Region 5

 

 

 

Don and Kim Quon
877-696-6343, ext. 5

314-413-4497

[email protected]

 

                                                                                                                                      

 

The greater St. Louis area is a wonderful place to homeschool!  

Our region covers 9 counties:
St Louis, St Charles, Jefferson, Franklin, Gasconade, Lincoln, Montgomery, Osage, and Warren. 

There are many support groups, resources, cultural and
educational events and activities from which to choose. 
We are here to help you whether it is a question about the MO homeschooling law,
local support group information, or seminars
that will give you valuable information to pursue your homeschooling journey.




 

High School Seminar
February 9, 2019
10:00-noon
Daniel Boone County Library,
300 Clarkson Rd, Room #2, Ellisville 63011
Register at [email protected]


New Homeschool Seminar 101

February 13, 2019
6:30-8:00
Jefferson County Library
5680 Missouri PP, High Ridge 63049
Register at [email protected]


New Homeschool Seminar 101

March 9, 2019
10:00-noon
Daniel Boone County Library,
300 Clarkson Rd, Room #2, Ellisville 63011
Register at [email protected]


High School Seminar

April 13, 2019
10:00-noon
Daniel Boone County Library,
300 Clarkson Rd, Room #2, Ellisville 63011
Register at [email protected]


Descriptions:

New Homeschool 101's
Are you new to homeschooling in Missouri or just need a refresher in our homeschooling law?  Then join us for a free seminar where we will cover the law, record keeping, curriculum choices, learning styles, organization and more.  Please do not contact the library for information.  Although the seminar is free, please register at [email protected] so that we have enough handouts for everyone.

High School Seminars
Whether you are dealing with middle school or already in the high school trenches, join us for this free seminar to help you homeschool high school.  We will cover graduation requirements, class choices, GPA, transcripts, scholarships, electives, dual enrollment, FAFSA, testing, and more. Whether you child is headed towards college, tech school, military or the work force, this is information you will need.  Please do not contact the library for information.  Although the seminar is free, please register at [email protected] so that we have enough handouts for everyone.


The following event has been postponed until March 7 because of the weather!!! 

 

             

 


Click here for links to local support groups, learning centers, and co-ops. 

 


Great Homeschool Convention
St. Charles, MO

March 28-30, 2019

 

Use the FHE discount code FHC2019 at checkout

The code expires on March 1st, 2019

 

FHE will have a booth in the exhibition hall where you may ask questions, renew membership and/or obtain a copy of the

First Things First: A Guide for the Missouri Home Educator

 

FHE Region 5 Director, Kim Quon, will be teaching new homeschool workshops on Missouri homeschool law requirements.

If you are new to homeschooling, new to Missouri,

or need a refresher, check out the workshops!

 

Click here for more infomation or to Register

 

 

Teach Them Diligently
Rogers, Arkansas

March 21– 23, 2019

Use the FHE discount code GROUP10
To receive a $10 discount off your registration

FHE will NOT have an exhibitor booth this year,
but FHE will be represented at the
Teach Them Diligently Leadership Summit
during the convention

For more information or to register
visit the Teach Them Diligently
Rogers, Arkansas
Click Here

 

Click here to view the preliminary schedule

 

 

MPE Homeschool Conference
April 5– 6, 2019
Kansas City, MO

 DISCOUNTED ONLINE REGISTRATION
only available until March 23, 2019!

FHE will have a booth in the exhibition hall
where you may ask questions,
renew membership
and obtain a copy of the
“First Things First:
A Guide for the Missouri Home Educator”

For more information or to register
visit the MPE Conference 
Click Here