Home School Day at the Capitol

Monday, January 13, 2020

Join us for the 2020 IAHE Home School Day at the Capitol with Rick Green!

Your registration includes the 2020 Home School Day at the Capitol ebook with a complete unit study on Indiana’s emblems!

Check-in: 8:30 a.m. to 11:00
Programs and activities will be available from 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. 

Cost: $5 per family

Rick Green is one of the most dynamic and inspirational speakers in America today. Through his informative and moving presentations, that often include his children, he equips, empowers, and challenges people to live out their freedom by teaching the bedrock principles that led to America’s place as the most successful nation in the history of the world.

Download your FREE ebook before our event!

  • Schedule of Events
  • Parking Information
  • Indiana History Unit Study on Indiana emblems
  • Letter to your Legislator template
  • Who Am I? Scavenger Hunt
  • and much more!

Did you know?

Every legislative session, new threats to your homeschool freedom emerge. Are homeschool rights important to you? Make sure your legislators know. How do you show them? Attend IAHE’s annual Home School Day at the Capitol!

Education. Advocacy. Civics.

Events will be offered to help your family learn more about our state government. In the morning, the Live Statue Hunt is a fun way for your student to learn more about the interesting historical figures featured in the statehouse.   IAHE Action and the IAHE Legislative Team will provide an update about various bills that we are tracking, followed by the IAHE Rally at noon. 

It’s our desire that EVERY legislator meets a homeschool family from their district during our event. It sends a powerful message to know that homeschool rights are important enough to take time out of your very busy schedule to come to the Statehouse. Contact your legislator prior to the event to schedule a time to meet with them.

Locate your legislator here.

  • Senate Office, 800-382-9467
  • House of Representatives Office, 800-382-9842


The least expensive parking is at the Circle Centre Mall garage. Allow at least 15 minutes walk time.

Homeschool Day at the Capitol Schedule

Available: 9 to 2

  • Scavenger Hunt
  • Prayer Walk
  • Indiana Statehouse Tours*
  • Indiana State Library Tours***Indiana Statehouse (Limited space available – register onsite) tour is an in-depth tour covering the history of the building and the state, architectural information about the building and the workings of state government. The group will visit an example of an office, chamber or courtroom representing each branch of government, depending on availability.

**Indiana State Library (Limited space available – register onsite) tour introduces a variety of aspects of the Indiana State Library and the various divisions as well as what they do to preserve Indiana history. Families will experience the Indiana Young Readers Center including our interactive displays, a video addressing Indiana history and the Indiana State Library’s murals. Families will also visit the Statehouse Education Center exploring the space with a scavenger hunt.

Schedule of Events

8:30 a.m.

  • Registration/Check-in

9:00 a.m.

  • Jeanette Goben – State House Talk
  • State Library Tour (register at check-in)

10:00 a.m.

  • “Lessons from Legends of Liberty”
    with Rick Green (South Atrium)

  • Statehouse Tour (register at check-in)

11:00 a.m.

  • IAHE & IAHE Action present “Issues of Concern for Homeschool Freedom”

  • Statehouse Tour (register at check-in)

12:00 p.m.

  • IAHE Rally featuring Rick Green (South Atrium)
    • Special Music by Encore Choir singing God Bless America
    • Matthew Barnes, Public Servants Prayer ministry
    • Rick Green, WallBuilders and Patriot Academy

1:30 p.m.

  • State Library Tour (register at check-in)

State House and State Library tours have limited space available and will be filled on a first come basis. Families may sign up for tours at check-in. The family must be present to reserve a tour space and you may not reserve spots for others. Thank you for your cooperation!


Additional Activites

Page for A Day Program

Families with a student ages 13 and older may like to be a Page that day. The Page for the Day program is an excellent way for your student to gain a first-hand glimpse of how the legislative process works at the Indiana Statehouse. During IAHE’s Home School Day, the rest of the family will have other events in which to participate while your child serves. This program fills up quickly, so check the IN.gov website for details and deadlines.

Register for the page program and learn more at these links:

Senate Democrats | House Democrats | Senate Republicans | House Republicans

Dining for a Cause

Support the IAHE when you dine at Panera on January 13, 2020.

Eat at Panera (110 West Washington Street) between 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm and they’ll make a donation to the IAHE.

Download your flyer and show it to the Panera cashier.