ENRICHri, a Rhode Island Home Education Community, has very thoroughly outlined the necessary steps to begin homeschooling. On their website you’ll find a Quick Start Guide, State Statutes, information in Espanol, Sample Letters, FAQs, Videos, & Homeschool Resources. Additionally, ENRICHri stands in solidarity with the fight against systemic racism. Black Lives Matter.
The Woonsocket Harris Public Library supports the homeschool community.
We partner with various organizations to deliver specialized, homeschool specific content. On our virtual platform, Beanstack, you’ll find various programs to compliment your studies. Rhode Island History: Industrialization, in which we partnered with The Museum of Work and Culture, has been one of our most popular programs. Rhode Island History is a required subject for all Rhode Island students, homeschoolers included.
Free Curriculum Resources
Attleboro Area Homeschoolers A group of families that welcomes all homeschoolers in many communities in southeastern Massachusetts and northern Rhode Island. The main purpose of the Attleboro Area Homeschoolers is to give homeschooling families in our area the support necessary to begin the homeschooling experience.
ENRICHri An inclusive, non-religious community which provides support, friendship, and guidance for homeschooling families in Southern New England and promotes homeschooling within the greater community.
RIGHT Established in the 80s, RIGHT currently serves over 300 homeschooling families in the Rhode Island area. We desire to support and encourage parents as they homeschool their children. We offer state and local events. RIGHT operates on the basis of biblical principles by upholding the Judeo-Christian ethic.
Many organizations offer educator discounts to homeschoolers. Always double check.
Barnes & Noble “The Barnes & Noble Educator Program offers Pre-K through Grade 12 educators, librarians, and homeschoolers a 20% discount off the publisher’s list price on select items that we consider suitable for use in the classroom or with the student population, including most hardcover and paperback books, toys, and games.”