Services

High School Transcript

Need a transcript? We got you covered. Order one here.

Home Educator Card

Home Educator Cards are great for obtaining educator discounts on books, museum passes, and more. Order yours here.

Student ID Card

Like our Home Educator Cards, Student ID Cards can help your students take advantage of student discounts and provide proof they are a home school student if they are ever outside the home without either parent. Order them here.

Graduation & Diplomas

Is your home schooler graduating this year? Wouldn’t it be nice if they could have a traditional graduation ceremony, complete with pomp and circumstance, photographers, speeches, and everything else associated with a high school graduation? They can by registering for one of our annual home school graduations. If your child cannot participate in our graduation, but would still like a diploma, you can order one of those as well.

Click here to register for the graduation in Searcy.

Click here to register for the graduation in Northwest Arkansas.

Click here to order a diploma.

Home School Day at the Capitol

When the Arkansas Legislature convenes, home schoolers assemble at the Capitol to meet lawmakers, bring them free food, attend committee meetings, and make a good impression on our elected officials. Learn more here.

Bridge-a-Thon

Every year, we host a bridge-a-thon on the world’s largest pedestrian bridge, in Little Rock. Home schoolers all over Arkansas sponsor our president, Jerry Cox, as part of the bridge-a-thon. Proceeds benefit The Education Alliance. Details here.

Consulting Services

Need help? Call our office at (501) 978-5503. If we can’t help you, we’ll try to direct you to someone who can. More details here.

Government Relations

Home schooling is a right we enjoy, but like all rights, the government regulates it to a certain extent. That’s why we’re here to communicate with the folks over at the Department of Education’s Home School Office, lobby lawmakers, make your wishes known to our elected officials, and help you navigate the laws governing your right to home school.

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