Category Archives: Support Group

Infinity Christian Academy

INFINITY CHRISTIAN ACADEMY, INC. seeks to partner with parents to provide: curriculum, direction and planning, classroom instruction, weekly lesson plans, daily assignments, periodic testing, class projects, labs, field trips, parties, and grade reports. For the students it is our goal to provide: fellowship, encouragement, challenge, coaching, positive competition, accountability, godly character development, and foster spiritual growth. We accomplish this through two days a week teacher-led classroom instruction with the remaining three days of school assignments done under the encouraging supervision of the parents at home. The parents partner with the school to mentor their children in Christian behavior, disciplined work habits, and to co-teach lessons.The essential core subjects of Math, Language Arts (English, Reading, Writing, Spelling), Science, and History, are taught on Tuesdays/Thursdays. An elective course in PE is offered after school on the same days.

Infinity Christian Academy, Inc. is a non-profit private Christian school where the best features of a traditional classroom education are combined with the strengths of parent-led schooling for the goal of academic excellence within the framework of Christian discipleship. This concept of schooling gives parents the gift of time and the ability to take a more-hands-on role in their child’s education.

Infinity Christian Academy Website

Leon Springs Presbyterian Church
23943 IH-10 West
San Antonio, Texas 78257

Telephone: 210-792-2373


Home Team Support and Fieldtrip Group

We are a Homeschool field trip group for Christians on the NE side of San Antonio, Texas and surrounding areas. We get together mostly on Thursdays and Wednesdays for play time or organized field trips AND offer fun Fridays at parks!

Our Home Teen group is part of Home Team and offers teen activities every month. Our teen group is for ages 12 to 18yrs. We often have special activities for the teens at our weekly Friday park days too!

All members must have at least one homeschooled child that is 4 years or older to enjoy the membership – as most field trips are aimed at kinder and older. We encourage all members to join in on at least one activity a month when possible. We do require that members attend at least once every 3 months.

Home Team Support and Fieldtrip Group Website


Homeschool Group: Homeschool Happenings

This is a homeschool group designed to provide information on activities in and around New Braunfels and San Antonio for homeschool families. The activities range from field trips to play days. If you are new to homeschooling, we would like to welcome you and offer you support and encourgement. This group is open to children of all ages and all stages of homeschooling. This is primarily a Christian group, but all faiths are welcome!

Homeschool Happenings Website


Home and Values Educational Network (H.A.V.E.N.)

H.A.V.E.N. stands for Home and Values Educational Network. We are a network of home schooling families in the northwest side of San Antonio who wish to foster lasting friendships and positive experiences for our children. As most of you know, we generally have a field trip each month as well as our monthly meetings. Other activities include park day, holiday parties, 4-H, kids newsletter, art exhibit, book clubs, and making a yearly scrapbook yearbook. All faiths and opinions welcome; members respect one another’s views. Meets 7 p.m. on the second Monday at the Western Hills Christian Church, 9655 Huebner Rd. at Eckhert. The whole family is welcome to attend.

HAVEN Website


Hill Country Christian Homeschoolers (H.C.C.H.)

Hill Country Christian Homeschoolers (HCCH) is an “all ages” Christian homeschooling support group that provides social and educational opportunities for families in the Bulverde/Spring Branch and surrounding areas.  The group organizes a weekly Friday afternoon parkday in Bulverde, monthly field trips and activities, and a monthly Teacher Night Out.   Our big yearly social events include a Back-to-School picnic, Christmas Caroling on the SA Riverwalk, the Annual Father-Daughter Dance and End-of-Year Showcase.


Our group also offers an optional elementary/middle school parent-led co-op and a high school-aged tutor-based co-op.  The PAC Day co-op meets on Friday mornings and offers parent-led classes for students aged PreK – 7th grade.  The SAC Day co-op meets on Mondays and is available for our 8th – 12th grade students.  The co-op offers both academic and extracurricular classes.  Class day registration is available on our website.


We invite you to come check out our Friday parkday and let your kids meet our kids!  Check out our website for more information!

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HCCH Registration
20540 HWY 46 West Suite 115-157
Spring Branch, TX 78070


Gifted Homeschool San Antonio

Gifted Homeschool San Antonio is meant to provide support for the unique needs of children who are intellectually gifted, whose needs are not being met in traditional school settings. Participants are home-schoolers, or parents considering homeschooling in the greater San Antonio area. Members of the group have children who have been identified as gifted by objective criteria, WISC-IV, WIPSII, Stanford achievement test, Stanford Binet, Weschler, cogAT, etc.

Gifted at Home Website


Family Educators Alliance of South Texas (F.E.A.S.T.)

FEAST is a non-profit, regional organization that offers support services for home schooling families in the South Texas area. FEAST offers orientations for new home schoolers, Co-op classes, Annual Convention and Curriculum Fair, Music Conservatory, Sports Program, monthly newsletter, Summer Reading Program, Scholarships, workshops and training seminars, testing services, apprenticeship opportunities, court and party/meeting room rentals, used book sales, support group contacts, activities such as Spelling Bee, Geography Bee, Debate Tournament, Science Fair, Ag Fair, as well as a bookstore stocked with over 7,000 titles. No membership fees charged or statement of faith to sign. We also offer a free, six month gift subscription to the Manna newsletter to new home schooling families.

FEAST Website


25 Burwood Ln
San Antonio, TX 78212
Voice: 210-342-4674
Fax: 210-541-8722

Families Advocating Instruction in the Texas Home (F.A.I.T.H.)

FAITH Home School Group (Families Advocating Instruction in the Texas Home) is a Christian home school support group that serves New Braunfels, Canyon Lake, Seguin, Schertz and the surrounding areas. Monthly support meetings are held on the second Tuesday of the month from 7 – 9 pm at the home of a member.

We organize a variety of activities throughout the year, such as History Fair (January), Science Fair (March), Field Day (May), plays performed by our students, craft days, field trips, museum trips, play days at local parks, and sports or game days. When the San Antonio Symphony offers its educational program, we also arrange for tickets for our members.

We have a small, but growing, resource library for our members. Our holdings include books and cassette tapes on a variety of teaching methods and curricula.

We have a monthly newsletter and a Yahoo egroup. The newsletter contains information about FAITH’s activities and other home school activities in the area. Dues are $10 per year. For more information or to join, email us at

F.A.I.T.H. Website

Educational Network for Academics, Arts, and Character Training (E.N.A.A.C.T)

E.N.A.A.C.T. Family Academy is a university-model co-op for homeschool families, Our New Braunfels facility is equipped with 25 classrooms, including a science lab, art, music and dance studios, library, computer lab, and lecture rooms with white boards and classroom seating for 6 to 16 students in each room. We offer about 170 different academic and elective classes each semester, taught by both parents who volunteer their area of specialization and professional paid instructors. Due to parent participation, many of our classes are free, or only have a small supply fee. Registration fee $25-$40 per semester, parent participation encouraged, drop-off tuition also available. Most classes are taught by parent volunteers, but some are studio-quality classes offered by professional instructors.

Social events, reading contest, presidential physical fitness, student ID’s, yearbook, standardized testing, grading, honor roll, transcripts, honor society, community service, SAT Prep, science fair, art show, and dual credit classes (for those who qualify) are just some of the programs available to ENAACT students. The students have weekly chapel, and enjoy a recreational lunchtime together each co-op day. High School Juniors and Seniors also have Prom and Graduation. Parents and students work together to coordinate these activities, with the goal of honoring the Lord in all that we do.

E.N.A.A.C.T. “Educational Network for Academics, Arts, and Character Training” is a non-profit ministry of Tree of Life Church and is open to all Christian homeschoolers. We are a university-model parent cooperative, using the talents and resources of parents as teachers and helpers whenever possible. For parents who are unable to participate, enrollment by tuition is also available. For more information about ENAACT, go to

ENAACT Website

Tree of Life Church
5513 IH 35-S
New Braunfels, TX 78130

Phone: (830) 626-0320
Fax: (830) 626-2614

Christian Homeschool Co-op of Wilson County

CHCWC is a conservative Christian homeschooling co-op made up of families who reflect a variety of Christian faiths. Working together with mutual respect, we provide parent-led classes to enrich our children’s education in a safe and nurturing environment, allowing both children and adults the opportunity for positive socialization.

Our CHCWC classes are intended to supplement a full homeschool curriculum. We encourage all of our families to be compliant with the homeschooling guidelines in Texas. Therefore, while some of our classes are academic in nature, none are designed to replace quality teaching at home. Please look over our class descriptions to see the variety of academic and non-academic classes we offer this semester.

CHCWC meets on Mondays in La Vernia, Texas, at Immanuel Lutheran Church. The church is located at 310 Seguin St., LaVernia, TX 78121. We have two semesters per year, one in the Fall, and one in the Spring. Each semester is 12 weeks long.

To join CHCWC, new families must participate in an interview with the directors of the co-op. Please contact Zahida Hrenyk at to set up an interview.

Christian Homeschool Co-op of Wilson County Website