Learning at home with your children can be a wonderfully fulfilling experience. OHEN was developed to help families find support in the form of critical information, resources, helpful suggestions, and words of encouragement from families and professionals in Oregon.We encourage you to explore all the possibilities with a view toward developing your own learning philosophy and homeschooling style. We’ve provided this website to help you find information you need to be successful as a homeschooling family in Oregon.
Don’t miss the OHEN annual Resource and Curriculum Fair, held in conjunction with Oaks Park Not-Back-to-School-Day event, September 6, 2019, 11am to 4pm. It’s a special day of rides just for homeschoolers and their families, with 40% off the regular retail prices for ride bracelets! The Homeschool Resource and Curriculum Fair will be held indoors in the Dance Pavilion, from 11am to 3pm. Meet fellow homeschoolers, learn about resources and activities for homeschoolers, and purchase new and used curriculum! Click here for more information.

Costume Dance

The OHEN Costume Dance will be held October 19 at the Multnomah Arts Center. Tickets are on sale now, $20 each. They will be $30 at the door. More information and tickets.

Meet OHEN

Come meet OHEN and bring your homeschooling questions to be answered. We host them at child-friendly places about once a month. Join the Oregon Home Education Network (OHEN) informational Facebook page to learn each date.

If you would like to help with any aspect of OHEN activity, please fill out our Volunteer Form.

 

Join us in lively discussion of homeschool activities and issues at our Homeschooling in Oregon group on Facebook!
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