Take a few minutes to listen to this encouraging message from AFHE President Scott McKown offering a mid-school-year boost of inspiration. There are exciting things ahead for 2019 as we serve Arizona homeschool families like yours!
Recent Blog Posts
Emmeline Peltzer, 11, homeschooled student from Laveen placed second in her age group in the 2017 HSLDA national essay contest with her piece “Horse Power.”
Laveen homeschooler Annabel Peltzer, 15, daughter of Kurt and Dawn Peltzer excels in VFW Voice of Democracy audio-essay contest and the Fleet Reserve Association’s Americanism essay contest.
3rd Place, 2018 State Science and Engineering Fair Paul Stokes Du Bose, 14, has been on a journey that started with his FIRST LEGO League (FLL) Robotics team. Paul and his teammates built a robot for competition, and, as a part of the Hydrodynamics themed...
2017 Lewis Scholarship recipient Madeline Peltzer shares a letter of appreciation for the scholarship award she received from the AFHE Scholarship Fund and an update on the many exciting experiences she’s had during her first year at Hillsdale College
The Veritas Homeschoolers Math Team earned first place in the 2018 state MATHCOUNTS competition and also in the 2018 Chandler-Gilbert Community College Excellence in Mathematics Competition.
AFHE has received numerous inquiries about our organization’s position on Proposition 305, an initiative that voters are seeking to learn more about in order to make an informed decision.
Sylvia Miller is cheering for her fellow homeschool mamas and shares some encouragement for those in the homeschool trenches to help avoid burnout.
Arizona homeschool mom Danna Lockerby shares the 5-Step Process she has taught her children for cooking, laundry, and more. A very helpful framework for success!
atie Hill has been working for AFHE as a bookkeeper, administrative assistant, and much more since 1998. We celebrate and honor her 20 years of faithful service!
Five easy steps for parents to file an Affidavit of Intent to Homeschool with the County School Superintendent’s office for children ages 6-16.
AFHE’s legislative team has been hard at work on behalf of Arizona homeschoolers this legislative session. We are pleased to report that HB2536 was signed into law on March 29, 2018 by Governor Doug Ducey.
One of the questions we are asked regularly is whether there is a tax credit for homeschoolers or if homeschool materials can be deducted from one’s income taxes. AFHE shares information to help answer this question.
Friday, January 18, 2019
CCV North Phoenix
Get a midyear boost of encouragement
at this in-person event!
Saturday, January 19, 2019
CCV, North Phoenix
A one-day conference for leaders of homeschool groups listed on the AFHE website
Friday, May 24, 2019
Dream City Church, Phoenix
Graduate registration now open
Registration deadline February 21, 2019
March 8, 2019
Arizona homeschool seniors graduating in 2019
Scholarships for post-secondary education