Deadline Approaching – SHBE Community Builder Grant

Supporting Homeschool Communities SHBE is excited to announce our December 2022 Homeschool Community Builder Grant of $300. Two (2) Saskatchewan Homeschool groups will be awarded $150 each, through a random draw, to be used toward a Homeschool event or activity in Saskatchewan. Deadline to apply is December 1, 2022. Eligibility: For more information, email grants@shbe.ca. Application Form: Fill out this … Read More

Convention Logo Contest

Calling all Teens!! The SHBE Homeschool Convention will be February 24 & 25 at the Queensbury Convention Centre in Regina! We need a logo to promote the event! Our theme is “Relax. Refresh. Reconnect.” The winner will receive a FREE teen registration to the convention (and bragging rights)! Must be 13 – 18 years old and currently homeschooled in Saskatchewan. … Read More

SHBE Community Builder Grant

Supporting Homeschool Communities SHBE is excited to announce our December 2022 Homeschool Community Builder Grant of $300. Two (2) Saskatchewan Homeschool groups will be awarded $150 each, through a random draw, to be used toward a Homeschool event or activity in Saskatchewan. Deadline to apply is December 1, 2022. Eligibility: For more information, email grants@shbe.ca. Application Form: Fill out this … Read More

2023 SHBE Convention – February 24, 25

Hello fellow homeschoolers! Mark February 24 and 25 in your calendar for the 2023 SHBE Homeschool Convention. Plans are in the works for a full-size convention, including keynote speakers, workshops, vendor hall, used books, and lots of socializing. SHBE has booked the Queensbury Convention Centre in Regina for the 2023 SHBE convention.

Registration Information

Registration is now open for the 2022 SHBE Convention May 13-15! Our theme this year is Connecting Forward through homegrown education. With a variety of speakers, topics, social times, and resources this convention is sure to be a highlight in your homeschool year. This convention is for parents and other adults who participate in homeschooling, new and long-time homeschoolers as … Read More

Key Note Speaker – Kerby Court

Kerby Court is married and has four daughters, aged 9-16. Kerby has been involved in education and coaching since he graduated from Pacific Lutheran University in 1993. He has a Master of Arts in Leadership from Trinity Western University as well as undergraduate degrees in Communications, Religious Studies, History, and Education. Kerby spent 15 years as basketball coach at the … Read More

Key Note Speaker – Jenn Dean

Jenn Dean is a parenting coach who founded Families Matter Most, an organization that helps families thrive. Having faced difficulties and challenges in her own parenting, she knows firsthand just how tough it can be! Jenn speaks online and all over Canada offering practical tools to families through private coaching, seminars, camps and workshops. Families Matter Most material is tailored … Read More

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