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All the best resources for homeschooling in the upstate in one place, on one night.

Gather resources for your homeschool.

Get answers.

Find your tribe!

 

Coops, associations, sports, community groups, field trips, arts, and more all in one place.

Whether you are new to homeschooling, new to the area, or just looking for new ways to enrich your homeschool life, this event is for you!

And, thanks to North Greenville University, this year's expo is free to attend!

Resources

Talk one on one with the organizations on your list, and discover new resources.

Explore

Explore, & meet representatives, from resources like community groups, clubs, educational programming, field trip venues, curriculum, educational supplies, tutoring services, and more!

Activities

Discover homeschool classes in areas like art, music, sports, foreign language, etc.

Student Portraits

If you have your children with you,  Felicia Gabrielle Photography, & Images, Inc, will both have a portrait studios set-up at the expo to take school year pictures (without a sitting fee!!).  Portraits may be purchased in print, or digital form, online after the event.

Associations

Meet with associations to help you select the one that's best for your family, & ask those pressing homeschool questions.

Co-ops

Get to know the educational visions, & format, of local co-ops, through meeting with staff.

Dinner, Snacks, & Treats

Concession will be downstairs from the exhibit area, with meal options in the cafe, drinks, & snack for purchase.  Sip & Sparkle will be set-up outside, with slushies & mocktails to cool you down.

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INTRODUCING a NEW feature at the expo!

We will have a section set-up with borrowed curriculum from local homeschoolers, so that families can flip through the actual books to see what they like. For many of us, that's a lot easier than trying to figure out what we like online.  Please consider bringing books for others to view.

DETAILS

• We will have volunteers at the table to help you check your books into the library when you get to the expo, and you'll sign them out when you leave the expo.

• It's perfectly ok for workbooks to be already completed.

• Please clearly label your books with at least your name.

• Buying & selling is allowed. To do so, you'll need to either label your book with price & payment info (for example a paypal username), or your contact info. If you leave a paypal (or other similar payment service) our volunteers can take a look at the receipt before letting anyone take the item.

• ONLY curriculum allowed. As much as we love them, no other books, toys, etc. Only exception is for educational manipulatives that go directly with a specific curriculum.

• While we find our homeschool community is an honest one, our volunteers will be watching the table, & the expo has a security crew, we can not be responsible for any losses, or issues between buyers & sellers.

• All material must be picked up by the end of the expo. Our entirely volunteer staff will not have the resources to deliver materials left behind.

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The annual tote bags have become a fun item to collect each expo.  This year, they are not included, since we've been able to do free admission for 2024, but they can be purchased separately for $11.00.  This is a nicer & bigger bag than we normally do. 

 

Side pockets, snap closure, 16"W x 12"H x 4"D.

Please remember that tote orders must be picked up during the expo, and cannot be shipped, or picked up later.

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Exhibitor List

• Mountains to Sea Homeschool Association

• The South Carolina Homeschool Accountability Association

• Yellowbobbypins Art Camp

• PaperPie (Usborne) - Story Grown

• Rewbi Bible Studies

• Shepherd Music

• Echo Theater

• South Carolina Association of Independent Home Schools

• Upstate Music Lessons

• Bright Eyes Arts

• Canaanland Homeschool

• Homeschooling One Child

• Christian Learning Centers of Greenville County

• SMART Testing

• Storybook Salvage

• Roots and Wings Nature School

• Shining Stars Tutoring

• TR Homeschool PE

• Crestview Christian Homeschool Academy Cooperative

• Passerby Welcome (curriculum & coaching)

• The SC Homeschooling Connection

• BJU Press Homeschool

• Brett Ensley Studios (music lessons)

• JK Greek Lessons

• Upstate Homeschool PE

• South Carolina State Library - Discus

• Sip & Sparkle (to cool down with a slushie, or mocktail treat)

• Cornerstone Ballet

• Butler College Counseling

• Spartanburg County Historical Association

• WonderHere

• Adventure Brews Play Haven

• Carolina Kids Co-op

• Pine Tree Forest (curriculum)

• Fountain Inn Homeschool Pod

• Acting Up Performing Arts Studio

• Designed with a Purpose

• North Greenville University

• Upcountry Homeschool Association

• The Homeschool Community of the Upstate

• Young Learning

• Homeschooling the Child with Special Needs

• Essential Planner Company

• Bob Jones Univeristy

• Sidebar (co-op)

• 4th Noun

• Palmetto Homeschool Association

• Easley Homeschool Athletics

• Earthganic Farm (nature based learning)

• No Worries Academy

• Include Collective (co-op)

• Classical Conversations

• Spare Time

• Ignite Learning Center (co-op)

• Golden Strip School of Music

• Homeschooling One Child

• Maximum Christian School (homeschool hybrid)

• Romp & Read

• Life Ready Learners

• A to Z Speech Therapy

• Home School Partners

• Felicia Gabrielle Photography
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• Images, Inc (school portraits during the expo)

• KCRCreativeKits

• Kazoku Karate

• MelodyArts

• Challenge Island Greenville

• Develop and Play Pre-K

• Sylvan Learning of the Upstate

• UFC Gym Greenville

• WorldWise Homeschool Travel

• Shock Dance Center

• Carolina Reads a Division of Carolina Education Consultants

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Registration Highlights

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Earthganic Farms (nature based learning)

"Our curriculum is focused on developing skills for personal and environmental wellness through mindfulness activities, outdoor immersion, and reviving old-fashioned skills."

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