Support Groups and Co-Ops

Types of Groups and Co-Ops

  • Open Membership
  • Limited Membership
  • Co-Ops
  • Philosophically Based
  • Schools-Tutorial
  • Church Based
  • Sports Programs
  • Community Based

Why Should I join a support group?

They offer like-minded families the opportunity to get together for field trips, mom’s meetings and activities. Some are based on educational philosophies or are simply a way for families to connect. They also help families stay informed of actions each individual family may need to take in regard to legislation that would adversely affect home school freedoms.

THE Leadership Coalition currently serves over 34 groups in the Northeast OK. Area. The groups listed on this page are accepting new members.

If you are looking for a church based or limited membership support group, you may contact Linda Duntley at 322-3984 for a referral.

Faith Educational Alliance

Melanie Walenciak

We are a family based Christian support group for the Tulsa area. We have coops, extra classes, monthly family activities, living history events, a variety of children’s clubs, field trips and more. We have fellowships for both moms and dads as well. We alternate between monthly business/support meetings and informal workshops. We have an active online bulletin board and an email newsletter. Dues are $20 with a signed Statement of Faith.

Green Country HERO: Serving Tulsa,Owasso. Bixby, Sand Springs,Broken Arrow,
Jenks, Sperry, Collinsville,Glenpool, Skiatook and Catoosa

GC HERO was established to provide support for homeschoolers in th greater
Tulsa area. The group is open to all homeschhlers and is Christian based. We
provide a wide Variety of social and educational opportunities all organized by
group members,. Benefits include the following: A Monthly newsletter, member
directory, use of our lending library, HSLDA discount, monthly based boys and
girls club activities, meetings for mutual support, special speakers, and moms
night out.OCHEC affliated. Members must fill out an application and pay dues to

Teens involved and graduation offered.

Dawn Osborn is our Outreach Officer @ 918-261-4688. Our website is

Victory Home Educators

Victory Homeschoolers is a support group for both members and non-members of Victory Christian Center. Members must be in agreement with Victory’s Statement of Faith and agree to volunteer for a job. Dues are $30 for VCC members and $35 for non-VCC members.

Heartland Home Educators

Leader’s Email

Heartland Home Educators is dedicated to providing information, resources, and support to like-minded Christian homeschooling families in Owasso, Skiatook, and the surrounding areas. HHE offers co-op classes with both academic and extra-curricular classes on Tuesdays in Owasso and Fridays in Skiatook. We also offer field trips, holiday parties, and an end-ofthe-year program. The group has about 70 families and is open to new members. For more information, please check out

Contact information: Desiree Palm at


Heritage Homeschool Co-Op Heritage Homeschool Co-Op of Owasso is a support group for
homeschool families in Owasso, Oklahoma and its surrounding areas (i.e. – Collinsville, Oologah,
Claremore, Verdigris Valley, Skiatook and Sperry). To become a member of our Co-Op, you must register with our Membership Coordinator and pay yearly dues. We encourage active participation in our Co-Op to receive its fullest benefit. Our Co-Op offers field trips, holiday parties, school pictures, fellowship activities, monthly support meetings, Moms Night Out, family events and special guest speakers. For more information, please visit our website at

Limited Enrollment Schools/Tutorials

Augustine Christian Academy

Augustine Christian Academy is a non-denominational, Classical School dedicated to helping parents
prepare their children to follow God’s calling in their lives. Although the school offers a full-time program for parents who chose this option, it has always offered parents the choice of sending their students for as many or as few classes as they wish. SAA is unique in its classical approach, but it is also unique in how well it welcomes and supports home-schooled students. Students who are enrolled in at least one class have the opportunity to participate in many other school functions including athletic and academic competitions, house parties and activities, performing arts productions, chapels, Bible study groups, House leadership, and even graduation ceremonies. This makes SAA ne of the best values in town for home schooling families. Contact the school at 832-4600 or through its web site at for more information

Christian Education Alliance Single Classes Now Available
Christian Education Alliance (C.E.A.) is a unique education ministry to home school families in the Tulsa metro area. Founded in 1994, the organization’s mission is to provide limited classroom instruction to home school children, thus helping parents provide an solid academic foundation for their children. The program is committed to the promotion of godly character. Classroom instruction is limited to Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays; most of the students’ time is spent at home under the supervision of their parents. Approximately 50 families are involved with C.E.A. Interested families submit an application for an interview and enrollment. See the website for additional information on fees, class size, etc.

Contact information:
Christian Education Alliance
840 W. 81st St.
Tulsa, OK 74132

Classical Conversations
If you are a veteran homeschooler or even just considering homeschooling, you may
want to know about a model of education that has transformed western civilization:
the classical model of education. The classically educated child is in good company;
Shakespeare, C.S. Lewis, and the Founding Fathers were all educated by using this
timeless method. If you’d like to hear about how the classical model can be
reclaimed in your homeschool, we invite you to attend an Information Meeting for
Classical Conversations


Grace Church (9610 South Garnet Road, Broken Arrow or near 96th and Garnet)
RSVP to Tera Laird at 512-563-9665 or

Victory Contact : Kim Ford

South Tulsa: Andrea Hogue


Broken Arrow First Church of the Nazarene (near 101st & Elm) 401 W. New Orleans

Contact Cheryl Palmer

Sports Programs

Green Country Defenders

Competitive athletic program for homeschooled athletes. Currently offering boys and girls basketball and baseballh in all age divisions. If you ave any questions please contact Stephanie Hough  at 605- 7905 or hough

NOAH Sports Program

Noah has a wide variety of sports programs including tackle football, basketball, baseball, firearms shooting, golf and more.


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