30th Annual Arizona Home Education
Convention and Curriculum Fair
Friday, June 14 and Saturday, June 15, 2013
Phoenix Convention Center, South Building
33 South Third Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004
Early Registration Closed May 13, 2013
Early discount registration opened in early February and closed May 13, 2013.
Convention registration and membership are non-refundable and non-transferrable.
On-Site Registration at the Door
After May 13, 2013 registration will be available at the door.
If you didn't get the chance to take advantage of our early registration discount you can still make plans to join us and register at the door. We know that you will be blessed and find the at-the-door admission price still well worth the investment for the opportunity to come and hear from many top-notch speakers, shop in an 80,000 sq. ft. exhibit hall filled with a wide array of quality curricula and resources, and much more!
The on-site adult admission fee is $85 per individual or married couple regardless of membership status.
Children / Teens
We love children and you are welcome to bring your child/children with you, however this conference is geared for parent / teacher enrichment and learning and space is limited in workshop rooms, so we encourage you to start early to make childcare arrangements.
Teens and children (age 3 and up) will be charged an admission fee of $10 each. Infants (age 2 and under) are admitted free. A curtained mothers' area will be available in the exhibit hall for nursing and feeding. Children under age 12 must remain with an adult at all times.
Information about this year's two-day Teen Program for youth age 12-18 can be found on the TEEN PROGRAM page. Note: The year's Teen Program is limited to the first 400 teens that register and costs $15 per participant. The Teen Program registration fee of $15 includes admission to the exhibit hall and other workshops in addition to the Teen Program. Teen Program participants do not need to pay the $10 child/teen admission fee on top of their $15 registration.
Unmarried homeschooled graduates that are attending college or still living at home may register for the convention at the $10 child/teen rate if they register with their parents. Homeschooled graduates over the age of 19 are not eligible to participate in the teen program. Married graduates or those living on their own must register separately and pay the adult admission fee.
We understand the importance of grandparents in the home education process. Non-homeschooling grandparents are always free if they attend with their adult children who pay the regular admission fee. Grandparents who are still homeschooling one or more of their own children must register separately and pay the admission fee.
As a means to share the vision of home education and to build strong relationships with churches, we invite non-homeschooling pastors of Arizona churches to attend the convention free of charge. This offer is extended to pastors who do not teach their own children at home currently, but are interested in learning more about homeschooling. Registration by May 13, 2013 is requested for free admission for non-homeschooling pastors. Please have your pastor contact us at email@example.com to receive registration instructions.
Pastors who are homeschooling one or more of their children must register as a regular attendee and pay the admission fee.
Express Check-in for Pre-Registered Attendees
Those who pre-register for the convention will have access to express check-in when arriving at the convention. Look for the PRE-REGISTRATION lines to pick up name badge lanyards, goody bag, and convention program.
If you are bringing additional children/teens or grandparents that you did not include with your early registration, you will need to fill out an on-site registration card and use one of the on-site cash or credit lines to register additional attendees.