Welcome to P226 Innovative Homeschoolers!

“Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old he will not depart.” Proverbs 22:6

P226 Innovative Homeschoolers is a 501(c)3 nonprofit home education organization.

Mission

Let Go…Let’s Go!

P226 Innovative Homeschoolers exist to serve the homeschool community through interactive learning, connecting, and going into the world as godly young men and women who honor and serve God.

Membership fee

P226 is a member-based organization which means to be a part of P226 there is a yearly family fee of $27.00.

Field trips and events take place all throughout the Mid-South area, therefore, families are not obligated to live in Memphis to join P226. Over the years we’ve had families who live in Memphis, Cordova, Bartlett, Lakeland, Collierville, Germantown, Southaven, Atoka, Oakland, Olive Branch MS, Marion AR, Jonesboro, AR. etc. We currently have 500 homeschoolers in P226! P226 is a thriving and exciting homeschool group, so it does not matter who you are or where you live – Come Join the Fun!

Tuesday Connect Groups

P226 Tuesday Connect Groups. Tuesday Connect Groups are structured social gatherings for all grades to enjoy fun – and connections.

Tuesday Connect Groups meet the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month.

Upcoming Event:

Ongoing – Monday Morning Weekly Prayer via Zoom. (Prayer for our children, their school year and other prayer needs.)

  • Build and Measure Workshop – January 2022
  • Craft Ideas Workshop – January 2022
  • ASU Museum- January 2022
  • P226 Student Empowerment (Owner of Chick-fil-A)- January 2022
  • Pillow Case Quilting – February 2022
  • Tennessee State Capitol – March 2022
  • The Home of Laura Ingalls Wilder – March 2022
  • Spring Family Retreat- April 2022
  • Shiloh National Military Park – April 2022
  • Creation Museum and Ark Encounter- May 2022
  • US Space and Rocket Center – May 2022

We Rock!

P226 Rocks! This gallery will be updated on a regular basis. Enjoy a few pictures from our first event of 2021 through a few events from a few last year.