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Latter-day Saint Home Educators:

The Resource for your Homeschool

Since 2004 we’ve been on a mission to help our fellow LDS homeschooling families.        Here’s how we do it:

#1 – Each year we hold two conferences packed with excellent programs for youth and adults. This year our conferences have been cancelled due to COVID-19 restrictions, but our 2021 conference dates are: May 5-7, 2021 – Virginia Beach, Virginia
May 26-28, 2021 – Ogden, Utah

#2 –  Audio recordings from twenty conferences are available anytime–over 1000 presentations for Youth and Adults.

#3 – A Library full of great helps for you and your family. Check out our Support for Beginners page.

Update: 2020 Conferences are going Online!

We’re excited to present many of the classes planned for our 2020 East and West conferences as interactive webinars. Listen to the presenters, watch their visual presentations, and ask questions you may have–all live! 

LDSHE has also started a Podcast channel, and will be releasing new podcasts every Monday and Friday.  We will be curating our vast collection of conference classes to bring you our very favorite ones from the twenty past LDSHE conferences. The Wednesday Webinars will be going up on our Podcast site, as well as on our YouTube channel, within a few days after the classes are presented.


Hey You...Yes, we mean You...We need you!

Volunteering behind the scenes to plan LDSHE conferences is where the REAL excitement of LDSHE happens!  Do you want to lend your talents and learn new skills as you strengthen our team and make the 2021 conferences the best yet?  We can’t wait to work with you!

Please tell us who you are and what you’re interested in, and we’ll be in touch!

Do You Remember These Great Conferences?
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Did you know that LDSHE has a T-shirt shop?

Visit this website to see all of our cute shirts for homeschoolers. 

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