Frequently Asked Questions

Texas Homeschool Expo

What is the Texas Homeschool Expo?

The Texas Homeschool Expo is an annual resource fair for current and prospective home educators. It offers a unique opportunity to explore dozens of educational curricula, resources, programs, and service providers in person, connect with local organizations, and attend workshop sessions led by professionals and homeschool veterans. This inclusive event is not aligned with any religious, political, or governmental entity, and is open to all homeschooling styles and philosophies. 

When and where does the Texas Homeschool Expo take place?

The 2025 Texas Homeschool Expo will take place June 6-7, 2025, at the Hurst Conference Center, and June 20-21, 2025, at the San Antonio Norris Conference Center. It is open from 10am-4pm each day.

How much are tickets to the Texas Homeschool Expo?

Single day admission tickets are $5 per person for adults ages 18+. Children under the age of 18 are free with an adult and do not require tickets. Admission includes access to the Exhibit Hall and all education sessions. Additionally, the first 500 families at each location will receive a complimentary tote bag!

Who can/should attend the Texas Homeschool Expo?

Anyone and everyone who is interested in learning about homeschooling should attend! This includes current homeschoolers, prospective homeschoolers, grandparents or other family members who want to learn more about home education, and resource providers who want to connect with the homeschool community. Even families who do not homeschool can benefit from attending, as there are many supplemental educational resources and extracurricular activities that are beneficial to all parents.

As a fully inclusive event, we strongly encourage families from all backgrounds, belief systems, political views, and educational philosophies to take part, connect, learn, and grow!

Are children allowed to attend the Texas Homeschool Expo?

Absolutely! Children are welcome to attend the Texas Homeschool Expo with an adult, and receive free admission. Childcare is not provided, and children in attendance must remain under the direct supervision of their adult. Each location also offers a select number of interactive educational sessions designed for child participation!

Can I bring my pet to the Texas Homeschool Expo?

No, pets are not permitted inside of the venues where the Texas Homeschool Expo is held. Service animals (as defined by Texas law and the federal Americans with Disabilities Act) are permitted.

What is there to do at the Texas Homeschool Expo?

The Exhibit Hall features dozens of exhibitors offering information and/or the ability to purchase resources, services, and educational curricula. There is a mix of national companies and local organizations, including field trip venues, co-ops and groups, curriculum companies, tutoring and educational services, colleges, book and toy companies, and much more. Both secular and religious materials are available. You can see the full list of exhibitors for each location here.

Each location also features two Education Halls, which offer quality educational sessions at the top of the hour throughout the event. Sessions are led by industry professionals and/or experienced homeschoolers on a range of topics, such as getting started with homeschooling, tips on teaching specific subjects, supporting unique learners, and homeschooling through high school. You can see the full schedule of education sessions for each location here.

Is there an extra cost to attend the education sessions at the Texas Homeschool Expo?

No, access to all education sessions is included in your $5 daily admission!

Is there anything to eat at the Texas Homeschool Expo?

Yes! There is a concession stand at each location offering snacks, beverages, and hot food.

Where should I park when attending the Texas Homeschool Expo?

Both locations feature free, dedicated parking garages!

How do I become an exhibitor or sponsor at the Texas Homeschool Expo?

Learn more about becoming an exhibitor/sponsor and register to participate in the 2025 Texas Homeschool Expo on our Exhibitor Registration page.

How do I become an speaker at the Texas Homeschool Expo?

Learn more about becoming a speaker and submit proposals for the 2025 Texas Homeschool Expo on our Presenter Registration page.

Who can I contact with other questions about the Texas Homeschool Expo?

You can contact us via email with any other questions you may have!

Homeschool Happenings

What is Homeschool Happenings?

The Texas Homeschool Expo's Homeschool Happenings is a monthly e-newsletter featuring articles, curriculum and co-op spotlights, and a list of upcoming events that appeal to homeschoolers. This free publication introduces readers to resources and opportunities that they may be unaware of, and seeks to unite the North Texas homeschooling community.  

Who is Homeschool Happenings for?

The Homeschool Happenings monthly e-newsletter is designed for current and prospective homeschooling families in the North Texas region. The local resources, groups, and events listed in the newsletter are all based in North Texas.

Businesses wishing to become more involved in the Texas homeschool community may also benefit from subscribing, and the general homeschooling articles and curriculum spotlights are beneficial to homeschoolers from across the country.

How do I subscribe to Homeschool Happenings?

Please complete the subscription form here.

How much does a subscription to Homeschool Happenings cost?

The Homeschool Happenings monthly e-newsletter is free! There is no cost to subscribe, your information is never sold, and you are free to unsubscribe at any time.

What type of information will I find in Homeschool Happenings?

Each month the e-newsletter features information articles about homeschooling, such as resources for various subjects, craft and activity ideas, suggestions on how to recognize various holidays and celebrations, and links to other great homeschooling information. There is also a monthly curriculum spotlight, which provides an overview of various curricula, and a list of local social groups and co-ops to help build a community. At the end of each e-newsletter is a calendar of events for programs, classes, and activities taking place across North Texas. Many of the events are free, and most are geared directly toward homeschoolers.

You can view past editions of the Homeschool Happenings e-newsletter here.

How can my homeschool-related business or organization advertise in Homeschool Happenings?

If your homeschool-related business or organization would like to connect with over 1,300 homeschooling families in North Texas, consider advertising in the e-newsletter! Your ads help cover the cost of newsletter production and distribution, and local families are always interested in learning more about available homeschool resources. See the advertising rate sheet for options, and contact us with questions or to make an order.

Who can I contact with other questions about Homeschool Happenings?

You can contact us via email with any other questions you may have!