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Black Homeschoolers of Central Florida, Inc. exists solely to inform, educate, and help other homeschooling families, namely those of color, in the Central Florida area, the State of Florida, and around the United States. Black Homeschoolers of Central Florida, Inc. executes that mission by providing classes, guest speakers in career fields, field trips, hosting an annual graduation/awards ceremony, a lending library, informative communications, support, motivation, family to family connections, and connections to other support groups at the local and state level. Black Homeschoolers of Central Florida empowers our children and inspires parents to harness the power within to educate their children. This organization is not affiliated with any one religion and is open to people of all faiths. Black Homeschoolers of Central Florida is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization. 


Where Passion and Dedication Meet

Our dedicated team of experienced professionals are at the heart of what we do, utilizing their unique skills and passion to move the work of our Non-Profit Organization forward. Without them, Black Homeschoolers of Central Florida, Inc. would not be where it is today. Meet some of our team members below.




Rasheeda Denning, a homeschooling mom since 1998, created Black Homeschoolers of Central Florida, Inc. in 2009 because her family was tired of the lack of diversity, lack of support, and isolation they felt within the homeschooling community. "Our family's experience became the catalyst for me to create a safe space for Black families to connect, build friendships, learn and grow together. I was very intentional with naming our organization, in hopes that families would find us. In this beautiful space, families have found support, motivation, and comfort in sharing experiences unique to the Black community and the education of Black children. A Village has been formed, and I am forever grateful to see our children flourishing in an environment where their culture and history is celebrated and explored. It has been my passion to use our platform to bring homeschooling awareness to parents as a legal and viable option to educating their children."



Enrollment Coordinator/ Executive Team

A well-respected member of the Black Homeschoolers of Central Florida, Inc. team, Toi  Bynes has been a part of BHCFL since 2015.  As part of the Executive Team, she plays a vital role in shaping our vision and programs. "Being a part of this Village means everything to our family.

It means representation, belonging, celebrating our history, having community, and so much more. We’ve made lifelong connections with other families, experienced so many amazing adventures, and daily feel the love and support to continue on our homeschooling journey. We are thankful to be a part of this community and look forward to many more years of connecting, building, learning, and growing together with our BHCFL Family!"

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Parent Workshops Facilitator/Homeschool Coach

"The ease of starting a homeschool does not always translate into the ease of running and/or maintaining a homeschool.

As a Certified Parent Educator, I can help you tap into your inner "Child Development Specialist" to keep your child's natural thirst for knowledge & discovery alive.  As a Veteran Homeschooling Parent, I can help you tap into your inner "Teacher" to create a child-

centered environment conducive to learning. As a Pediatric Nurse, I can help you tap into your inner "Child Advocate"  to follow-up on health concerns that could make learning difficult for your child & get the services they need. 

Our Community Partners

We LOVE our Community Partners! Thank You 
For Your Generous Contributions!
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EHEP( Equity in Home Education Program)

Sam's Club


Daytona State College Science Club, Women in Science & Engineering(WISE)

Stetson University Center for Community Engagement (CCE) Bonner Program

Sarah George Trust Fund 

Florida Agriculture in the Classroom 

Heintzelman Employee Club Fund at Central Florida Foundation (CFF).

VELA Education Fund

Orlando Ballet

Building Our Community Brick by Brick!

Guided by our commitment to supporting homeschooling families, Black Homeschoolers of Central Florida, Inc. is working hard to create a central location for homeschooling families to find the resources they need. That’s where you can help! Your contribution of buying a brick or a corporate tile gets us one step closer to fulfilling that dream of having our own building that will serve all homeschooling families in the Greater Central Florida area. 

We want to recognize your contribution and what better way than having a legacy brick or tile that commemorates your generosity. We are building our community brick by brick. Your personalized bricks will line the pathway to our entrance and  your inscribed tile will make up our donor wall. Your purchase can be a wonderful gift of remembrance celebrating the people and milestones that are important in your life. Leave a permanent legacy and show your commitment to a stronger, united community by purchasing a BRICK or TILE today to support our BHCFL Building Fund!

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