Alberta Homeschooling Association

Our Mission

Alberta Homeschooling offers support, information and advocacy in order to grow homeschooling in the Province of Alberta

Our Vision

Alberta Homeschooling advocates for equitable, sustainable funding and reduced regulation. Our vision is to seek the same opportunities for homeschoolers that school children already enjoy. We believe that teachers are education professionals in the classroom and parents are educational professionals in the home.

Free Membership

We are a grassroots community that runs on donations and fund-raising. We don't need a lot of money to get things done.

To become a member, just sign up for our newsletter. You will be anonymous and not be listed on a facebook group. We will keep you posted on government updates and changes in the homeschooling landscape.

Who We Represent

We are inclusive and welcome anyone interested in homeschooling or learning more about this exciting, growing educational alternative.

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learning is fun

Do you have a child that is unmotivated in school? (It's not your child or the teacher's fault!)

Are you worried that the school curriculum is not relevant in today's society? (We still do not have mandatory coding lessons. This website was coded by homeschoolers.)

Do you think your child would thrive if you pulled them out, but are scared to homeschool?

Don't worry - you can do it! You will not mess your child's education up! Every parent homeschools their child from birth to at least age six. You can continue!

We are a non-profit community of people interested in homeschooling in Alberta. Welcome! We are pro-education and believe that academic and social learning occurs outside the four "B"s of school systems: buildings, buses, budgets and bottoms-in-seats. School is only one way to acquire an education. There are many others ways to learn and home education is a valid method which enhances children's innate love of learning.

Article 26 Universal Declaration of Human Rights

1. Everyone has the right to education. Education shall be free, at least in the elementary and fundamental stages.

2. Education shall be directed to the full development of the human personality and to the strengthening of respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms. It shall promote understanding, tolerance and friendship among all nations, racial or religious groups, and shall further the activities of the United Nations for the maintenance of peace.

3. Parents have a prior right to choose the kind of education that shall be given to their children.