Announcements and Events
|New Director NCDNPE 2018||
As a result of changes in the State Administration, Ms. Diane Allen is no longer the Director of the North Carolina Division of Non-Public Education. An interim Director, who has Ms. Allen's full support, has been named.Read More
|Homeschool PhysicsQuest 2018||
Every year, the American Physical Society makes Physics Quests kits available to students....for FREE! This year, they're available to middle school students, including homeschool students.Read More
|Homeschool Girls: Girls Go CyberStart||
This year, for the first time ever, North Carolina is one of 16 states in the U.S. participating in the Girls Go CyberStart Challenge! Homeschool girls in grades 9-12 residing in North Carolina are eligible to participate!
Hurry! The registration window is only open from January 29, to February 16, 2018!
The online games begin at 9:00 a.m. on February 20th and end at 11:59 p.m. on February 25th.Read More
|NC Homeschool National Geographic Bee||
It is FREE! It is FUN! It is EDUCATIONAL! It is open to ALL NC Homeschool students in Grades 4-8! The NC Homeschool National Geographic Bee will be held on January 6, 2018. Learn more about how your student can participate!
|Data Stories 2017||
|Fourth Annual Fire Safety for Homeschool Students||
FREE Fourth Annual Fire Safety for Homeschool Students! Harrisburg, NC. October 23, 2017
|Free Dyslexia Resources||
Over 50 Free Dyslexia Resources for Homeschoolers!
|Envirothon Information Meeting||
Envirothon Information Meeting for Homeschool Students - Union County Agricultural Center.
|T-STEP Program For Students with Autism||
Charlotte TEACCH Center invites homeschool students to participate in the 12-week T-STEP program for students ages 16-21, with autism spectrum disorder.
|Hurricane Harvey: How You Can Help||
Hurricane Harvey: How You Can Help
By now you've seen the photos of the disaster happening in Houston, TX and surrounding areas as a result of Hurricane Harvey. Homes flooded, cars submerged, nursing home residents stranded in waist deep water, neighbors and rescue groups evacuating people and pets. Most of us are trying to figure out how we can help. We put ourselves in the shoes of someone who has lost everything and we try to figure out what they might need. Before doing anything, take a deep breath and a moment to learn about how you can really help.Read More