The Homeschool Alliance of North Carolina, Inc. is an inclusive, 501(c)(3), nonprofit organization which does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, pregnancy status, sex, age, marital status, disability, medical condition, sexual orientation, gender identity, homeschool method or any characteristic protected by law.
With a voluntary Board of Directors, The Homeschool Alliance of North Carolina, Inc. recognizes that North Carolina Homeschoolers are a diverse group of individual families, and is committed to the empowerment of all registered North Carolina Homeschoolers in making informed decisions regarding homeschooling in North Carolina.
The Board of Directors accomplishes this by sponsoring the yearly Love to Learn Homeschool Conference. At the conference, homeschoolers can browse the vendor area, as well as attend sessions on a wide variety of homeschool issues. Everyone will find something at the Love to Learn Conference, from the beginning homeschooler to those more experienced. Of course, children are always welcome.
The Homeschool Alliance of North Carolina, Inc also provides a diverse Homeschool Alliance yahoo e mail list, open to all homeschoolers, with a goal of providing an atmosphere for the sharing of homeschool information, ideas, opinions, and questions. The Homeschool Alliance yahoo e mail list is also used to keep North Carolina homeschoolers up to date with any potential changes in the North Carolina Homeschool Law, changes with the Division of Non Public Education and any communication from the Division of Non Public Education or its director.
The Homeschool Alliance of North Carolina, Inc maintains a blog, see the tab above, which concentrates on homeschooling news and articles from around the state and the globe. Keep up to date with homeschooling news by visiting the HA-NC blog.
Please continue to look around the Homeschool Alliance of North Carolina, Inc web site. You will find additional, helpful information here. Information for beginning homeschoolers, links to help you stay informed about legislative issues, prior interactions with the Division of Non Public Education as well as links to the North Carolina State Homeschool Laws.