The greater St. Louis area is a wonderful place to homeschool!
Our region covers 9 counties:
St Louis, St Charles, Jefferson, Franklin, Gasconade, Lincoln, Montgomery, Osage, and Warren.
There are many support groups, resources, cultural and
educational events and activities from which to choose.
We are here to help you whether it is a question about the MO homeschooling law,
local support group information, or seminars
that will give you valuable information to pursue your homeschooling journey.
Homeschool 101 and High School Seminars
New Homeschool Seminar
Watch for upcoming
Seminarsto be posted.
High School Seminar
Saturday, November 2
Thornhill County Library – Room #2
12863 Willowyck Dr.
St. Louis, MO 63146
New Homeschool 101's
Are you new to homeschooling in Missouri or just need
a refresher in our homeschooling law?
Then join us for a free seminar where we will
cover the law, record keeping, curriculum choices,
learning styles, organization and more.
High School Seminars
Whether you are dealing with middle school or
already in the high school trenches, join us
for this free seminar to help you homeschool high school.
We will cover graduation requirements,
class choices, GPA, transcripts, scholarships,
electives, dual enrollment, FAFSA, testing,
The seminars are free, but registration is required so that we have enough handouts.
Register by emailing Kim Quon at [email protected] and note which seminar you are attending.
Please do not contact the library for information.
Saturday, September 21, 2019
10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Salem Methodist Church
1200 S Lindbergh Blvd (at Hwy 40)
St Louis, MO 63131
High School aged homeschoolers will have a chance to talk to colleges
and find out what they have to offer your students when they graduate.
It is NOT too early to bring your middle school aged students
also in order to start learning about the process.
There will be 2 mini workshops with a panels of college reps:
Dual Enrollment and Transcripts from 10:30-11:15
(College Reps will discuss their dual enrollment opportunities
and what they are looking for on our transcripts)
and Panel Discussion from 1:00-1:45
(College Reps will discuss what they see are the strengths
and weaknesses of their homeschool students
and offer tips on how to prepare for the demands of college life.)
This is a free event open to all homeschool families
with middle and high school aged students.
Click here for more infomation
Teach Them Diligently
Save The Date
March 26-28, 2020
MPE Homeschool Conference
April 3-4, 2020
Kansas City, MO
For more information