Homeschool Curriculum Sales in the CSRA

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Homeschool Curriculum Sales in the CSRA

Homeschooling? This is a wonderful time to start looking for home school curriculum items for the next grade.  We have a great homeschooling community in the CSRA and are lucky to have various used book sales in the area.  

Yearly Sales

Liberty Independent Private School (Liberty IPS) Used Curriculum Sale


Contact:  Jacqueline Griffin –

Annual Homeschool Used Book Sale and Open House by AAHE


Contact:  Deborah Sides –

Used Curriculum & Book Sale for Homeschoolers



Curriculum/Yard Sale benefiting Classical Conversations Scholarship Program


Contact:  Brandy – 325-716-7057

CSRA HEA’s Used Book Sale

Yearly In June
9:30 AM to Noon

Christ Sanctified Church
136 North Belair Road.
Evans, GA

Table Fee: $5 if not a member of CSRA HEA

Contact: 762-233-5432

Local Online Sales

Homeschool Sales CSRA Facebook Page 
Buy and sell at your own risk. This means check out your items before paying to make sure they are exactly what you want.
Group Admin: Bonnie DeRaps

Homeschool Curriculum Buy Sale Trade (CSRA)
A place where home school parents, within the CSRA, can browse books for sale, books to trade, and freebies.
Group Admin: Sarah Anderson

Augusta Homeschool Swap
For those interested in buying, selling, or trading homeschool curriculum. Name your price, add a photo of what you’re selling (preferred but optional) and give a brief description of what kind of condition it’s in.
Group Admin: Leah Smith

Brick and Mortar Sales

The Christian Curriculum Connection
4081 Wagner Road, Aiken
By appointment ONLY

2nd & Charles
2834 Washington Road
Augusta, GA
10 AM-8 PM (some days open later)
Best to contact via phone and find out if they have a certain item you are looking for.  They only carry used curriculum from well-known homeschooling labels like Abeka. But you can find most classic books here; Little Women, Around the world in 80 Days, etc.

Remember, its okay to buy a few or all items used.  Especially if you are trying a curriculum for the first time.  I have known many homeschool moms that paid full price for an item only to find out that they hated the format, or their child was just not “into” it.   Take advantage of our homeschooling community and visit one of the local stores and sales.

Do you know of any other local sale in the area?  Do you have a favorite place to shop for curriculum books locally?  Comment below so we can get the word out to other homeschool parents.  Thanks!

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