Upcoming Events

 

 

College ABCs
Monday, September 30, 6:45 – 8:45 pm

Let’s discuss the different types of high education such as Community College, California State University (CSU), University of California (UC), private college, Bible college, vocational institution, and how homeschoolers can gain admission to each.  Also included will be a brief introduction to financial aid.  High school students are welcome to come with their parent for a small additional fee. 

$12.00$20.00Select options

 

 

Homeschooling: the What, the Why & the How
Tuesday, October 8, 7:00 – 8:30 pm

This is the workshop for those who want to learn more about what homeschooling is, why people want to homeschool, and how to do it legally in California.  Great for those ready to get started homeschooling right now as well as those who are evaluating their different educational options.

$5.00Add to cart

 

Please arrange childcare for your little ones
(although nursing babies are welcome).  
 
 
What workshops would you like to see offered in upcoming months? We can schedule a date with 4 firm commitments, so let us know if you’d like to attend any workshop listed on our “Classes” page.   Most workshops can be presented from either a Christian or a nonsectarian worldview.  Please specify your preference.

 

Penny Ross, Homeschool Speaker
 
Penny Ross is the speaker for the workshops listed above unless otherwise listed. She homeschooled her own 3 children, served in local homeschool leadership for over  30 years, and now serves as a homeschool consultant and used curriculum proprietor at Tools for the Home Educator in Torrance, CA.  Additionally, she has spoken at the CHEA Annual Convention, CHEA  Bay Area Convention, CHN Expo, and for many homeschool groups throughout Southern California.

 

Due to limited space, pre-registration is required for ALL workshops offered by Tools for the Home Educator.  If you prefer not to register online, please call 310-590-0846.

 

 
 
 

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