We’re excited about these conference features, and we think you will be too! (Learn more when you register for the conference.)
Featured speaker Bridget Mosley (Cognitive Learning Specialist) is offering a limited number of reading screenings to families attending the conference. The reading screening is not an evaluation, just a screening to let parents know what grade level their children are reading at. Bridget will recommend certain techniques and types of curricula, and parents will be encouraged about their children’s reading and learning abilities. Children (registered for the conference) ages 5-14 are eligible for the screenings. (Note: All proceeds from the $10 registration cost go to the Casterline Widows Fund to assist single moms.) Deadline to sign up: June 9th.
Conference general sessions are when we all gather in one place to hear from keynote speakers, enjoy homeschool students’ performances, worship God together, and more. (Included in registration.)
Friday Night Event
Conference attendees of all ages are invited for Friday night – we’ve got fun in store for the whole family! (Included in registration.)
We are pleased to offer these additional features (available as add-ons to registration) that will impart practical life skills and training to homeschooled young adults. Programs include the AME Youth Entrepreneur & Vendor Program, the Drama Program, and the Resume Building & Networking Program.
Used Curriculum Sale
Need to get rid of old workbooks and textbooks to make room for a new year? Sign up to have your items sold at the Used Curriculum Sale – you register the items and drop them off, and we take care of the rest. Then, come shopping to find great deals during the conference! (Included in registration.)
The Silent Auction, located at the entrance to the Plaza (where General Sessions are held), is a special shopping experience where you can purchase great products and gift certificates while supporting CHEC.