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Knox County:

Classical Conversations


Meets on Fridays


Truth Trekkers Christian Homeschool Co-op-K-12th Grade

Meets on Mondays at Fort Hill Baptist Church

Sevier Ave., Knoxville


Trinity Christian Academy
-Facebook group
Meets on Mondays at Trinity Community Church

Central Ave Pike, Knoxville

Thursday Connection-K-12th Grade
Meets on Thursdays at First Cumberland Presbyterian Church

Nubbin Ridge Rd, Knoxville

River’s Edge Christian Academy-K4-12th Grade
Meets on Mondays, Wednesdays & Thursday at 3 locations in Knoxville
Call 865-212-5575 or email

Master’s Mondays-6th-12th Grade
Meets on Mondays at West Park Baptist Church

Middlebrook Pike, Knoxville

Oak Grove Homeschool Cooperative-Pre-K-8th Grade

Meets on Monday-Thursday (Fridays for Friday U Elective Classes)

Cokesbury Church, Kingston Pike, Knoxville
Call 865-444-4574

Quest Academy Homeschool Co-op-Infant-12th Grade group
Meets on Tuesdays at Virtue Church, Virtue Rd, Farragut
Call 865-604-2070 or email


Heart Christian Academy-Knoxville Campus-Jr K-8th Grade
Knoxville campus Facebook Group-
Call 865-229-6075 or email
Meets at Parkway Baptist Church


Freedom Home Educators
Call 865-384-7631 or email

Adventure Homeschoolers of East TN Field Trip And Co-op Group (20+) Adventure Homeschoolers of East TN Field Trip And Co-op Group | Facebook)    (Heiskell)


Discovery Co-op-K-12th Grade
Meets on Wednesdays at First Cumberland Presbyterian Church

Nubbin Ridge Rd, Knoxville
Call 865-661-4967 or email


Cedar Springs Homeschool Group

Cedar Springs Presbyterian Homeschool Mothers Group


Classical Conversations-K4-12th Grade
Knoxville, Farragut, Lenoir City, Maryville, Oak Ridge locations


Penelope Whaley classes -- Weekly classes for middle & high school

Hickey Rd, Knoxville


CEEC -- Christian -- Weekly classes for K-12th grades 


Shelley Powers Classical Academy

Broadwood Dr, Knoxville


The Schole Fellowship -- K-12th grade classes such as art, history, memory work, English Grammar and composition, science, Bible, great books/Western Culture. Meets at Fellowship Church

8000 Middlebrook Pike, Knoxville

Anderson County:

Classical Conversations Oak Ridge and Hardin Valley Area


Meets on Tuesdays


Blount County:


Raising Arrows Homeschool Fellowship-Infant-12th Grade
Meets on Mondays in Seymour and Fridays in Central Maryville
Call 425-344-1566 or email


Blount Home Education Association
Meets on Mondays (high school) & Wednesdays (elementary and middle) in Maryville

offers support group, activities, field trips, clubs, enrichment classes


Alcoa Maryville Church of God Homeschool Ministry- K-8th Grade

East Lamar Alexander Pkwy, Maryville

Bezalel Fine Arts Co-op
Meets on Tuesdays at Beech Grove Baptist Church, Louisville, TN

Classical Conversations-K4-12th Grade
Knoxville, Farragut, Lenoir City,  Maryville, Oak Ridge locations



Surrounding Areas:


AliYah Academy

Resource Center 1st North St, Morristown

Call 865-297-6940

Axis Academy -- Math and Computer study labs


Edge Co-op-K-12th Grade
Meets on Tuesdays at Seymour Heights Christian Church

Boyds Creek Hwy, Seymour


SailAway Learning & Academy!/sailawaylearning

Armour Rd, Kingston

Call 865-376-7005 or email

Harriman Baptist Tabernacle Homeschool Co-op-K-12th Grade
Meets on Wednesdays at Harriman Baptist Tabernacle

Old Roane St, Harriman
Call 865-882-5808 or email

Covenant Christian School-Lenoir City campus-PreK-12th Grade
Meets at the old Country Kinfolk Barn, Hickman St, Lenoir City
Email or call 509-768-6645


Crossroads Christian Academy-K4-12th Grade

Martel Rd, Lenoir City
Call 865-986-9823 or email

Lakeway Heritage Community Co-op-K-12th Grade
Meets on Tuesdays at Grace Community Church

McGuire Rd, New Market, TN

Forever Family Homeschoolers-Infant-12th Grade
Meets on Fridays - Fairview Rd, Corryton






Area Facebook Groups:

East Tennessee Homeschool Connection-Facebook Group


Mask-Free Christian Homeschoolers Knox & Blount County, Tennessee-Facebook group – no enrichment classes but LOTS of support and meetups



Please contact any group you are interested in for the latest information.  This list is not conclusive, and we welcome new listings at


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Support Groups

What's the Difference?

These Groups are a great way to meet like minded friends and find the support you need in teaching a subject or simply getting ideas for your homeschooling. They are all very different , contact the groups or instructors directly to find one that fits your needs and style.

Co-ops are generally parents that get together to share knowledge, skills, and resources to teach classes in groups. Most require parent participation of some kind. They are usually reasonably priced classes due to the shared parent help.

Tutorials  hired teachers or tutors for a small group, such as pod schools or hybrid homeschools. Parents are less likely required to participate in a tutorial and it may be a drop off situation if desired. For the sake of this list we are including any type of paid instruction. These can be small groups or private tutors and types of classes  can range widely. They usually cost more due to the hired tutor or instructor but are usually worth it for the specialized help.

Support Groups are usually social groups for parents or families. Some may have structured activities for the children others may be a mom's group to share ideas or just take a break. These are generally free or very low cost.

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