Thank you for your interest in Smoothing The Way (STW)! Smoothing the Way exists to encourage you in your home schooling efforts. During the monthly member meetings you will learn information that will make your first years
less confusing and you will meet other new home schoolers who are sharing your experiences – both good and bad! In addition, you will meet veteran home schoolers who can reassure you that these experiences are very normal and can help you navigate through your first years.
There are currently two STW groups in San Antonio, one in Central San Antonio, and one in Northwest San Antonio. We have listed the details for each group below so you can determine which group would work best for you and your family. Smoothing The Way @ Family Educators Association of South Texas (STW-FEAST) 25 Burwood Lane
San Antonio, TX 78216 https://homeschoolfeast.com Contact:
Donna Faucett (210) 878-8025 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Meets 2nd Tuesday, 10 a.m. -12 p.m., at FEAST. Children welcome. New to homeschooling
and special needs focused. Smoothing The Way @ Northwest Community Church (STW-NW) 8900 Guilbeau Rd.
San Antonio, TX 78250
Amy Decker @email@example.com
Meets 1st Thursday, 7 – 9 p.m., at NWCC. No childcare provided. New to homeschooling
and mentoring focused.
Whichever group you decide to attend, we know that you will benefit from your time in
the member meetings and the relationships you will make. The Smoothing The Way Leaders 2017-2018
My name is Alex Garza , A.D. for the San Antonio Homeschool Wolverines Baseball Team . We are currently looking new ball players, anyone Interested call me at 210-643-9837
The San Antonio Homeschool Wolverines is a varsity baseball program for homeschool students.
We believe homeschool students should have the right to compete for baseball scholarships and recognition. We strive to provide a team that provides for these goals.
High School level players we are looking for must be: Homeschool students interested in playing high school varsity baseball that are between the ages of 13 and 19 as of Sept 1 of the school year they will be playing. Players must be certified by parents as 8th grade or older (8th graders may get 5 yrs. of high school eligibility) and in good academic standing. If you are interested in our High School program contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Secondary Academic Class Day SAC Day is an academic co-op for 8th-12th grade students Back to Top
For more information, contact us at .
SAC Day Purpose:
In accordance with the HCCH mission, SAC Day has been established for HCCH member families to help meet an academic need. Classes are offered in core subjects with electives available as interest and available tutors allow. Due to limitations with time, facilities, and instructors, it is the purpose of SAC Day to offer academic classes only for 8th-12th grade students.
Understanding that SAC Day is not meant to replace your homeschool studies, but to enhance them, SAC Day can not meet the total academic needs of every student. Tutors provide grade only, transcript preparation remains responsibility of the parent.
We are a group of homeschoolers in and around Atascosa County and South Texas. We have field trips, co-op, park days, mom’s night out, holiday parties, and other activities that support area homeschooling families. We invite you to come join the fun!
For more information on our co-op or group, please contact one of our directors at: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Atascosa_County_Homeschoolers/
ACH Co-op Registration will be held Tuesday, August 13 from 10am to 12pm at the Trinity Baptist Church in Pleasanton. The Fall 2013 Co-op Semester begins, Tuesay September 3rd, don’t miss out! 🙂
Do you home school? Are you looking for activities and functions designed for homeschooling families?
JBSA Randolph Military Home Educators is a homeschooling group comprised of military families providing fun and enjoyable activities for its members throughout the year. Group membership is FREE and open to ALL homeschooling families. Join Us!
“Connecting with one another for the social growth of our children”