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for SCS Families
Children's Race
Children Heaping Hands

It is important for your homeschooling success to feel supported by your family, your church, and your community. All SCS families are strongly encouraged to seek out other like-minded homeschoolers to form connections with. Parents as well as students benefit from friendship and fellowship with other families along their homeschooling journey.

Opportunities for connection may be available through your church, through social media, or by joining a local homeschooling support group. A CHEA-affiliated support group may be located through contacting CHEA (Christian Home Educators of California).


Shepherd Christian School may occasionally offer special field trips, activities or get-togethers to our member families. This is to take advantage of special rates or experiences only available for school groups and to give SCS families a chance to become acquainted. Information will be sent through email, and participation is voluntary. These opportunities are available to member families only, unless otherwise specified.

Parents are 100% responsible for their own children at all times, and participation is at their own risk. Shepherd Christian School does not offer drop-off activities or group classes.



Current Shepherd Christian School families are invited to join our private Facebook group, "SCS Families", where members can share ideas and information with each other.                                                      

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Our History


Shepherd Christian Home Educators support group began in Green Valley, California as Providence Christian Home Educators, founded by Linda Schasch in 1993. The name was changed to Shepherd Christian Home Educators in 2001. It was the longest operating homeschool support group in the Antelope Valley, with continuous operation for 30 years! SCHE is being disbanded as of January 1, 2024, as the needs of our homeschooling community have changed.

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