CHE welcomes all homeschooling families into the 2015-2016 school year. It is amazing what the Lord is doing in Johnson County and across the country. Bringing education back to the home and to the parents! With eyes wide open to the world of homeschooling in a time where even more resources are available than ever before. CHE is only one of many growing homeschool support groups in Texas. Branching out across Johnson County to tie in smaller communities and giving them the much needed support and encouraging growth and development of new homeschool support groups and services. Your family is welcomed to join at any time during the year through a membership form, no fees to participate, choose activities that fit your family's needs, and fellowhsip with like minded families.           


We are a family friendly network of private Christian Home Schools in Johnson County choosing to provide support one to another through opportunities of fellowship. Our vision is that CHEofJC's activities be an opportunity to serve one another through encouragement, fellowship, and guidance. CHE Members will get to enjoy field trips, curriculum support, family nights, mom's night out, the latest homeschool information and much more!


Family Night events are scheduled every 3 months for fellowship including CHE, their extended families and new homeschool families/friends that we meet along the way. The events are put on the calendar at the beginning of the school year, so you know when they are, what to expect, and the dinner we will be having together.

2014-2015 School Year

September--PICNIC IN THE PARK--This event is to welcome/break the ice with all veteran and new CHE members usually at a park.

December--CHE/BT Co-op Christmas Program and Italian Dinner--A wonderful Christmas program and dinner between 2 homeschool support groups right here in Johnson County.

March--Oudoor Theater and Family Picnic--An evening of skilled and talented CHE students and parents while families provide their own picnic at the park.

June--Year end party --An end of the school year get together usually at the lake with a picnic.


Also scheduled for the year and on the calendar. Pick and choose which of our field trips your family would like to attend. We do one paid field trip a month and keep it under $15 per person for the most awesome field trips with lots of goodies you can only get in a group discount. We add free field trips in on the schedule and we are always posting homeschool days at different businesses as they come up. Keep a good calendar, RSVP, pay for activities in a timely manner, and above all--Don't forget to go!!

6th Annual CHE 
CHE hosts a free public event for the community inviting businesses, clubs, orgs, private lessons, etc. that provide a service to the homeschool community to share what they have to offer to our homeschool families in Johnson and surrounding counties. Usually held at the end of July or beginning of August.    
Monday, August 3, 2015--6pm-9pm--Calvary Baptist Church Family Life Center--700 Woodard Ave, Cleburne.


For those not in the world of homeschooling others do not realize how busy us moms are. Teaching all subjects to multiple children in different age ranges, extra-curricular activities including, but not limited to sports, private lessons, clubs, etc., chauffeuring, organizing, cooking, cleaning, and general happiness of the household.

I think we deserve a special night to relax with friends. Hosted by a mom at least once a month.


Teen(13-19) and Tween(10-12) Night Out provides an opportunity for CHE students to also take a break for little brothers and sisters. We have a devotion, dinner, and provide a fun, safe evening. Also hosted by one of our teen and tween families once a month.


A play date designed with the younger age group in mind(10 and under). Hosted by parents with younger children a children's day out may consist of meeting at a park, someone's house, or a business that offers age appropriate play(Jumping Apes) once a month.  


CHE Volunteer Community Service (VCS) provides opportunities for all ages to be involved and is beneficial to the character developing in our students as well as fullfills the good citizenship requirements by the state.

---Keep Cleburne Beautiful has allowed us to participate in plantings and we have a contract(finished 2013) for keeping Hulen Park tidy by picking up loose litter and just for fun we weigh it with an average of 12 lbs per clean up and a total of over 500 lbs of trash in 2 school years. 

---Collecting items during the year beneficial to different organizations

---Operation Christmas Child Shoe Boxes

---Monthly Town Hall Estates Nursing home singing

---Items to help a local family for holidays

---Non perishables for local food banks

---Neighborhood or Church family Check In on a Shut In

---Recycle program starting with our homeschool families

---Participate in the Veteran's Day program at the American Legion in Cleburne

---Many other volunteer opportunities that our families are personally involved in.