Arizona is a great state in which to homeschool. In this Getting Started section of the AFHE website, you will find links to Frequently Asked Questions, information about Arizona homeschool law, instructions for filing an Affidavit of Intent to Homeschool, plus a variety of resources and opportunities to get connected. AFHE is here to help. If you have questions after reading through the information on our website, feel free to email us at email@example.com. We are happy to assist as you start your homeschool journey here in Arizona.
AFHE’s quarterly magazine, Homeschool Arizona, is packed with articles and information to encourage and equip you. The print edition is mailed to member families statewide. A digital copy is available on the website within a few weeks of the print copy being mailed out.
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Article by Bethany Newhouse, Arizona homeschool student, age 17 Photos taken by Mark Newhouse, AFHE Member, homeschool dad The Jewish History Museum is not only a treasure of the past for Tucson, but also for all of Arizona. Built in the early 1900s, it was the first...
Arizona homeschool students and graduates ages 12-23 with quality products and services for sale are invited to apply for booth space in the Young Entrepreneur section of the exhibit hall at the 2017 AFHE Convention.
Enjoy an elite convention experience with VIP perks while supporting the work of a non-profit that serves the Arizona Homeschool Community all year long!
AFHE recently shared information about an administrative win that would give homeschool students equal access to jobs through Arizona state agencies using their homeschool graduation credentials (parent-issued diploma and high school transcript) without being required to take the GED. HB2389 creates a statutory solution solidifying the administrative agreements to accept the graduation credentials of homeschooled students.