February 22-28, 2015, is Homeschool Spirit Week in Indiana. Show your homeschool spirit! Below are some ideas for kids and teens. Be sure and send photos to IAHE and your photo just might be featured at the 2015 IAHE Home Educators’ Convention. Show the ULTIMATE homeschool spirit on Wednesday, February 25 by attending Homeschool Day […]
The National Christian Forensics and Communications Association (NCFCA,) a national home school speech and debate league, will be hosting a tournament January 8-10 at Indiana University in Bloomington. Over 200 students ages 12-18 from Indiana, Ohio, Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan and Kentucky will be competing in this three day event to earn a spot in our […]
If you haven’t ordered your Christmas cards or gifts yet, it’s not too late. Check out the sitewide sale on Tiny Prints going on right now – 30% off everything. It’s the best remaining sitewide sale of the season, so don’t miss it. When you go to Tiny Prints and place your order, just use the promo code SW30SALE […]
Do you remember the recent kerfuffle in Indiana related to the federal Pre-K grant? Governor Pence was the recipient of a lot of negative press regarding his decision to not apply for the grant. IAHE believes he did the right thing for the citizens of Indiana. Federal dollars always come with strings, and this grant […]
Dr. Ray and NHERI just provided us with this piece: Sandy Hook Killer and Misplaced Homeschooling Attention By Brian D. Ray, Ph.D. www.NHERI.org A journalist interviewed me the other day. She was curious about the Sandy Hook Elementary School murderer and any connection with homeschooling. Although she is supposed to be “just a reporter asking […]
IAHE has partnered with the Indiana Pacers to offer Indiana homeschooling families a special Pacers’ ticket offer! Come out and join some of your IAHE volunteers and other Indiana homeschooling families on January 13, 2015, in Indianapolis at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Game time is 7:00pm. For full details and to purchase tickets, click here to […]
Are you new to homeschooling? New families are often confused by the many terms used in the homeschool world. Support groups & co-ops are as unique as the individual families that participate in them. No two groups are alike. While exact definitions aren’t possible, we’ve gathered some general descriptions that we think you’ll find helpful. […]
On September 18, HSLDA met with the Indianapolis Police Department to discuss a portion of the IMPD Southwest District Taskforce Newsletter. Attorney TJ Schmidt has an update on the HSLDA website.