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WhatupHomee is an online community + online class platform created by Black homeschoolers for Black homeschoolers.

If you’re looking for a safe space where you can be heard, affirmed, validated, and encouraged no matter where you are on your homeschool journey, then you’ve found the homeschool community you’ve been looking for.

We are a diverse community of Black homeschooling families from all over the country!

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  • I’m so glad I made it. It was inspiring and uplifting! Facebook groups are cool but nothing like talking to women who are open and honest! Thank you for providing this forum.


  • You all reminded me of some things I care about but lost focus of on my homeschool journey. I plan to revamp some things. Thanks

    La Tasha

  • I look forward to our next meeting! This was truly refreshing, informative, positive, and productive. I loved every minute of it!”


  • I had so much fun meeting everyone and sharing about our homeschool journey. It was such an encouragement and it felt good being able to socialize with adults! LOL!”


  • Let me just tell you how excited Bishop is for the very first time about reading!!!!! …I think it’s a combination of the book itself but more so reading with other BOYS …we started reading the book with him as our family book because we thought that might encourage him to read it but a few nights ago I caught him in bed reading ahead without us😳 claiming since we skipped a night reading it as a family he couldn’t wait to see what happened next so now he’s reading it on his own …girl I’ve never seen him like this before and I love it❤️ …that’s 3 for 3 young readers in the house now😆 THANK YOU Mishawnda👊


  • Amazing and patient teacher. She took the time to schedule a one on one to discuss my son’s weaknesses and what I would like her to work with him on. My son looked forward to his class every week.


  • I just love this group and it is so encouraging to see such wonderful black women homeschooling and supporting each other!