BLACK HOMESCHOOLERS OF CENTRAL FLORIDA, INC. WELCOMES YOU
Black Homeschoolers of Central Florida, Inc. is a village, a place that homeschoolers call home. We provide a safe, supportive, and learning environment for our homeschooling families, which is especially important for families of color that may not get the support they need in other places.
We provide classes, resources and information, options, and events curtailed to meet the needs of our families. At BHCFL, families find a welcoming village environment that provides support and guidance, and equips the parents with the skills & confidence they need to be successful on their homeschooling journey. Our youth flourish in an environment where their culture and
history is celebrated and explored. This village encourages education, self love, and growth. Not only does Black Homeschoolers of Central Florida help build friendships, but in our village, friends become family.
It Takes A Village!
Since its founding in 2009, Black Homeschoolers of Central Florida, Inc. has made tremendous community impact!
Black Homeschoolers of Central Florida, Inc. has been serving the Greater Central Florida homeschool community since 2009, providing support, classes, field trips and learning opportunities, along with hosting events for homeschooled youth grades Pre-K-12th.
Our organization offers in-person and virtual classes and have established Youth and Parent Clubs including 4-H, Science and Art Clubs, Public Speaking and Leadership Club, Science National Honor Society Club, and a homeschool (WISE) Women in Science and Engineering Club in partnership with Daytona State College WISE Club.
Not only does Black Homeschoolers of Central Florida, Inc. provide for the youth, but also their families. There are programs like the BHCFL Parent Book Club, Parent Workshops, BHCFL Family Retreat Week, and out-of-state and out-of-country trips for families to connect, bond, learn and grow together.
Our programs of focus are the BHCFL African Cultural Arts Program, BHCFL Outdoor Recreational Program, BHCFL Community Garden and Food Cooperative, The Lending Library, The Graduation/Awards Ceremony, our Fencing and Golf Program, Community Service, and the Guests/Classes/Field Trips Program which includes our Tutoring & College Preparatory Program, Work Readiness, and our Parent Workshops & Coaching.
These efforts reflect the commitment BHCFL makes to homeschooled youth and their families, supporters, and the communities we serve to close the opportunity gap for those who need us most.
The core of our work lies in the continuous passion and dedication we bring to the range of projects we take part in. Please join us by supporting our efforts to make a meaningful difference in the lives of others.
Black Homeschoolers of Central Florida receives VELA Education Fund Next Step Grant!
We are super excited to share some amazing news with you! Out of over 130 applicants, Black Homeschoolers of Central Florida, Inc. was one of 11 selected as a VELA Education Fund Next Steps Grant Recipient receiving $50,000! This grant helps us get closer to our dream Homeschool Resource Center and expansion of programs! Stay tuned!
- Wed, May 08DeLandMay 08, 2024, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PMDeLand, 815 S Alabama Ave, DeLand, FL 32724, USA
- Wed, May 08The Sanborn CenterMay 08, 2024, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PMThe Sanborn Center, 815 S Alabama Ave, DeLand, FL 32724, USA
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Black Homeschoolers of Central Florida, Inc. EIN: 81-3448261
Email: email@example.com Phone: (386)837-6270, (386)259-0098
Mailing Address: 1067 West Seagate Drive Deltona, Florida 32725-2276
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