PICC Supports & Services Long Island & NYC Regional Testing Days

May 30, 2024 – One Day Only! Holiday Inn Express – Stony Brook, 3131 Nesconset Hwy, Centereach, NY 11720 Limited Testing Slots Available! via ZOOM ...
Read More →

Call for Help! Introducing the “HOMESCHOOLING IS A GIFT” Project…

A longstanding joke within our organization is that Legislative Day is like Christmas for Legislative Liaison, Michael Bailey. This year, we’re planning a Christmas theme ...
Read More →

Fantasy Fiction Plots: Quests, Wars, and Heists

Friday, April 26 | 10-11:30am How to Write Fantasy Fiction: A Homeschool New York Virtual Workshop Fantasy Fiction Plots: Quests, Wars, and Heists with author Amanda Trumpower  Join us for a survey of common fantasy plots in books, TV shows, and movies with the goal of helping you choose the best template for your personal style, story, and characters. GRADES: 6-12 REQUIRED MATERIALS: Note-taking supplies. Also, it would be helpful if registrants would do at least one of the following, depending on which plot type they might be interested in: [Quests] Watch Star Wars IV: A New Hope, Eragon, or How to Train Your Dragon [Heists] Read a summary of the YA fantasy book, Six of Crows (there is some violence in the book – not sure if it’s in the summary), or watch the new Dungeons & Dragons movie, Honor Among Thieves [Quests/Wars] Watch Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring [Quests, fiction for kids] Read a summary of Alanna: The First Adventure by Tamora Pierce PRICE: $5/Homeschool New York family, $10/nonmember family REGISTRATION: Register by midnight on Thursday, April 25. Upon registering, you will receive a confirmation email with a Zoom link to access the workshop. INSTRUCTOR BIO: Amanda Trumpower writes for Jesus lovers who dig dragons, detectives, and droids. Writing ever since she could hold a crayon, she goes a lot faster now that she’s upgraded to a keyboard. She’s a twin mom, second-generation homeschooler, and board game fanatic.  Find her online at
Read More →

March Albany Day!

This year, we’re hosting monthly one-day events in Albany to help prepare for our big Legislative Day on May 23rd! For March, we’re focusing on ...
Read More →

2024 Spring Albany Days

This year, we’re hosting an Albany Day on May 6th to help prepare for our big Legislative Day on May 23rd! Details are forthcoming, but for now, please mark ...
Read More →

Homeschool New York Legislative Day 2024

This event is open to all friends of NY home education! You do not have to be a current homeschooler or Homeschool New York member ...
Read More →


Did you know we have a virtual chapter? LEAH-Connect meets the second Tuesday of each month via Zoom. Join us next on March 11 at 7:30pm! Sign up ...
Read More →

PICC SUPPORTS & SERVICES Buffalo / Western NY SPRING Testing Days!

PICC Supports & ServicesBuffalo / Western NYSPRING Testing Days! April 10, 2024 – In Person Test of Auditory and Visual Skills (TAVS) Lake Shore Chapel4552 ...
Read More →


Register Now! More than a homeschool conference—it’s a family experience! Join us in Williamstown, KY for three days of faith-building experiences for the whole family. Tour ...
Read More →

Monthly Homeschool Prayer Meetings

Join us next on Sunday, February 18, at 7pm for the most powerful hour of the month for NY homeschooling – the hour of prayer! ...
Read More →

Get Connected

Membership in LEAH is through a local chapter. A LEAH Chapter typically provides opportunities to meet with experienced home educators, field trips, athletic activities, and various other events.

Filter By:

Donate Now

NYS LEAH is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) primarily supported by member families through annual dues. If you are interested in furthering the homeschooling mission in New York and would like to donate please click on the link below. We’re eternally grateful for your partnership and support of homeschooling families throughout New York. 

​We give you the tools to be a confident home educator!

Homeschool New York began in order to protect the God-given and constitutional rights to home educate in New York state, regardless of ones philosophy of education or religious affiliation, and to provide the necessary support for homeschool families.

Scroll to Top