BC Christian Home Educators’ Convention April 25th & 26th


“Two roads diverged in a wood, and I – I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.” – Robert Frost

Are you considering the road less traveled? Curious about homeschooling, or just starting on the journey? Join us for our New to Homeschooling workshops (N2HS), where you can ask questions and learn what homeschooling is all about.
For families who have never homeschooled, but are exploring this option, we are offering a free spouse Plus One admission for the N2HS stream, (valid with one paid registration of the same duration ie.one day or weekend). Contact Shandra at organize@bcconvention.ca for a coupon code before you register.

Do you have students entering High School? Concerned about graduation requirements? Attend our High School Fair to find out what your options are!

We are excited to have Carol Barnier as our Keynote speaker! PHOTO-Carol Pro Super Cropped Carol is a fresh, fun and popular Christian conference speaker unlike any you’ve heard before. Her objective is to have the wit of Erma Bombeck crossed with the depth of C.S. Lewis, but admits that on most days, she only achieves a solid Lucy Ricardo with a bit of Bob the Tomato!

Bring the whole family!

  • Nursery, Preschool/Kindergarten, and Children’s programs
  • Youth Day Camp Program held at Maple Springs Bible Camp
  • 48 Workshops to choose from!
  • Visit the Trade Show – Two halls and over 80 booths of great resources!
  • Registration is now open!

    Visit our website and register: BC CHEC

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