Tips for the 2022 Virtual Catholic Homeschool Conference

by | May 31, 2022 | Blog, Latest News & Posts

Get Ready for this year’s BIG SUMMER Homeschool Conference!

It is happening virtually June 10th and 11th, that’s next week!!!


To get all the juicy details…..

I put together a handy pdf guidebook which has all the details for the LIVE, pre-recorded talks, and more.

I even added free printables to help you get the MOST of the

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  • Daily schedule for the LIVE sessions on Friday June 10th, and Saturday the 11th.
  • BRAND NEW: Networking sessions – meet each other and the speakers in between the talks.
  • Conference tips and printable note taking sheets
  • Checklist for all the 19 pre-recorded talks (which will have early access on Thursday night, and all through the event)
  • Checklist for this years BRAND NEW practical and interactive LIVE WORKSHOPS


When is the conference this year???


Conference doors open: Thursday, June 9 @ 8 PM Eastern (ET)

Conference begins: Friday, June 10 @ 3:30 PM ET Saturday, June 11 @ 11 AM ET

The cost is $38.97 for this year’s event admission, and one year access to the recordings (using our affiliate link below will help support our private -off Facebook FREE community – thank you!)

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