Educator Discounts Available to Homeschoolers

One of the perks of being a homeschooler is that, as a teacher, you can participate in some of the educator discounts made possible by several companies. While many only allow teachers who work outside of the home, there are a few that allow homeschoolers to take part. Here are a few I have personally used or know about. I am sure there are many more that are not on this list. If you know of one that you would like to add, let me know in the comments!

*Note: these programs require some form of “teacher i.d.” I use my HSLDA card, though a co-op/support group card should work, too. If you are not a part of any of these organizations, you can have one made here.*

Barnes and Noble Educator Program


Academic Superstore

Half Price Books

Lakeshore Learning


Joann Fabrics

Homeschool Buyers Co-op is a great place to get discounts if you are a homeschooler. Everything from musical instruments to software have been offered here.

What have I missed? Let me know in the comments section!


KellyR (21 Posts)

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  1. says

    Staples is also a great resource for HS parents! You can sign up for their Teacher Rewards Program and receive the same perks as a traditional classroom teacher. Office Max and Office Depot also has teacher cards for HS parents.

  2. says

    Staples also has a great Teacher Rewards program that Homeschool parents can sign up with and get the same perks as traditional classroom teachers! I love Staples! I also think Office Max and Office Depot have Teacher Rewards programs too that HS parents can use! Thanks for sharing this post! I’ll be sharing on my blog, A Slice of Smith Life.

  3. says

    Office Depot has a teacher reward program you can sign up for, also Micheal’s gives 15% off for teachers and homeschoolers are included.

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