Homeschool Hub

About Homeschool Hub

Homeschool Hub is a bimonthly meetup during the schoolyear for homeschooling families in and around Suffolk. We meet at both the Morgan Memorial Library and the North Suffolk Library and offer special hands-on activities designed to enrich your curriculum with a new focus each quarter. While you do not need to be a library member to participate it is encouraged that you sign up for a library card with Suffolk Public Library to give you access to the many free materials and resources available to you. 

2019 Spring Environmental Science Session

Our spring session is all about Environmental Science! We'll bring in different presenters such as Keep Suffolk Beautiful and Hampton Roads Sanitation District, have a science fair, and even go on a field trip to Paradise Creek Nature Park to learn about the wetlands and the Elizabeth River Project. Registration is recommended but not required for regular sessions. Registration is required for the field trip. Find dates.

Download the Homeschool Hub flyer.

2019 Science Fair

Celebrate science with us! All homeschoolers and their parents are invited to participate in the science fair on May 14th at Morgan Memorial Library and May 15th at North Suffolk Library. In preparation for the science fair, each student or family can develop a project with the help of parents to present at the fair. Please review the information packet and application below:

Information Packet


Past Projects

Homeschool Hub kicked off  in the fall of 2017 with a focus on creative writing. Since then sessions have included focuses on creative art, science, and history. We gave students the opportunity to present to the group with our Science Fair and our History Fair.

Meeting Dates

Homeschool Hub meets during the schoolyear, twice a month on Tuesdays at Morgan Memorial Library and twice a month on Wednesdays at North Suffolk Library. Find upcoming Homeschool Hub dates or visit our online calendar for all events. 


Suffolk Public Library offers many resources for homeschooling families to enrich their curriculum. Visit our Homework Help pages for kids and teens to learn even more.