We are excited to be hosting the Central Vermont Homeschool Conference this year.

Held at Pacem School in Montpelier, VT on Saturday, May 19th from 9am to 4pm, this conference is an opportunity to gather with other homeschoolers to reinvigorate your homeschooling life, explore common questions, and gather new ideas.

More information will be available on this page soon!

Seeking homeschool parents and teens for informal conference panels!  Come tell your story!
The homeschool conference in Montpelier on May 19th will feature several parent (or parent/student) panels, which will allow attendees to hear about how other people do it, ask questions, and participate in discussions.  We’re looking for folks to be on the panels who can speak about your own experiences in one of these areas:
  • homeschooling children of multiple ages at the same time
  • self-directed learning/unschooling
  • homeschooling at the high school level and preparing for college
  • your daily/weekly rhythm
There is no special expertise or level of experience required to be on the panel, just a willingness to talk about how things go in your family and the choices you’ve made.  Were hoping to have a diversity of approaches and perspectives on each panel, and even newer homeschoolers are encouraged to consider participating if you think you have something to offer on one of these topics.  We have one likely teen panelist and would love to have more, and we’re also considering a separate panel of only teens to share their homeschooling experiences.  We will ask each panelist to speak for a short time (maybe 3-5 minutes) about how this topic has played out for you and your family and then a moderator will facilitate questions and discussion.
For information or to volunteer, please contact conference organizer Rebecca Yahm.