Eta Sigma Alpha is the first honor society established exclusively for homeschooled students in Grades 9-12.. Founded in 1999 by Joanne E. Juren, M.Ed., Executive Director of the Home Education Partnership of Texas Inc., it has grown into a national organization.
Alpha Chapter – Home Education Partnership of Texas, Inc. Houston (SE), TX (7-12TH GRADES) — Joanne Juren, M.Ed. –
Gamma Chapter – Northwest Houston — Heather Garza –
Epsilon Chapter – Atascocita, Humble, Kingwood, TX — Tawnya Corbett or Valarie Lyles –
Lambda Chapter – Houston (southwest), TX — Rosie McDonald –
Omicron Chapter – SNW/W Houston Junior High Honor Society – Copperfield, Katy, Cypress area, TX — Melanie Castro –
Kappa Delta Chapter – Houston, TX — Monica Bloodworth – (CATHOLIC HOMESCHOOLERS/ARCH)
Christian Home School Athletics is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. We are a parent-run, family-oriented organization that has served the competitive athletic needs of home schooled students in the Houston area since 1994 and offer basketball, golf, and volleyball. We currently have players from Houston, Pearland, Friendswood, Clear Lake, Alvin, Manvel, League CIty, Deer Park, Pasadena, and more! San Jacinto College South provides our basketball home court and our practices take place in various locations in the Clear Lake area.
HCYA (Homeschool Christian Youth Association) is one of the oldest and largest homeschool support organizations of its kind in Texas and the United States. For over 20 years HCYA has been serving homeschoolers in the greater Houston area with a variety of programs. We currently offer a broad range of support programs for homeschooled students including: Competitive Sports, Basketball – Boys & Girls, Volleyball – Girls, Baseball – Boys, Track, Soccer .Football, Sports Day: “Fun” group sports, Graduation, and Senior Gala: Formal dinner & dancing for Seniors
The Northside Falcons is a Christian Homeschool Baseball Program based in Conroe, Texas. It was formed in 2004 to address and fulfill the desire of homeschool boys in the North Houston / Montgomery County, Texas area to participate in High School and Junior High level competitive baseball activities, including training programs, camps, tryouts and select team competition.
In 2003, Gordon and Maria Morrow, upon realizing the need for homeschool sports in North Houston and with the encouragement of several friends, started the Sports Association of Texas for Christian Homeschoolers, commonly known as SATCH. The Mavericks mascot was adopted, and SATCH began its first season with three teams in basketball. Since 2003, SATCH has fielded basketball, volleyball, football, baseball, and softball teams. Currently, SATCH offers competitive boys and girls basketball, girls volleyball, and boys and girls golf.
The West Houston Thunder baseball program provides a competitive varsity-level baseball program for boys in private, family-based education. West Houston Thunder encourages and coaches players in athletic and personal growth and provides opportunities at appropriate competitive levels. The Thunder competes at the the highest level of secondary school competition against UIL, TAPPS and SPC schools. Other programs offered include Junior Varsity, Junior High and Upper-Elementary levels.
West Houston Thunder is operated by the West Houston Homeschool Sports Association and is committed to modeling and teaching Christian character traits, including discipline, work ethic, respect and sportsmanship.
Homeschool PE is offered at the following locations:
- D. Bradley McWilliams YMCA at Cypress Creek
- Edgar A. Smith Family YMCA
- Fort Bend Family YMCA
- Katy Family YMCA
- South Montgomery County Family YMCA
- TW Davis Family YMCA
- Vic Coppinger Family YMCA