will take place in Southern California on October 21st. Please reach out to us at email@example.com if you'd like to attend as we plan for the upcoming year in California Homeschooling.
The HomeSchool Association of California is a nonprofit volunteer-run homeschool organization that:
Honors the diversity of homeschoolers
Supports the entire spectrum of homeschooling
Provides homeschooling information
Monitors and influences legislation
Offers opportunities for families to get together
Provides networking and support for homeschoolers
Empowers families to make choices that respect the rights, needs, and aspirations of their children
The HomeSchool Association of California (HSC) is a fully inclusive organization, welcoming homeschoolers of all races and ethnicities, religions, sexual orientation, gender identities, and abilities.
Harassment or bullying will not be tolerated by HSC. The HSC Board of Directors is committed to providing a safe and civil environment in which all members of the HSC community, including adults, teens, and children, are welcomed with dignity and respect.