Reach North Carolina Homeschoolers

NCHE provides several ways to reach the homeschoolers of North Carolina with your message, product or service:
The GREENHOUSE printed magazine, website ads, our annual conference vendor hall and program, social media and our weekly email.

 

GREENHOUSE Magazine

GREENHOUSE is published by North Carolinians for Home Education (NCHE) and is the only statewide periodical created specifically to keep North Carolinians who support home education informed and encouraged. There are more than 90,000 homeschools in NC.

Our publication schedule is 3 GREENHOUSE issues a year (spring, fall, and a graduate issue in May). Each GREENHOUSE is mailed to all NCHE members, distributed to NC legislators, and handed out at events as well as published online in PDF format. Each article is published separately on the NCHE website on different weeks throughout the year.

Social Media Ads

Reach homeschoolers in North Carolina by placing ads in our social media which includes Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. North Carolinians for Home Education has 23,000 followers across social media.

NCHE Weekly Email Ads

Reach homeschoolers in North Carolina by advertising in our weekly email. The NCHE weekly email is sent to nearly 10,000 inboxes.

Website Ads

Website ads are displayed on ten high traffic NCHE web pages and all GREENHOUSE web pages. If you are ordering a website ad along with a GREENHOUSE print ad, use this form and scroll down to “Monthly Online Ad.”

The NCHE Annual Conference

Since the first NCHE conference in 1985 that served about fifty families, we’ve grown to serve thousands. This multi-day event occurring in Winston-Salem on the Thursday through Saturday in late May or early June features national and regional speakers, workshops for the curious as well as the experienced, and a vendor hall of over 45,000 square feet. The attendance is about 6,000 adults, teens and children. For information on this year’s Thrive! Conference, go to the Thrive! Conference homepage. The vendor hall application and the program order form become available early fall each year.