Homeschooling is HARD


Let's be honest, there are days we'd just "rather not," days we feel we're doing amazing, and other days we wish we had some help. Drop-off classes, anyone? Making connections within our homeschooling community and local businesses can open the doors to resources and services you never knew were available and help you in your homeschooling journey.


No one has to make this journey alone. Get connected today!

With a little support ...


Whether you're a veteran homeschooling parent or just starting out, we all have those moments where we need help, NOW! Yes, having a community of other homeschoolers is a wonderful help, but are you aware of the many resources and tools your community has to offer as well? Throw a little support to your local business owners too by taking advantage of services and classes in your own neighborhood.  Choice Education Network, Inc works to find local businesses, we call them Network Partners, that are willing to work with our homeschooling community to offer classes, workshops, job shadow/internships, or act as mentors and supporting friends of our mission.  Having the support of the community helps not only our homeschool families, but raises awareness of our amazing business friends.

Feel empowered!


There's nothing we can't accomplish or overcome when we feel confident, prepared and supported in our endeavors. Parents wish to empower their children with education and tools for success, but parents need some tools and resources, also.  Get connected, find the support you need and equip and empower your homeschool for tools of success.

Amy  Chiodo
Amy Chiodo
Founder’s Note 


Homeschooling has been one of the hardest decisions of my life, but I wouldn't trade it for anything. It is my dream to build up a community of families and businesses with the common interest of providing the best opportunities for our children to succeed in the world. Skills in work ethic, communication, to think and reason, operate and design modern technology,  a chance to explore their interests and hobbies and, most importantly, to strive to make the world a better place through service are things I wish for my own children. I wish to connect our communities so we can better utilize the resources available to support both families and local commerce. I feel a connected, educated and supportive community is a powerful one capable of overcoming and building anything!