Homeschool Iowa Capitol Day

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Iowa State Capitol Building



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Make plans to join us
ONSITE
at the Iowa State Capitol
on March 15, 2022!

Our Virtual 2021 Homeschool Iowa Capitol Day content is still accessible!

Don't despair if you missed participating
in this fun and educational day for your entire family!

The entertaining activities,
short videos about our Capitol, 
and virtual instruction on how our laws are made
are available below.


Why is this virtual event worth your time?

You'll receive high quality content focusing on compelling topics related to homeschooling, history, and our state government. You will be educated, inspired, and equipped. If you value your homeschool freedom, this event content will definitely be worth your time.

Who is this virtual event for?

It's for everyone: elementary students to high school students to adults. It offers content for a day of school your children will not forget. And, as a homeschooling parent, you'll be better informed about how to make an impact at our Iowa Statehouse. 

What does this event include?

Entertaining and educational videos and projects provide an exceptional opportunity for quality learning. Lots of behind-the-scenes information and insider interviews are available. 

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Homeschool Iowa Capitol Day

This event is so much more than a day to "lobby" our legislators!
It's an entertaining, educational, impacting experience!

Your family can provide legislators with "a face for homeschooling."
What an effective means to make a real difference!

You'll learn about our government and state capitol,
and enjoy many additional activities.

ATTENDEE REGISTRATION IS FREE
LIMITED SPACE IN SESSIONS & TOURS

REGISTER NOW!

MARCH 16 | 9:30am-4:00pm
IOWA STATE CAPITOL | 1007 E Grand Ave
CALVARY CHAPEL | 606 E 9th St


Zan Tyler: 2020 Homeschool Iowa Capitol Day Featured Speaker

Featured Speaker:
Zan Tyler

Zan’s homeschool journey began in 1984 when homeschooling was illegal in South Carolina. The State Superintendent of Education threatened Zan with jail for insisting on homeschooling her son.

For the next eight years, she and other homeschool families battled for homeschool freedom and the establishment of landmark homeschool legislation in South Carolina. Her success in South Carolina has spearheaded legislation to ensure homeschool freedom in other states.

In 1990, Zan founded the South Carolina Association of Independent Home Schools and served as its president for ten years.

Her fight for homeschool freedom has led her to serve as the National Grassroots Director for ParentalRights.org, to advocate for homeschooling in the media (appearing on NBC’s Today Show) and at the nation’s capital, and to write profusely about the benefits of homeschooling.

Capitol Day Details

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Thank You To Our 2021 Sponsors!

 
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Iowans for Tax Relief
Crazy Dog Creative
Freedom Blend Coffee
Chick-fil-A
 
Vermeer
 
 
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Chick-fil-A, Merle Hay Rd, Des Moines, Iowa
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Capitol Day Sponsorship & Advertising Opportunities

Sponsor and Advertiser Registration


Show support for Homeschool Iowa efforts to preserve homeschool freedom.

If you offer a product or service, our sponsorship and advertising options will help you reach Iowa homeschooling families.




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REGISTRATION FORM

For Attendees & Sponsors or Advertisers