Save The Date!
Celebrate the freedom to homeschool with families from across the state.

Homeschoolers across the state of Arizona gather to meet and thank our legislators for the work that they do for our communities throughout the year. Through the years, this biennial event has led to countless coalitions being built with members of our government that share our vision and has softened many who had been previously opposed to our style of education.

Homeschool Day at the Capitol has developed into a half day of learning and activities, while still achieving our goals of exposure to and gratitude for our public servants.

Make plans now to join us for Homeschool Day at the Capitol at your beautiful Arizona state Capitol in downtown Phoenix!

Details - Friday, March 3, 2023
Time - TBD

Invite Your Legislator
AFHE invites all representatives and senators to attend this event. We encourage you to also write to your legislators, thanking them for their service and inviting them to attend. Here is a link to email your legislators.

Location - Wesley Bolin Memorial Plaza
1700 W Washington St.|Phoenix AZ 85007

What to Bring
Be sure to bring a picnic blanket and/or camping chairs for seating at the event. We ask that those in camping chairs leave room up front for those sitting on blankets. Bring a picnic lunch, sunscreen, and plenty of water as temperatures begin to rise in March.

Where to Park
There are two main parking options. One is the parking lot east of the Capitol and in front of the House and Senate. Take the 7th Avenue exit from I10 and head south and then west on Washington which merges with Adams and the parking lot will be on your left. The other option is behind the Governor’s Tower which can be reached by taking the 19th Avenue exit from I10 and taking 19th Avenue south and then turning east on Washington. Here is a link to a map of parking options.