Homeschooling Convention Experiences Explosive Growth

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MidWest Homeschool Convention in Cincinnati achieves record-breaking pre-registrations with thousands of homeschooling families attending from seventeen (17) states. Nearly 200 Exhibitors, over 200 Seminar & Workshop Sessions. April 2009 at the Duke Energy Center.

The Midwest Homeschool Convention in Cincinnati, April 16-18, 2009 at the Duke Energy Center, ( is experiencing explosive growth. Now in its third year, and even in the face of trying economic circumstances, the convention has already attracted a record number of advance-registrations from thousands of homeschoolers, and from seventeen (17) states.

This year's convention features an incredible roster of Seminar & Workshop Presenters that includes Dr. Susan Wise Bauer - author of "The Well-Trained Mind" and professor at the College of William and Mary, Dr. Jay Wile - Apologia Educational Ministries, Attorney David Gibbs (Homeschool Dad & attorney that represented Terri Schaivo's parents in their efforts to keep her alive), Dr. Larry Schweikart - University of Dayton, Dr. Stephen Guffanti, Dr. Wanda Phillips, Dr. Mary Hood, Dr. Rebecca Keller and dozens more outstanding homeschooling experts!

The 200+ Seminar & Workshop Sessions available throughout the convention cover a broad range of topics, and serve to provide support, information, instruction and encouragement to beginning and veteran homeschoolers alike.

The MidWest Homeschool Convention in Cincinnati also features a HUGE Exhibit Hall with nearly 200 exhibitors. This provides homeschoolers with an outstanding opportunity to review, discuss and purchase the very best in available Homeschool curriculum.

Homeschooling families from seventeen (17) states, including Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Tennessee, will gather in Cincinnati in April, 2009 for The Homeschool Event of the Year - the MidWest Homeschool Convention in Cincinnati.

More information on this outstanding Homeschool Convention can be found at


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