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Homeschooling: All Things

HSLDA High School Teacher Training Programs

This post is really only for those living in the Virginia area or who really want to travel to Virginia. It is also for those who have or are approaching High School time. HSLDA (which you should all be a member of) is having a live seminar for those approaching the high school days of homeschooling. Below is all the information. Have fun to all those who are able to attend. Me? I am all the way in California! But if they have one here I will be there!


Does the thought of homeschooling your teens excite you or make you wobbly? Would you like the opportunity to gather information about teaching high school while spending time with two veteran homeschool moms who can relate to you and who are eager to answer your questions? HSLDA cordially invites you to attend its 2012 High School Teacher Training Programs.

Becky Cooke and Diane Kummer, HSLDA High School Consultants, have designed two programs to help you teach your teens:

I. High School at Home: The Basics


II. High School at Home: The Next Step

During each program, Becky or Diane presents three seminars and provides time to answer your questions. You may select one or both programs to attend. Each program will be offered two times during 2012 so that you may choose a date that is most convenient for you.

Patrick Henry College
One Patrick Henry Circle
Purcellville, VA 20132


HSLDA members: Individual $15 Couple $25
Non-members: Individual $20 Couple $35
(The cost listed is for each program)

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