The New Hampshire Homeschooling Coalition Annual Spring Workshop Saturday, April 25

Join homeschoolers from across New Hampshire for a day of workshops and small group sessions Saturday, April 25, at the Nackey Loeb School of Communications in Manchester. In the morning, a panel of homeschoolers with various philosophies and methods of education will discuss how they teach their children at home.

Homeschool Prom in Rochester

The Milton Homeschool Group cordially invites homeschool, high school students to an “Enchanted Forest” 2015 High School Prom on Saturday, May 23, 6:00pm-10:00pm at The Elks, 295 Columbus Street, Rochester, NH 03867. Tickets are now only $27 per person & include: Three Course Dinner, Formal Photos, DJ, Keepsake, and more…

Upon purchase of ticket, student will receive an emailed packet which will include: Registration, Photo Form, Rules & Guidelines, Liability Waiver & Electronic Ticket.

Dance Classes in Kittery Taught by Homeschooler

Larissa is a 17 year old home schooler who has been dancing since she was three. She has several years of advanced training in dance and choreography in Boston and attended a summer intensive in NYC. She is passionate about dance and is pursuing it as her career path. If interested, you can check out her dance reel at\119714396.

Classes will be held on Monday afternoons at the Kittery Community Center (120 Rogers Road, Kittery, ME) in their beautiful new dance studio. The cost will be $7/class. They'll run March 16 through early June.

12:15-1:00 Ballet for 6-9 year olds

VSA Playwright Discovery Competition Call for Scripts

Each year, young writers with and without disabilities, in U.S. grades 6-12 (or equivalents) or ages 11-18 for non-U.S. students, are asked to explore the disability experience through the art of script writing for stage or screen. Writers may craft scripts from their own experiences and observations, create fictional characters and settings, or choose to write metaphorically or abstractly about the disability experience.

School Performances at the Palace Theater in Manchester

The Palace Theatre in Manchester is reaching out to the Homeschool Community to let you know that We have added school performances of our Professional Series Productions. Students can attend Godspell on April 10th at 10am.
We are able to offer school discounts to groups of 10 or more! Seats are $9 a piece with a free ticket for every 15 seats purchased Please contact Janey Goldberg at 603-668-5588 x127 or with any questions and to hold seats for these fantastic shows!

Homeschool Program on the Plants of Mixed Hardwood Forests at Camp Lincoln Friday, March 20

Spend a day exploring and learning about the plants in our mixed hardwood forests. Discover the history behind the white pine’s other name: the mast tree. Learn the difference between deciduous and coniferous trees. Also, get down on your hands and knees and unearth the smaller plants that cover our forest floor. Students will have the opportunity to help create an interpretive nature walk for future students to use. Come prepared to be outside for the day in our beautiful natural environment on the shores of Kingston Lake. Bring your own lunch, snacks and water bottle.

Looking for a Pen Pal Program?

The HSAMF (Home School Association for Military Families) Pen Pal Program
is a FREE literacy based, traditional letter writing program. It is a great way to get children writing traditional letters, a skill that is often lost in today's society, as well as make friends with children they would otherwise not have met. Both military and civilian families can get involved.

Quite honestly, it has been a great way to work on grammar and spelling with my children, without them even realizing they are "working on school."

Children’s Museum hosts LEGO Robotics Workshops for Homeschoolers

The Children’s Museum of New Hampshire in Dover will be hosting a pair of workshops for homeschoolers who want to learn to program LEGO Mindstorm robots. NH LEGO League Master Builder Daniel Hughes will conduct workshops on Tuesday, March 10 and Tuesday, March 17 for kids ages 8-14. Both workshops will meet from 10 am – 12 noon and the cost is $20 (one price for both workshops).

Build a Solar Powered Model Car—Competition in Derry in June

The Energy & Environmental Advisory Committee of the town of Derry is again hosting the National Junior Solar Sprint competition in Derry on June 6, 2015. We hope that you will consider forming a team or teams for entry in this educational competition. Junior Solar Sprint was founded to promote STEM learning and encourages: teamwork, problem solving, awareness of environmental issues, hands-on engineering skills, creative thinking, and experimentation.

2015 Virtual Supreme Court Competition on Constitutional Law

Deadline: March 27, 2015

The Harlan Institute-ConSource Virtual Supreme Court Competition offers teams of two high school students the opportunity to research cutting-edge constitutional law, write persuasive appellate briefs, argue against other students through video chats, and try to persuade a panel of esteemed attorneys during oral argument that their side is correct. This year the competition focuses on Zivotofsky v. Kerry.