Homeschool and Co-Op Options in the Fort Worth Area

Fort Worth Moms (FWM) is proud to bring you “Homeschool and Co-Op Options in the Fort Worth Area.” Whether you are searching for a weekly community, enrichment classes, field trip opportunities, or something else, we have featured home educational resources all across Tarrant County to help you find the right fit for your family.

Feeling a bit overwhelmed at the thought of homeschooling? Let us help! Our articles, “So You’re Thinking About Homeschooling” and “The Homeschool Choice,” will give you a gentle nudge and tons of inspiration.

This guide is proudly sponsored by Tarrant County College Connect.

Click on the tabs below to find homeschool resources in your local area. 

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Are your teens ready for advanced classes, but you aren’t? Are they ready to try a more formal learning environment? Partner with Tarrant County College Connect Campus! 

You’re chosen to homeschool because you want to give your children more than other schools can: 

  • More control over curriculum.
  • More individualized attention.
  • More guidance in developing interests.

As they get older, TCC can give you even more:

  • More advanced classes.
  • More subjects to explore.
  • More opportunities for academic success.

High school-aged students can enroll in college-level classes at TCC to get ahead of their peers, explore advanced and varied subjects or just get a head start on their college or vocational track. Through TCC’s unique campus, TCC Connect, all your teen’s classes are available online. No struggling to coordinate schedules or driving to campus several times per week. 

New classes start every month and last for four weeks, eight weeks, 12 weeks, or 16 weeks and are led by an instructor who has been certified to teach engaging online courses. Some classes are even classified as dual credit. Upon successful completion, your child will earn credit toward both high school and college requirements. 

Don’t see your homeschool community? Email [email protected] to be added to our listing.