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36th Annual Virginia Homeschool Convention
June 8 @ 8:30 am - 6:30 pm EDT
One event on June 7, 2019 at 8:30am
One event on June 8, 2019 at 8:30am
Need a boost of inspiration, motivation, and encouragement for the homeschool adventure? Set your homeschool free at the 36th Annual Virginia Homeschool Convention, Live Freely & Lightly—an experience like no other. Keynote speakers Kirk Cameron, Michael Farris, and Jim Daly join a speaker line-up that is sure to inspire with topics on every imaginable parenting topic.
Whether you’re looking for ideas for getting started, homeschooling high school, transitioning from public school, practical how-tos, or homeschool vision—we’ve got all of that and more! There is something for everyone—veteran homeschooler and the just-thinking-about-it parent alike—with unique sessions and opportunities specifically designed for families with special needs, working parents, and more.
STEM and media tracks, interactive camps and labs, and “make-and-take” workshops offer unique experiential learning for the whole family! First-time parents of just preschoolers attend free. FREE How-to-Begin-Homeschooling Workshops on Thursday. Join us for a refreshing weekend together with the Virginia homeschool community! heav.org/convention.
Online – $99/Full Convention, $39/Shopping Only at the door – $109/ Full Convention, $39/Shopping Only