WANT TO LEARN MORE ABOUT HOMESCHOOLING?
Looking for straight forward answers to some of the most common questions about homeschooling? Discover the details you'll need to make an informed decision on beginning the homeschooling journey.Learn More
LEAH is a Christian organization, the members of which are like-minded home education support groups made up of families dedicated to observing the Biblical commands of Deuteronomy 6:4-10, Proverbs 22:6, and Ephesians 6:4.Learn More
Congratulations on considering homeschooling! It is an adventure! LEAH (Loving Education At Home) supports Christian homeschooling, recognizing the blessing and the work that it is. Learn more about home schooling with these FAQs.Learn More
Join other homeschooling families at one or more of LEAH’s Regional Conferences held across New York. Hear nationally recognized speakers, meet homeschool vendors and experience the homeschool movement in a new way.Learn More
LEAH’s network of homeschooling families is here to support and encourage you during every step of your homeschooling journey. Contact us today to find your local LEAH chapter or to let us know how we can help.Learn More
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2017 NYS LEAH Commencement…
April 29th, 2017 in Fulton NY…
What Parents Say
Oh - The Messenger was A.M.A.Z.I.N.G!!!! We loved it......every single page of it....it continues to be the highlight of "who gets the mail" - when it comes = JACKPOT!~Jeni, LEAH Member
LEAH has made a great difference in our lives. It's wonderful to have friends based on values and interests rather than class, age, grade, etc. As a group we know and support each other in our Christian walk and in homeschooling. We have gotten inspiration from local group members and conferences on the state level.Donna G, LEAH Member
Your page (http://www.leah.org/
resources/homeschool-links/) has some great resources I'll be able to use. Just wanted to reach out and say thanks!!
Being part of LEAH gave me the ability to meet with other moms and share ideas/concerns with them. I wasn't alone. We could encourage each other. There were veterans that could answer my questions and there were newer people that I could minister to. This helped me understand what I needed to do to teach my own children.Patti O, LEAH Member