Spring Recap and 2022-2023 Registration is open!

Greetings from Valley Home School Association!

I hope everyone is having a wonderful summer! This is just a quick note to let everyone know a few important dates and events coming up, and a short recap of the spring semester.


VHSA membership registration and renewals for the upcoming school year will be opening up today, June 15th.

Please log in at  https://www.homeschool-life.com/2341/ . You will need to update your account information (you will get a prompt when you log in) and pay this year’s $35 membership. You can pay through paypal, by mailing a check, or by bringing payment to the kick-off picnic on August 20th.

New members joining, please find the membership form, statement of faith and by-laws here https://valleyhomeschool.org/members-area/, or on our website under “Member Info.”

Membership renewals and new registrations must be completed and paid by August 29th in order to sign up for the bi-weekly coop classes. (Teacher and class submissions due no later than August 19th.)

If you have already signed up and paid for the 2022-23 school year, you will simply need to update your form.

If you have any trouble with the website, please contact Laura.

For any other questions, (or sign-up troubles) please contact Kelly at valleyhsa@gmail.com.

Upcoming Events: Fall Kick-off Picnic, Saturday, August 20th, 2 pm at a park in Gering. Please email valleyhsa@gmail.com for exact location.

Flowerfield 1800’s School Day for 4th graders, September 8th in Harrisburg.

Valley Faith Coop (bi-weekly Thursday classes) start dates: August 19th, teacher and class submission deadline; August 29th, student registration begins; September 15th, orientation and chore assignments; September 22, first class day.


Spring re-cap! This spring VHSA students had field trips to the Star Herald Newspaper and Legacy of the Plains Museum, and attended several concerts at the Midwest Theater. Some outdoor field trips had to be canceled, but will hopefully be rescheduled this fall. The high school students had monthly events planned by parents in turn. They had such things as a board game night, a mystery dinner, laser tag, an April Fools mystery meal, and a dance (hosted by a home school group in Sidney).

The Valley Faith Coop closing program was an enjoyable showcase of the many skills and activities learned throughout the year, and the music and drama classes did their plays at an evening performance at the Camp Rock Chapel.

VHSA also hosted our first Track and Field Day in May. It was attended by about 60 students, most from the Scottsbluff area, but we also had families who traveled from Kimball, Fort Laramie, Lusk, and Harrisburg. I think everyone is looking forward to doing it again next year!

The theme verse for the track and field day was Proverbs 4:11-12 I have taught you in the way of wisdom; I have led you in right paths. When you go, your steps shall not be straitened; and when you run, you shall not stumble.


I am thankful for a well finished year and pray that God will bless the endeavors of each home schooling family in our community this upcoming year.

In gratefulness, Kelly B.

VHSA Chair