The Vision of the THSC Rangers Program:
To educate and engage students in the process of local government and to advance and defend freedom for Texas families.
THSC Rangers Clubs
THSC Rangers Clubs are a combination of government/civics classes and hands-on activities for groups of five (5) or more Texas homeschool students. Class time and hands-on projects provide opportunities for students both to learn about and to impact their government.
How They Work
THSC Rangers Clubs are designed to fit seamlessly into the schedule and structure of a homeschool group or co-op as a “government class-in-a-box,” and are a free benefit to THSC Partner Groups.
Clubs meet a minimum of once per month for one to three hours. Students learn about the three branches of government, how the political process works and how they can have an impact. They gain hands-on experience by completing projects and participating in activities that help elect pro-family and pro-life leaders.
Leading a Rangers Club
Everything needed to host/teach a successful THSC Rangers Club is provided to club leaders:
- Lesson plans
- Semester projects
- Guest speaker scheduling
THSC Rangers Benefits
THSC Rangers are dedicated students with a desire to learn and a passion for making a difference. In addition to this unforgettable learning experience, many added opportunities are offered to THSC Rangers:
- Completion of the Texas homeschooling course requirement of good citizenship.
- Eligibility to receive the THSC Good Citizenship Award.
- Free admission to the THSC Conventions ($30-50 value).
- Discounts to field trips and special opportunities including:
THSC Rangers Resources:
Get Involved in the THSC Rangers Program
- Register for a club in your area!
- Want more information about the THSC Rangers program? Contact THSC at Rangers@thsc.org with questions.
Upon signing up for the Rangers program, group leaders receive:
- The Lone Star Study
- The THSC Rangers Leader Manual