This year we will be presenting an Open House style conference, meaning that attendees can come anytime throughout the day.
Look through the day’s schedule and decide what interests you but be sure to come for a delicious lunch that is included in the NEW lower conference price.
The annual conference is the cornerstone event of MHA’s homeschooling year. We work hard to offer something for every member, no matter if you’re still wet behind the ears, a seasoned pro, homeschooling toddlers, teens or anything in between!
Workshops — This year our vendors will have the opportunity to share their wonderful product and services with you in short workshops. These will cover a wide range of topics specifically aimed at enriching your homeschool journey. Check out the list of our 2014 workshops.
Community Building — You asked for more time to network and we heard you. A building filled with homeschoolers is by far one of the best parts of the day! Whether it is a casual conversation during lunch or a focused drop-in time facilitated just to help you connect with other homeschoolers, we’ll provide you with even more options for building a network of support for yourself and your kids this year.
Exhibitor Hall — Refresh your homeschool planning and resources via our exhibitors! Talk to coordinators of local homeschool classes and programs, page through new curriculum or books, and connect with interesting organizations. Go home with a few new things to try with your family, or simply refresh your stock of activity ideas. Either way, we have an interesting variety of exhibitors to inspire you!
MHA’s goal is that our members leave the conference feeling re-energized to go home and continue their homeschooling year full of new ideas, exciting new connections and renewed enthusiasm for the important work of helping our kids learn all they can!
Registration includes buffet lunch plus loads of meetings and connecting with homeschooling friends.
- $10 — Premium (Paid) MHA Member
- $15 — Standard (Free) MHA Member
Registration is open until September 5th
As always, the conference is intended for homeschool parents only (with the exception of babes in arms).