Registration information for the 2022 Convention will be posted in February.
We are looking forward to seeing you there!


Thank you, sponsors!

Special thanks to our 2021 AFHE Convention sponsors whose support assists AFHE in serving homeschool families all year long and enhances the Convention experience for our attendees.

We want to hear from you!

Please take a moment to fill out a brief survey regarding your experience at this year’s 37th Annual AFHE Convention!

Frequently Asked Questions


Your name badge is your admission to workshops, keynotes, and the exhibit hall. Name badges must be worn at all times while at the AFHE Convention. Name badges may not be shared or transferred. First and last names are required on all name badges.

For those who register online, your name badges will be available for pick up on-site. Look for the PRE-REGISTRATION sign. Name badges will be not be mailed.

Those who register at the door will be issued a handwritten name badge at on-site registration.


AFHE offers a special discount rate to first-time attendees. This offer is for adults who have never before registered for the AFHE Convention. Request your coupon code through the online form on the First-Time Attendees page.
First Time Attendees


Active duty military and reservist families can receive a military discount of 50% off adult registration fee.

A current AFHE Membership is required.

Please request your coupon code at


AFHE Membership and Convention Registration are non-refundable and non-transferrable. If you are unable to attend this year’s AFHE Convention for some reason, please know that you are supporting a non-profit organization that serves the Arizona homeschool community all year long and we appreciate your support.

Unredeemed registrations are considered a tax-deductible contribution to AFHE and, upon written request, we will provide a receipt for tax purposes.


The AFHE Convention is run almost entirely by volunteers. Volunteers are an integral part of the success of the annual Arizona Home Education Convention hosted by AFHE. Our volunteer workers help keep costs to a minimum while continuing to provide an excellent conference. We are thankful to each and every volunteer who helps to make this event a success!

Learn more information at the volunteer webpage

Volunteers who serve 5 or more hours during the convention can earn free admission. Those interested in volunteering will complete an online application. Once your volunteer shifts are scheduled, you will receive a special registration link. 

The opportunity to volunteer is a benefit of membership. Current AFHE Membership expiring August 1, 2022 or later is required.


Photographs or video taken at this event may be published in the AFHE magazine, on the AFHE website, on AFHE social media pages, or in other AFHE publications. AFHE does not provide compensation or royalties in conjunction with publication or use of these materials. Any photographs, video, or audio used by AFHE from this event will be used with the purpose of celebrating and promoting homeschooling in Arizona.


We are pleased to provide a book check in the exhibit hall. You’ll be able to leave your purchases and strollers for a small daily fee with our book check team. Claim numbers will be issued to allow you to pick up items or add to your stored items.

Stroller and wheeled cart parking is $3 per day with in-and-out privileges for the day.

Due to space limitations and hazards due to blocked aisles, strollers will only be permitted in designated spaces in the back row of workshop rooms. You may park your strollers and roller bags in the book check area (space available basis) for a small fee. Strollers and roller bags are fine in the Ballroom, exhibitor workshop classrooms, and in the exhibit halls.


AFHE will provide a Continuing Education form for foster parents, childcare workers, and others who need to accrue professional development hours. If you need a form, please ask at the registration counter. An AFHE representative will sign the form and the attendee will write in the workshops he/she attended along with the presenters’ names. AFHE does not have information about which sessions qualify for hours needed for the recipient.


As a means to share the vision of home education and to build strong relationships with Christian churches, we invite non-homeschooling pastors of Arizona churches to attend the convention free of charge. This offer is extended to pastors who do not teach their own children at home currently, but are interested in learning more about homeschooling.

Please have your pastor contact us at to receive registration instructions.

Pastors who are homeschooling one or more of their children must register as a regular attendee and pay the admission fee.

Thank you, sponsors!

Special thanks to our 2021 AFHE Convention sponsors whose support assists AFHE in serving homeschool families all year long and enhances the Convention experience for our attendees.


Grand Canyon University

Faith & Family Sponsor

AFHE Convention Sponsor - Providence Christian College

Youth Service Team Sponsor

Grand Canyon University

Homeschool Vision Sponsor

AFHE Convention Sponsor - Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Young Entrepreneurs
& Innovators

Grand Canyon University

Mentoring Moms Sponsor

Grand Canyon University

New Homeschooler
Mini-Conference Sponsor;
Military Families Sponsor

AFHE Convention Sponsor - HSLDA

Special Learners Support Sponsor

BJU Press / HomeWorks by Precept - Sponsor

Keynote Sponsor

AFHE Convention Sponsor - Huntington University

Teen Program