At Murfreesboro Homeschoolers (MHS) we provide tutorial classes, cooperative classes and educational activities for home schooled children in preschool through high school as well as support for homeschooling families in Middle Tennessee.
We strive to foster creativity, entrepreneurial spirit, and problem-solving by empowering students to take ownership of their education and commit to lifelong learning.
Please visit our Handbook for more information about MHS and sign up to meet with our leaders to see if our organization is a wonderful fit for the needs of your family.
New Families are welcome to join us for Spring Semester 2020 which begins January 27th and ends May 18th. Registration is open from November 1st to December 1st.
Click on "tutorial classes" for a drop down menu of each subject and the classes with openings. If a class does not have room it will say closed. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to verify class availability.
How to Join MHS
- Please follow the link and fill in our simple online Membership Request Form.
- Once your $25 is received we will approve your membership request and give you access to the MHS Website to sign up for field trips & events on our calendar. You can start participating immediately!
- If you plan to register for classes, login and visit our "how to register" page for detailed instructions.
- If you have any questions don't hesitate to contact us. We look forward to helping however we can!
Come Visit & Learn
Learn about homeschooling and how our educational organization
can help with your homeschooling journey!
Contact one of our friendly leaders today HERE!
Set up a time with our director to come visit and tour while classes are in action on a Monday soon!
Email Alexine at email@example.com
We look forward to helping you!
Top 3 Questions About Homeschooling
1. Is it Legal?
YES! In all 50 states of the USA, homeschooling is legal! Each state has their own laws, HERE are the state of TN homeschooling laws. This link explains the three types of homeschooling in Tennessee: Independent Home School, Church-Related Umbrella School & Accredited Online School.
2. Am I Qualified?
All you need is a High School Diploma or GED to legally home school your children in the state of Tennessee.
3. What about Socialization?
This is where MHS can help on so many levels! Our tutorial classes, cooperative classes, field trips and events are the perfect solution for socialization, education and building relationships for homeschooling students and their families. At MHS we bridge the gap between homeschooling and public/private school by organizing events and field trips on top of our wonderful selection of tutorial and cooperative classes. Our Semester Showcases at the end of each semester give the children an opportunity to create projects to put on display and do performances for family and friends to enjoy.