The Homeschool Help Conference is here to provide parents with knowledge and advice on how to successfully homeschool your child. We’ll address an overall approach to homeschooling, the benefits of homeschooling, and provide ample time to address practical day-to-day questions.
Like an increasing percentage of Americans, you’ve decided to homeschool your child. Now What? You’re nervous, unsure of exactly what to do, and wondering if you can do this at all. We’re here to tell you – you got this!
Our speakers and panelists have or are currently homeschooling their children. Their collective perspectives and expertise will provide a wealth of practical insight to new or first-time homeschool parents to help you navigate what can feel like a daunting task.
50+ Years of Experience
Homeschooling children of different ages, backgrounds, & needs
In Person & Online
Register to attend in person, or watch & chat online
Bring your questions about homeschooling!
Entrepreneur, Author, Pastor, Husband, Father
Dan and his wife Kendra homeschooled their three, now adult, children and he has spoken extensively on homeschooling.
Manager, Professor, Husband, Father
Jonathan is a homeschool graduate and he and his wife Meghan homeschool their five children (and one on the way).
Sales, Husband, Father
Charles is a second-generation homeschooler who also attended private school for a large portion of his education.
Computer Programmer, Writer, Husband, Father
Joshua is a homeschool graduate. Being homeschooled for all his school years gave him opportunities that few of his public school peers had.
Entrepreneur, Wife, Mother
Kendra and her husband Dan homeschooled their three children. She served in the Leaders of Home Educators Association of Roxboro, NC.
Musician, Wife Mother
Andrea is a homeschool graduate, who is now beginning to homeschool her own three children with her husband Joshua
Wife, Mother, Consultant
Attend in person or join the livestream. For those who register and attend in person, lunch will be provided, and you’ll have the opportunity to not only interact with our panel members, but also have informal discussions with homeschool parents and children who’ll be helping manage the event. You’ve got questions – we have answers!