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AFHE provides free resources for families considering homeschooling. Find hope instead of an overwhelming uphill battle! Downloads included.
If your child is going to college next fall, file your FAFSA to determine financial aid qualification. It’s easy as writer Sylvia Miller tells you how.
A trip to Montezuma Castle and Well is a guaranteed adventure into Arizona history. Megan Allison talks instiling a love of learning by visiting this gem.
The Duell family recounts their trip to the Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures in Tucson, one of only five US museums with miniature displays.
Take a tour of Sky Harbor Airport as the Allison family shares their recent experience on a field trip with their local support group.
Have you considered adding audiobooks to your school day? In this article, audiobook producer Jim Hodges gives five benefits to listening to audiobooks.
Visit Phoenix’s beautiful Victorian Rosson House museum located downtown. Read about this field trip from the Allison family’s experience.
Join the Schooling From Home Crash Course from Patriot Academy and interact LIVE with not only Rick Green, but also other special guests like Brad Stein, David Barton, George Washington, and more! Free for AFHE Members.
Parents have options regarding getting an evaluation for their special learner. Consider three ways to determine the needs of your unique child.
Homeschool mom Megan Allison shares six things she’s learned teaching her own special learner to give you hope, practical help, and encouragement.
Writer Marie Tynan details three opportunities of growth, increased learning, discipleship: turning unprecedented times into positive family experiences.
After 16 years serving the Arizona homeschool community with AFHE, Nancy Manos to retire July 2020. AFHE’s 37-year history and rich heritage continues.