Thrive! Conference
Speakers and Workshops Announced!
May 31-June 2, Winston-Salem
The NCHE conference has the best speakers for NC homeschoolers—both nationally known speakers and NC speakers who know first-hand about homeschooling here.
Featured Speakers
Additional Speakers
Workshop Schedule

Thrive! Talent Showcase
Do you know a talented homeschool student? The Talent Showcase is always a highlight of the conference for all ages. It's time to start working on those auditions to submit to the committee! The deadline to submit is March 31. The committee is open to a variety of talents, so don't limit your thinking to the usual music and dance. Some of the past talents have been film making, drama, Tae Kwon Do, jump rope and sign language. Help us spread the word to all of your talented homeschool friends, and if you would like to recommend a student to us, we will contact them.

High School Graduation
Do you have a graduate this spring? NCHE offers:

  • a state-wide graduation ceremony, June 2
  • a distinctive diploma
  • a GREENHOUSE Magazine to recognize graduates.
  • college scholarships

Learn more about these offerings at our Graduate Central. Deadline to apply for the graduation ceremony or submit for GREENHOUSE recognition is March 1. Scholarship application deadline is March 15. Diplomas are available year-round.

Homeschool Opportunities
Airborne & Special Ops Museum
Join NCHE families for our field trip to the Airborne & Special Ops Museum on February 27 in Fayetteville.

Mark Your Calendars for Future Field Trips
March 16-18—Family Camping at Morrow Mountain State Park
April 20—NC Transportation Museum

In the Spotlight: It All Started with Annie
Abigail Parker Brown won the talent showcase in Orlando, Florida, and won best overall actress for her performances in commercial, improvisation and film scenes. Read more about it in our featured GREENHOUSE article of the week.

Updates to NCHE Website and Your Account
The NCHE website is being gradually updated to be more mobile friendly. if you have not signed into your NCHE account since January 9, 2018, you will need to create a new password. From the NCHE homepage, click on the "Member Login" link in the upper right corner of the page. Click on the "Lost Password" link on the Log In page. Then, enter your email address, and click the "Get New Password" button. You will be sent an email with instructions on how to reset your password. Once you are logged in, scroll down and generate a new password by clicking on the “Generate Password” button. Then, enter the password you want into the field that opens.You will not be able to access your downloads, membership ID, transaction history, or order history until the upgrade is complete. If you need help, contact Spencer Mason, 704-661-6299,

Articles of Interest
Each week we look for articles that you might be interested in so that we can share them with you.

Homeschooling Could Be the Smartest Way to Teach Kids in the 21st Century — Here Are 5 Reasons Why
(Business Insider)

How We Homeschool Preschool at Roscommon Acres
(Life Led Homeschool)

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  • protect the freedom to educate at home
  • provide encouragement and support to families choosing home education for their children
  • promote home education as an excellent educational alternative

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