San Antonio is blessed to have so many diverse options for the social and educational support of Catholic homeschooling families! We have listed here descriptions and contact information for as many local Catholic homeschool groups as we could identify. Hopefully, this will be a way for Catholic homeschoolers new to the San Antonio area or new to homeschooling to find the support they need. If you know of any groups not on this list, please contact us!
Saint Anne Catholic Homeschool Support Group
Our official purpose is described in our Mission, but Saint Anne's currently has the following goals:
- To provide a website and email group as resources to any and all Catholic homeschooling families in and around the San Antonio area
- To offer events that encourage and equip Catholic homeschooling mothers and fathers to confidently educate their children at home
- To unite the various Catholic homeschooling groups in the area via open communication and shared fellowship
Past activities have included annual Catholic homeschooling conferences, used curriculum and book sales, and retreat days.
To become a member, all you have to do is sign up for our Yahoo group and/or Facebook group, no strings attached! Always feel free to email us with any questions or ideas, or you can call us: 210-802-9895
Logos Tutoral (NEW)
Logos Tutoral is a unique Catholic Homeschool Co-op designed for high school and advanced middle students. Logos desires to reach even more Homeschool families by converting from this year’s paid tutor-based education into a true parent-led co-op this coming fall. Planning has begun for the 2017-2018 academic year with intentions of adding 10th grade level classes to the existing 9th grade level classes. Class will meet in the Alamo Ranch area. Participation in a single class up to the full offering is available.
• Logos Tutoral offers a full curriculum to include: English, Religion, Math, Science w/ labs, Literature, History, Art, and Theater.
• Logos Tutoral meets on Thursdays from 9-4.
Logos Survey click here
For more information, please contact Kelly
Boerne Catholic Homeschoolers
Most families attend the Friday daily Mass at St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church and sometimes go to a park afterwards. Various families organize outings and gatherings throughout the year, as well.
To get on their email list or to find out more,
Catholic Alliance - New Braunfels
Catholic Alliance is a collection of homeschooling families that meet at SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, on Friday mornings during the academic year. Their activities include saint and liturgical year celebrations, children's Eucharistic Holy Hours, field trips, park days, and more!
Visit their website at
to learn more, and
with any questions!
I would like to invite all Spanish speaking homeschooling moms for a social gathering. Even if Spanish is not your primary language but you would like to converse in "Spanglish" please consider attending. We can meet during the daytime with our kids (perhaps at my home) or evening time and do a mom's night out? Our first meeting would be the second week in September, if that works for everyone. If you would like to participate, please
Me gustaría invitar a todas las mamás de habla hispana educación en el hogar para una reunión social . Incluso si el español no es su idioma principal , pero que le gustaría conversar en " spanglish ", por favor considere asistir . Podemos cumplir durante el día con nuestros hijos ( tal vez en mi casa ) o tiempo de la tarde y hacer noche de una mamá a cabo ? Nuestra primera reunión sería la segunda semana de septiembre , si eso funciona para todo el mundo . Si a usted le gustaría participar , por favor escriba Marisol .
Familiae Immaculatae is for Catholic homeschooling families that want to strengthen their faith through the sacraments and learning and also enjoy the encouragement and fellowship of other Catholic homeschooling families. Although there is time for activities, chatting and exercise, too, the half day gatherings are intended to a have a spiritual focus and should be regarded as a mini-retreat. The day begins with a Traditional Latin Mass (Tridentine), and the Sacrament Confession is available to all who attend. The group usually meets at the Mission of Divine Mercy in New Braunfels and meets the second Friday of each month during the academic year.
You can learn more about the Mission of Divine Mercy at their website www.missionofdivinemercy.org and email Shelley with questions specific to Familiae Immaculatae.
Fidelis - Northeast San Antonio
We are starting an informal Catholic homeschool group this academic year called Fidelis. To begin, we will start meeting at Stage Stop Park in Selma one afternoon a week after Labor Day. The group can develop however its participants desire! Please
if you want to check us out!
Laude Catholic Co-op
Laude Catholic Co-op is located at St. Anthony Claret Catholic Church in northwest San Antonio and emphasizes morals, strong family values, and virtue. Laude offers great opportunities to participate in a positive learning environment while making new friends and enjoying group activities. Class offerings vary each semester and are held on Thursdays during the academic year.
Laude Catholic Co-op - Sing the praises of the Lord! Email Sylvia for the upcoming semester schedule and with your questions!
These are monthly potluck gatherings where Catholic homeschooling mothers discuss topics relevant to our vocations as wives, mothers, and homeschoolers. Each month the women who attend vary, but the conversation is always encouraging and inspiring. Currently, these are held as a breakfast one Saturday morning each month northeast of San Antonio.
to sign up to receive the monthly invitations!
Our Lady of Guadalupe Co-op
This co-op meets Mondays at Our Lady of Guadalupe in Helotes during the academic year for children ages 4-13. This is a highly structured, academic co-op, based on a classical education model similar to Classical Conversations (CC). It includes weekly memorization work, History, Science, IEW, Great Book study, and our Catholic Faith woven throughout the classes. Homework is assigned each week. This is not a "drop-off" co-op. All parents have an assigned teaching, assisting, or cleaning responsibility each hour..Enrollment is on an academimc year to year basis. Enrollment for K-8 is usually open March through May for the following fall. OLG Co-op was designed to assist parents on this wonderful journey of homeschooling, and they hope to create both saints and scholars.
If you have any questions or want to visit, please email Carrie.
Regina Caeli Academy
Regina Caeli, a Classical Hybrid Education in the Classical Tradition, is a Catholic Homeschool resource center that follows the Mother of Divine Grace curriculum. They meet at St. George Maronite Catholic Church on Mondays and Thursdays during the academic year for classes, which include grades pre-K through 12th.
Learn more about the Academy at www.rcahybrid.org or email Liz, their coordinator of education, with your questions or to schedule a tour.
St. Mark's Homeschool Fun Group
This is a San Antonio Homeschool social group at St. Mark's the Evangelist Catholic Church where families do fun activities, crafts, building projects, cooking/ baking, sports, scouting, field trips, etc.
Visit their Facebook page and contact Shannon there for upcoming events!
TORCH - Traditions of Roman Catholic Homes
TORCH San Antonio is a support group to enrich the homeschooling experience of Catholic families in the San Antonio area.
Activities have included:
- Monthly Mass & Picnic
- Children's Adoration
- Feast Day Parties
- Field Trips
- Park Days
- Little Flowers & Blue Knights
- Various Clubs
- Service Projects
- Teen Activities
- Angel Meals for Member Families in Need
- Moms' Nights Out, Dads' Nights Out, Couples' Nights Out
- and more!