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This workshop addresses the most frequent legal problems that HSLDA assists our North Carolina me

Feeling overwhelmed with the clutter and chaos?

Everything is good, but not everything is right.

As home educators unfamiliar with school traffic, bus routes and hall passes, we are bringing up

With five children, Jen has mastered the fine art of 80% off living.

It’s one thing to know the right answers, it’s another to live consistently.

Have you ever been given a job that you had no idea what to do or how to complete it?  Well, that

Change is one of the most frequent causes of conflict, whether in the home, office, church or on

Parents, come and learn invaluable insight on making manners a priority in the home with useful t

Mark and Cindy have been married for nearly thirty-two years, and have had their share of trouble

Balance, that’s what it is all about.

Home is where the heart is, and for countless generations, it’s where families lived, worked and

Charlotte Mason and Benjamin Franklin offered simple, practical methods for using models to learn

For decades, learning specialists have understood the power of multi-sensory teaching.

Homeschool marriages are breaking up everywhere. How can this be?

Our family is much like yours and many others.

“Nature deficit disorder” refers to the costs of alienation from nature, among them: diminished u

A former admissions counselor and homeschooling parent will explain the college process, what cou

This seminar includes a review of the Career and College Promise (CCP) program available to high

This class will teach parents the value of setting goals/standards, consistency and the importanc

Do creationists believe in plate tectonics? What do they think about Pangaea?

In this fast-paced, easy-to-understand workshop, you will distinguish three different grids that

Moving into the future with homeschooling, the availability of online education is exploding!

Online education is exploding!

In order to homeschool effectively, there must be order in the home.

Debbie will share ideas for parenting homeschooled teens.

It makes no sense to pour our lives into homeschooling only to stumble at the finish line.

This workshop will provide an overview of four essential principles that will enable you and your

n this workshop, Elyse and Jessica will give you practical helps to share the gospel with your ch

This workshop is designed for those who believe having a Christian worldview is important but may

 Christians should be asking ourselves how we are to adequately prepare our students for the spiritual and intellectual struggles that they will face in college.

Learn how to prepare for college.

Does the thought of getting your student into college frighten you?

Does the thought of getting your student into college frighten you?

A history professor who has taught at a large state university and currently teaches at a Christi

The homeschooling movement will continue to be successful only if each successive generation catc

Too many moms feels guilt if they can’t fit in a daily quiet time with God.

Dara and Tracy raised two boys with genius IQ’s and homeschooled them successfully!

Let Dara encourage you that God has a purpose for your child just the way he/she is and that God

Trying to raise a perfect child will lead to rebellion, low self-esteem and other problems, while

In spite of what the culture is telling us, boys and girls are different.

Do you want your children to achieve something greater than simple academic proficiency?

Refocus, reorganize, revive to re-energize mom first.

A general overview of the challenges, burdens and benefits of homeschooling from a veteran homesc

We hear it all around us: "It's not my fault!" American culture promotes irresponsibility and is

What makes some teachers so much more effective than others?

Is your homeschool limping along, scattered or chaotic?

More people now live in states with same-sex marriage than those that live in states without it,

Learn how to have real meals again!

This seminar won't completely prepare you for the SAT or ACT, but it will tell you exactly what y

Every young woman longs for the day when she can say “yes” to the man she loves, though waiting f

One of the absolute greatest gifts we can give our children is a schedule.

Writing can be an enjoyable activity for budding writers.

A biblical, age-appropriate approach to sex education.

Whether you are a beginning homeschooler, or a seasoned veteran, you have core truths that call y

This workshop is for moms who, due to unforeseen circumstances in their lives, are now single and

High school math at home can be an intimidating endeavor.

Unit studies, classical, traditional, unschooling, relaxed, eclectic—What are all of these approa

Let’s face it—most people don’t like science. Why is that?

Details about the NC Career and College Promise Program

Find out in this workshop how spelling information is most efficiently stored in the brain, and why.

Many homeschoolers stop homeschooling at high school because they think their child will miss out

All too often the lessons are finished, the books read and the frogs dissected, but what priority

Just when you think you're headed down the home stretch of the homeschool journey, along comes an

Come learn the importance of the dramatic arts as we examine the impact stories have on our lives

By request, this workshop is offered to provide practical application of the five key elements of

Our kids need our support and encouragement but not to their detriment.

Do your children struggle to read for prolonged periods, struggle with tracking, suffer from head

Learn proven tactics for effective studying with practical tips for improving retention, organiza

Ever been on the hot seat?

The very word strikes fear into the heart of many homeschool parents.

The very word strikes fear into the heart of many homeschool parents.

X-Boxes, Game-Cubes, the Internet, MP3 players, and iPhones have changed the way we live, have fu

Teaching the way we were taught is almost inevitable.

One of the prevailing themes of Proverbs is to listen.

Children like to do what they can do; they want to do what they think they can do, and they hate

I continue to be amazed by the number of youth and young adults who are stressed and burnt out fr

Teaching teens to start and operate a business will help them learn valuable life skills: work le

Languages and Music fall into the same category.

In this age of anxiety, waves roll over parents like breakers on the beach.

We’ve all read lots of books on learning styles.

A learning disability presents many unique challenges to any teacher as they search for the most

A learning disability presents many unique challenges to any teacher as they search for the most

You know you need to have your children learn to write well, but how can you do that and get all

If you teach your child to read, you have accomplished something.

How do you practically teach your kids to bless one another?

Dream big. Dream bold.

According to practical surveying by Lou Priollo, a Christian family counselor, many of our childr

How can you know God’s will for your life?

As an admitted curriculum junkie, Jeannie Fulbright bought everything that sounded good.

Although the Scriptures do not specify exactly how a government must be formed, the principles of

How can Christians bring moral clarity to issues like abortion and embryonic stem cell research?

In a relativistic, pluralistic world, how can we claim anything is objectively true?

s there enough evidence to conclude that we are living in a universe created by a personal God as

How can we reconcile the existence of an all-powerful, all-loving God with the tremendous evil th

Are the Gospels reliable accounts of the life, ministry and death of Jesus?

Educational solutions for children should be made within each state with direct parental input.

Did you know children learn more, perform better, and display good behavior when dad is involved

Whether you are dreading these years or excitedly looking forward to them, most mothers experienc

Join North Carolina 4-H’s first completely homeschooled state council officer team to discover wh

The first five years of parenting are crucial times of development for young children.

 Learn and avoid four teaching mistakes that contribute to this frustration: Overcorrecting, Holding Back Help, Unclear Assignments, and Over-Expectation.

We’ve all suffered it at one time or another: frustration about writing assignments.

According to the classical model, there are four core language arts: listening, speaking, reading, and writing

Since many homeschooling families are one-income families and as our economy suffers, come and le

You've read the books, researched curriculum, talked to other homeschool parents—you're ready, ri

This presentation is based upon scriptural principles gleaned from King Jehoshaphat of Judah and

Let's face it. Homeschoolers struggle with lots of things and often choose to hide them.

Dan Pink, in his book A Whole New Mind points out that our brains are literally wired fo

Did you know that more people buy movie tickets in America than all sporting events and concerts

Experts in learning tell us that one of the best predictors of educational success is ha

In an age in which children receive many competing and confusing messages, stories are among the

Dear Mommies, this workshop is the spa visit you need, the break you never get and the gift of en

There is perhaps no subject more intrinsically boring than grammar.

Life-long learners, heroes advancing the Kingdom, dreamers who see the possibilities, adults who

From the beginning of the homeschool journey, parents have to make decisions about what types of

This workshop will identify which outside activities are wonderful enrichments to the homeschool and which are detrimental to our goals as homeschoolers.

Life and death is in the power of tongue.

Does government matter to Christians? Why is one form of government superior to others?

From academic papers to creative writing, from poetry to prose, great writing has these six chara

This workshop will focus on the practical, biblical and tangible ways dads, especially those who

In a postmodern world, young adults struggle with narcissism, relativism and apathy.

Why settle for a run of the mill marriage?

This session will be plain talk about the "ugly" side of homeschooling with emphasis on parental

Who decided the subjects you need to study in school?

The purpose of this workshop is to offer a comprehensive biblical worldview seminar to families e

Like it or not, when you’re a homeschool leader, people watch you.

Having homeschooled three children who are now all in their twenties, Diana has an almost limitle

Establishing a clear, biblical worldview and a strong foundation in basic Christian doctrine can help protect your children from false teachings.

Dads and moms, in all the busyness of life and swell of expert advice, we've forgotten the fundam

The modern homeschool movement is now 30 years old, but how did we get here?  Educational histori

The modern homeschool movement is now thirty years old, but how did we get here?

Jim Weiss explores the current fascination with the dark side in the Narnia, Harry Potter, Twilig

After twenty-five years of homeschooling, what does this homeschool veteran see as the most impor

Manhood, in general, has been under attack for decades, and even the process of becoming an adult

This workshop details the tuition free opportunities available for high school and college credit at Central Piedmont Community College.

Career and College Promise gives qualified high school juniors and seniors (without regard to age

Homeschool demographics are changing and so are homeschool practices.

This workshop is designed to provide an overview of NC statutory requirements for homeschools to

In this session, we will explore the most recent scientific data in cosmology, physics, biochemis

Colleges routinely rank the personal essay among the most important elements of an application, b

Spencer explains the legalities of homeschooling in NC and working with the Division of Non-Public Education, what is required and what is voluntary.

You’ve tried all the techniques, bought all the math manipulatives and covered all your curriculu

Jim Weiss explores a prominent driving issue for all conscientious parents—how to teach character

A show and tell workshop in which attendees can see what significant books look like so they can be recognized.

In less time than most of our children have been alive, our culture has seen a radical shift in v

Carter discusses the rites of the Passage Program that he has used (and is presently using) with

With a bit of homeschool humor and the depth of the truths of God's Word, Dara will encourage and

Do you sometimes wonder what in the world you were thinking when you signed up to homeschool?

Mark and Cindy Fox have had the privilege to homeschool their seven children for more than twenty