Join one of the Homebuilders Sub-Groups and get connected!

Below is a list of the sub-groups and their leaders.

Our group leaders change, from time to time, and will be updated regularly. 

Homebuilders Members Sub-Groups/Contacts

HSLDA Group Discount Coordinator
Homebuilders members receive a discount when joining or renewing with HSLDA (Homeschool Legal Defense Association).
 
Contact: 
Jill Combs - kjcombs89@sbcglobal.net




Homebuilders Yearbook
A professional looking yearbook documenting Homebuilders sub-groups, activities, classes, and families produced by our high school students.

Contact: 
Jill Combs - kjcombs89@sbcglobal.net  
Nicole Mendez - nicchk1@comcast.net
Homeschool Harvesters 
The Homechool Harvesters grow yummy vegetables and learn about gardening at the Smith Farm (400 Diablo Road) in Brentwood. The cost is $40 per family. The group meets Friday mornings beginning when the rains stop--usually late April into early May and ends in October with a tomato fight. Families should come prepared for hard work during the hot summer with the rewards of fresh produce beginning in late June to October. Younger children need to be properly supervised (work with a parent) as this is a working farm with lots of animals and equipment. 

Contact: 
Jenny Smith - smithier@sbcglobal.net
Lisa Bramblett - Rynoma@sbcglobal.net 
Shine 
Shine is a social group for Kindergarten-2nd grade. This group is for support, getting our kids together, and loving GOD! 

Contact:
Katie White - moxiewhite@yahoo.com
Family Park Day
Park Day is an all ages activity, that meets monthly, at various parks in Antioch, Brentwood, and Oakley.

Contact: 
Jesi Pitzer - preceptchristianacademy@yahoo.com
Rock 345 
Rock 345 is a social group for 3rd-5th grades. The vision of this group is to provide a consistent social gathering for our kids; and to help them enjoy homeschooling that much more. Having friends and doing "fun" events enhances their homeschool experience. 

Contact: 
Jesi Pitzer - preceptchristianacademy@yahoo.com 

Focus
A support group for parents of children (K–12) with various learning challenges.
 
 
Contact: 
Nicole Mendez - nicchk1@comcast.net
Gel
Gel is a social group for Middle School students (grades 6th-8th).  We learn together, play together, and serve together. 

Contact: 
Sarah Ark - psark03@gmail.com
His Kids Co-op 
A homeschool co-op whose purpose is to support homeschool families by providing opportunities to learn, fellowship, and support each other in a Christ-centered environment. 

Contact: 
Jennifer Fuller - momof3seasons@yahoo.com 
Jacqui Graydon - busyjacqui@aol.com 
Melissa Armstrong - marmstrong9802@yahoo.com 
Alive
Alive is a social group for homeschooled high schoolers (grades 9th-12th). Our events include a progressive dinner, a costume party, bowling, game, and movie nights. Parents are involved in the planning, hosting, chaperoning, and carpooling for this group. We meet approximately once a month, from September to June, on the 3rd Friday of the month. 

Contact:
Margaret Baughman - jbbaughman@comcast.net
Ligia Stockwell - lmstockwell@yahoo.com
Grace Co-op
The Grace Co-op is designed to provide supplemental learning for families to complement what they are doing at home. Parents rotate to teach in the classes in which they have kids. We strive to have an environment that both promotes learning and relationship building among families that seek to glorify God in all they do.

Contact:
Julie Froisland - jnjfroisland@sbcglobal.net 
Jesi Pitzer - preceptchristianacademy@yahoo.com
Homebuilders Annual Banquet
We want to provide a fun, safe, and Christian environment to recognize our high school seniors. This is a formal event -for grades 9th through 12th-that includes a delicious dinner, dance instruction, fun photo opportunities and dancing. There are service opportunities for 7th and 8th grade students. Alumni are welcome to attend. 

Contact:
Jacqui Graydon - busyjacqui@aol.com
Meal Coodinator
Scheduling meals for those in need due to a new baby or family emergency. This allows member families to minister to other member families during challenging times. 

Contact: 
Cindy Clancy - puppiesandpooh@gmail.com 


Curriculum Sale & Swap
This is an annual event, usually held in June, to help members sell, buy, or give away educational items, books, and curriculum. 

Contact:  Nicole Mendez - nicchk1@comcast.net

Other Homeschool-Friendly Groups in Our Community

American Heritage Girls
American Heritage Girls is a Christ centered character development scouting experience for girls from K through High School. Troop CA1334 meets 2nd and 4th Tuesdays at Laurel Ridge Community Church in Oakley. Our troop is largely homeschooled; however, we meet at a time that permits those enrolled in public or private schools to participate as well. For more information please see the American Heritage Girls website at www.ahgonline.org 

Contact: 
Shannon Shirley - mamashirley22@gmail.com
Classical Conversations
Our mission is "To know God and to make Him known" by utilizing the model of a Christian, classical education. We hold weekly classes, led by homeschool parents, for K/4 through high school. We encourage parents by building community as well as providing training. To find more information about Classical Conversations go to: www.classicalconversations.com 

Contact: 
Karen Reiss - kreiss@classicalconversations.com 


Trail Life USA 
Trail Life USA is a Christ-centered outdoor adventure, leadership, and character development ministry for boys from K through High School. Troop CA 2238 meets 2nd and 4th Tuesdays at Brentwood Bible Fellowship in Brentwood. For more information please see the Trail Life USA website at https://www.traillifeusa.com/. 

Contact: 
Tim Sweetnam –  tims@orangeev.com
Pinnacle Speech and Debate club 
We are a homeschool speech and debate club that prepares privately homeschooled middle and high school students for competition in the Stoa homeschool league. In today's world it is important for our students to discern and speak out truth. We help students learn and practice public speaking skills in an encouraging environment. 

Contact: 
Edna Herink  -  erhnz-debate@yahoo.com
High School Discipleship
Discipleship is designed for high schoolers to meet in a small group setting to promote faith, fun, and fellowship through discussion, theme nights, and games. The materials we use are designed to help arm our teens with the skills and information they need to stand for Christ in a world that is hostile to Him. Our group meets bi-monthly in Oakley.

Contact: 
James & Julie Froisland - jnjfroisland@sbcglobal.net





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