A big homeschooling event is taking place in 2011. It doesn’t matter if you are new to homeschooling or if you have been doing it a while; you will find ideas, curriculum, and camaraderie at one of the four big Regional Homeschool Conventions. From tons of informational workshops to hands-on curriculum shopping, there is a great deal to gain by attending one of these conventions.
These four Regional Homeschool Conventions feature a wide variety of seminars and workshops led by exceptional speakers. This gives you the ability to tailor your convention experience by choosing what is most relevant for you and your family.
Admission:
If you register before Nov. 18th, you can save half on admission (includes all 3 days): Individuals – $25, Families – $40. The Worldview Teen Track is discounted to $1 per person and comedian Tim Hawkins’ show is $5 per person.
* After Nov. 18th the early registration discounts decrease, but are still a big savings over the At the Door prices. (Tim Hawkins sells out quickly, so early registration is highly recommended.)
What You Can Expect:

  • Outstanding Speakers
  • Information-Packed Workshops
  • Over 100 Exhibitors
  • Worldview Teen Track (13+)
  • Curriculum Shopping
  • Inspiration, Encouragement, and Fun

Homeschool Exhibit Hall

Mid South Homeschool Convention

March 3-5, 2011 Memphis Convention Center, Memphis, TN
South East Homeschool Convention

March 17-19, 2011 Carolina First Center, Greenville, SC
Mid West Homeschool Convention

March 31-April 2, 2011 Duke Energy Convention Center, Cincinnati, OH
North East Homeschool Convention

June 23-25, 2011 Valley Forge Convention Center, Philadelphia, PA
Attending a homeschool convention gives you the chance to see, touch, and ask questions about different curriculum. It also allows you the opportunity to talk to other homeschooling parents. The workshops and seminars provide additional information, ideas, and expertise.