The AFHE Magazine is a printed, full-color magazine published by AFHE that is mailed out to homeschooling families statewide.
The AFHE Magazine is getting a name change! Starting with the Spring 2015 issue, you’ll find the same top-quality content and design, now with a title that better reflects the heart of the publication and also communicates at a glance what our magazine is all about.
Homeschool Arizona (formerly the Arizona Home Education Journal) is published four times per year with the focus of each issue on helping to encourage, equip, and educate homeschooling families across Arizona.
Online Digital Version
We are pleased to announce that our quarterly magazine is now available in an online digital format. We will post the digital version of each upcoming issue soon after our subscribers receive each print version via postal mail. We will post additional back issues as time permits.
Advertising in the AFHE Magazine provides an excellent opportunity to tell Arizona homeschool families about your product or service. All articles, announcements, and advertisements included in the AFHE Magazine must support AFHE's philosophy and purpose of promoting and preserving parent-led-family-funded, relationship-based home education.
The following deadlines apply to all article and advertising submissions for the AFHE Magazine.
SPRING CONVENTION ISSUE
Scheduled to arrive in mailboxes in early March
Scheduled to arrive in mailboxes in early June
Scheduled to arrive in mailboxes in mid-September
Scheduled to arrive in mailboxes in early December
Homeschoolers Excel Column Submissions
We value the opportunity to highlight the achievements and accomplishments of Arizona homeschooled students in our quarterly magazine, the Homeschool Arizona, and we invite families to submit articles for the Homeschoolers Excel column. Articles should be written in third person about the student(s) being highlighted.
NOTE: Students featured in the Homeschoolers Excel column must be taught at home by their parents in accordance with ARS §15-802 where the parent is the primary instructor in the core subjects. Students enrolled in public, private, or virtual charter schools are not eligible.
Submission instructions and additional information can be found on page 3 of the WRITERS' GUIDELINES (pdf).