Attend a Homeschool Conference From the Comfort of Home at Times Convenient for You

iHomeschool Studio gives homeschool parents the continuing education and encouragement they need to persevere in their homeschool journey with excellence and resolve.

iHomeschool Studio began in 2013 as a successful online event that also provided attendees with downloadable MP3 files of all the live sessions. Because of our attendees overwhelming feedback, in the fall of 2015, we decided to change the format if iHomeschool Studio from a live event to a fully pre-recorded event. This means that you don’t have to keep up with a schedule or translate times into your particular time zone. Simply download the MP3 files when you want and listen at any time. Start and stop, pick up where you left off, rewind and review. The files are yours to keep forever.

Dear Jimmie and Amy,
I just wanted to thank you for having this webinar. The annual homeschooling convention I can attend in person doesn’t occur until April; I honestly didn’t know if I could stay motivated to continue homeschooling until then. The mid-winter blues had certainly set in. I listened in on more than a few of the sessions, and all of the leaders were incredibly encouraging with timely, invaluable information I can use now. I hope you continue these as an annual, online convention. I can’t think of how you could better help a homeschooling mom like me and at such an affordable cost. I look forward to listening to the mp3s of those sessions I missed as well. Cristy Stebelton

Dear Jimmie and Amy,
I loved the webinar! I am not currently homeschooling, but I happened to hear about the sessions as I was doing some research. It was very helpful as I make plans for fall of 2014. My very favorite classes were Homeschooling Through High School, Loving Geography, and Loving Living Math.

Thank you so much an incredible amount of information for such a small price! Shaura Miller

Please note: These MP3s are the property of iHomeschool Network and may not be distributed to other people or entities. If a party is found liable to copyright infringement, federal law provides for civil remedies that may include substantial monetary payment, injunctive relief and liability for attorney’s fee. Criminal penalties may be imposed if someone willfully infringes a copyrighted work, even if no profit is derived from the activity. This type of crime is punishable by up to five years imprisonment, up to $250,000 in fines, or both.
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