Welcome to the Frisco Home is School website. We are glad you stopped by. Frisco HIS is a support group for moms of homeschoolers and their kids in the greater Frisco, TX area. Annual membership dues for June 1, 2019-May 31, 2020 are $45. We can't wait to get to know you but I can assure you, we have something for students of all ages and for you as a mom, too. We have made some of our best friends at Frisco HIS and our children have as well. It just seems an instant bond is formed when we start talking about curriculum, coffee, dirty dishes, discipline issues, well- you get the picture.
Hope to see you soon!
History of Frisco HIS
Frisco Home is School began in 1995 when a handful of moms began meeting together in an upstairs room of The Abbey Cafe in Frisco, TX. They had all chosen to educate their children at home, and desired to meet together for encouragement, fellowship, and to share ideas. Today Frisco HIS has added many families and several sub groups including Mom's Connections, Frisco HIS Drama Club, Chess Club, LEGO Club, HIS Kids, Middle School and High School groups and more. We are a non-profit, volunteer led home school organization serving those who live in Frisco, TX and the surrounding area. Frisco Home is School was founded upon a distinctively Christian worldview and continues to be governed by Biblical principles, which have served our group well since the beginning. Membership is open to all homeschooling moms and grandmas, regardless of their background or religious beliefs and the support group serves all members equally. We are dedicated to doing all things according to Biblical principles and bringing glory and honor to Jesus Christ. Our volunteers and leaders are required to sign an agreement with the Statement of Faith.
Our Mission Statement
Frisco HIS aims to provide support to homeschooling mothers and help homeschool families have opportunities to become connected with other homeschooling families in our community. Frisco HIS members join together to offer monthly activities (meetings, clubs, field trips, park days, etc.), and provide information about local homeschooling groups, events, and functions.