Voyagers was founded in 1999 by a small group of homeschooling families looking for a place where they could pursue their interests at their own pace, in a supportive community. Run by a dedicated contingent of volunteers, we provide resources, a sense of community, and support for homeschooling families in Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New Hampshire.
True to homeschooling philosophy, Voyagers supports children’s individuality. Children and teens participate in programs based on ability and interest rather than age. Ability-based inclusion sets Voyagers apart. Activities may include a wide age range, from younger children through adult. Our programs and activities meet a wide range of learning styles, activity levels, homeschooling approaches, and academic needs, and most are led by Voyagers parents and youths.
Voyagers is a secular, volunteer-based nonprofit 501(c)3 organization. Voyagers is not a school. We do not keep academic records, prescribe curricula, or assign grades. Families who participate in our programs retain full responsibility for their children's education.
Voyagers, Inc. is a philanthropic organization established to commit its resources to activities which are intended to benefit children, including gifted children, who are home schooled.