HCCH is a Christian organization established to provide
support, education, and fellowship for local homeschooling families who
are striving to train up their children in the Lord. Our existence
depends on dedicated members who invest their time and resources.
Welcome to Hill Country Christian
Homeschoolers. From the mom sitting on the sofa teaching a young child
to read, to the dad working alongside a teenager in advanced calculus,
we all need support. That is why we believe that membership in a
support group is a vital part of the home schooling process. HCCH is
committed to encouraging and supporting home educators in the Bulverde
/ Spring Branch / Canyon Lake area. We serve our membership by
distributing information of interest to homeschoolers and by hosting
educational and social activities that meet the needs of our membership.
HCCH was founded on the principle of family. We are not a “moms only”
support group. Rather, many of our activities are designed for the
entire family. We encourage dads to participate whenever possible.
After all, home schooling is a family endeavor. We are in this
Because we are a volunteer
organization, we depend on our membership not only for participation,
but also for service. All events and activities sponsored by HCCH are
led by volunteers. As home educators, we are all busy. However, “many
hands make light work,” so we encourage you to consider how your gifts
and talents can be used to benefit HCCH throughout the year. Whether
you are a first time homeschooler or a veteran teacher we value your
active participation in HCCH. We look forward to encouraging you in
your home schooling journey.
Our Organizational Structure
Hill Country Christian Homeschoolers is incorporated as a State of Texas non-profit corporation. Most day to day operations of HCCH are carried out by a primary committee known as the Operations Board. A separate primary committee governs Secondary Academic Class Day (SAC Day). Both primary committees serve under the guidance of an Executive Board.