High School Day @ Homeschool Convention 2019
Just for those who have been following us, this is an early drop for…The Homeschool Convention 2019’s High School Day! 50 spaces on April 12, Friday, 11am-1pm. If you’ve got a teen, wondering about homeschooling teens, and how they feel about homeschooling, this is it.
TICKETS ARE SOLD OUT. REGISTRATION IS CLOSED FOR HIGH SCHOOL DAY. (updated 23 Feb 2019)
Hands up parents, if you ever wanted to ask homeschooled teens if they had a social life, or gasp, if they had a future…High School Day features 7 amazing HSDstories from these speakers, all homeschooling or were homeschooled in their teens.
– How are/were you homeschooled as a teen?
– What were common misconceptions?
– Would you do it again? How different would it be?
– What happens after teen years? Where do you go?
– What activities are there for teens?
They will tell you from their point of view. Get ready to laugh, be provoked, and be surprised. Enjoy this 2 hour session with or without your teen.
High School Day @ Homeschool Convention 2019 is organised by John Hoy
”The only time success comes before work is in the dictionary.” This quote by one of the main characters in the legal drama, Suits, serves as a motivating principle for John as he navigates life’s distractions. A homeschooler who has just graduated from high school, he spends most of his time studying politics, texting, eating, and targeting his next goal in life. Possessing a logic-oriented mindset, he loves an intellectual challenge, but also cherishes simple conversations with those he cares deeply about.
TICKETS ON SALE NOW at our early bird price of $10. (Make your purchase below.) TICKETS ARE SOLD OUT. REGISTRATION IS CLOSED FOR HIGH SCHOOL DAY. (updated 23 Feb 2019)
Includes entry to Fairs.
There will be no refunds.
Please make your own babysitting arrangements for your younger kids before purchasing your tickets, as it can be very distracting for the audience and speakers. Bring something for the little ones to do if they have to be with you. Nursing babies are welcomed.
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