Wisconsin Homeschooling

Want to learn more about homeschooling in Wisconsin? Do you need information on the laws regulating home education in the state? Do you want to connect with other homeschoolers in your area? You've come to the right place! Your best source of information on homeschooling in Wisconsin, this website offers you the knowledge and ideas you need to successfully home educate your children.

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Milwaukee Area Christian Home Educators (MACHE)
MACHE is an association of over 100 home school families in the Milwaukee metropolitan area designed to support the home education activities of its members. MACHE provides its members with large and small group support meetings, special events, sports activities, field trips, legislative information and a newsletter published eight times a year.
Above & Beyond Children's Museum
The Above & Beyond Children's Museum (ABCM) is a non-profit organization servicing Sheboygan County children, their families, and out of town visitors. It offers hands-on, educational exhibits that enhance the lives and experiences of its visitors. From Above & Beyond's humble beginnings as a traveling road show, it quickly outgrew its first location to become an established community treasure. It has operated from its historic three-store downtown location since 1999, enriching the lives of ...
Ten Chimneys
Just thirty miles from Milwaukee, WI, Ten Chimneys was the home of Broadway legends Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne. Guests are treated to one of the most inspirational house tours in the country. Almost all the estate's beguilingly personal décor and collections are intact and unchanged since the Lunts first assembled them in the 1930s and '40s. Ten Chimneys is simply overflowing with memorabilia: notes from Laurence Olivier and Carol Channing, mementos from Helen Hayes and Noël Coward, inscribed...
Homeschooling in Wisconsin: A Review of Current Issues and Trends
While homeschooling has grown by 1,500 percent in Wisconsin in the past 15 years, it is not a threat to traditional education in the state. Analysis of Wisconsin respondents in one national study indicates 85 percent describe themselves as "Born Again" Christians; were largely middle-class, white, two-parent families, with instruction provided by at-home mothers; and exhibited average extracurricular participation rates. Recent homeschool families are more secular, primarily motivated by academi...
State Line Homeschoolers
A group for people homeschooling in or around Monroe, Wisconsin. This is an inclusive group, all homeschooling philosophies and religious paths are welcome.
Northeastern Wisconsin (NEW) Zoo
The Northeastern Wisconsin Zoo is located 11 miles northwest of Green Bay, within the Brown County Reforestation Camp. The NEW Zoo and Brown County Reforestation Camp together function as a 1560-acre recreational area serving over a half million visitors each year. The miles of trails, picnic areas, trout ponds, and animal exhibits provide fun and enjoyment for the whole family. Visit the observation tower to see a good portion of the animal exhibits and lush habitat.
Public Libraries Welcome Growing Homeschool Community
Public libraries around the country are finding new ways to serve the growing population of homeschoolers through physical spaces and creative programs catered to homeschooling families’ needs. This article takes a look at what libraries in Illinois, Colorado, and Tennessee are doing to meet the diverse needs of homeschooling families. 
Wisconsin LDS Homeschool (WILDS HS)
This group is designed as a support network for homeschooling families living in Wisconsin and the U.P., who are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. This group has no official connection to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Wisconsin Parents Association
Wisconsin Parents Association (WPA) provides encouragement, support, and accurate information about homeschooling, learning resources, and laws that affect homeschoolers. Offers telephone help, a handbook, conferences, newsletters, and more.
Wisconsin DPI Reports on Home-Based Private Education
The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction has compiled statistics on students who are home educated. Enrollment for the Home-based Private Educational Program is available by CESA, grade level, and by public school district. Data is available in Excel or Portable Document Format (PDF). Home-based and public school enrollment by school district is available on a year-by-year basis.
West Bend Art Museum
Museum of Wisconsin Art celebrates the value, diversity and uniqueness of the visual arts and artists of Wisconsin. This is achieved by collecting, conserving, documenting, exhibiting and promoting aesthetic understanding of the visual arts of Wisconsin.
Wis Homeschool
This is an inclusive email list for all those interested in homeschooling in Wisconsin and the midwest.
What To Do When School Officials Contact You: An Update
As homeschoolers, you may be contacted by local school officials for a variety of reasons. To ensure that your responses are appropriate and do not cause problems for us or other homeschoolers, this article provides information to help you deal effectively with school officials. Also included is a copy of a letter WPA is sending to all public school district administrators.
Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University
The Marquette University Haggerty Museum of Art provides transformational learning opportunities through its exhibitions and programs. The museum enriches the intellectual and creative life of the students, faculty and community at large by collecting, displaying, interpreting and contextualizing art objects from a range of historical periods and media. As a forum for critical inquiry, the museum seeks to promote visual literacy and advance knowledge across the academic disciplines.
Comparison of Enrollment Trends in Home-Based Private Educational Programs in Wisconsin
A comparison of enrollment in the home-based private educational programs and public and private school enrollment is available in a multi-year listing for the years 1984-85 to 2005-06.
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Homeschooling: The Early Years: Your Complete Guide to Successfully Homeschooling the 3- to 8- Year-Old Child
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Many public-school children seem to know only two dates--1492 and 4th of July; and as a rule they don't know what happened on either occasion.

Mark Twain