Homeschool Facebook Groups in the QCA

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Below is a list of local Facebook Groups in & around the Quad Cities Area. If we missed your favorite group, please let us know in the comments so we can get them added!

Quad Cities Homeschool Coalition

facebook.com/groups/334022040077147/

A group for homeschoolers in the Quad Cities and surrounding areas to share information about upcoming events, useful websites, curriculum, helpful resources, and more.


Quad City Homeschool Swap

facebook.com/groups/236304656489240/

This group is for homeschooling families to buy, sell, and giveaway items related to homeschooling.


QCA Secular Homeschool Group

facebook.com/groups/qcasecularhomeschool

This group is primarily geared toward families who are homeschooling for reasons other than religion and who are looking for an alternative to religious homeschool groups.


MCAD – A Quad Cities Homeschool Group

www.facebook.com/groups/2240469396155230

MCAD stands for Middle Childhood and Development; this group is geared towards homeschoolers around the ages of 6-12 years old. While ages 6-12 are the main focus of this group through events and activities planned, younger and older siblings are always welcome to be a part of activities.


QCA Homeschool Community

facebook.com/groups/QCAHomeschooling/

This group is comprised of homeschooling families meant to foster a sense of community, friendship, and positive education.


Geneseo Homeschooling

facebook.com/groups/309345800102558/

This is a group for those normally in the Geneseo School District to be able to come together for homeschooling ideas, activities, meet-ups, and more.


Homeschool Meetup Group – Clinton, IA and Surrounding Area

facebook.com/groups/207179035506554/

This is a secular group for homeschooling families in the Clinton County Area to meet up and play.


QCA Homeschool Families with Teens

facebook.com/groups/385803115481989/

This is a secular group for homeschooling families with teens in the Quad Cities and surrounding areas. Activities are geared towards teens to get together and get to know each other.

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