Welcome to Rideau Valley Home Educators' Association

The Rideau Valley Home Educators' Association is a non-profit, volunteer, Christian organization. Our purpose is to offer support to home schooling families as well as to increase awareness and acceptance of alternative education by the community, school boards and the government. RVHEA serves a membership made up of families from Eastern Ontario and Western Quebec in Canada. We welcome as members anyone interested in the education of children at home.

Conference 2020 - Saturday, April 25, 2020

Keynote Speaker - Israel and Brook Wayne

Recordings from Conference 2019 are now available.


How to Get Started

Home schooling is easier than you think it is. Learn how to get started and see if it's right for you.


Join RVHEA today and get access to resources and a community to assist in your home school efforts.


RVHEA exists to provide first class support to Christian home schooling parents. Learn more about us.

Join Now!

Joining RVHEA will give you the help and support needed to properly homeschool your children.

  • Annual Membership
  • $60
  • Sept 1 to Aug 31
  • Free Preschool Membership! If ALL children are under 6 as of September 1 use Coupon Code: PRESCHOOL2019
  • Sign Up
  • Half Year Membership
  • $30
  • Mar 1 to Aug 31
  • After March 1 use Coupon Code $30HALFYEAR for this membership discount
  • Not Available
  • Early Registration
  • $50
  • Prior to Sept 1
  • Free Preschool Membership! If ALL children are under 6 as of September 1 use Coupon Code: PRESCHOOL2019
  • Not Available

Monthly Support Meetings

Monthly support meetings are generally held on the last Monday of each month.  Our meeting location is Parkdale Baptist Church at 474 Parkdale Avenue.  Take the Parkdale exit off the Queensway and turn north onto Parkdale.  Turn left at Tyndall (the church is on the corner of Parkdale and Tyndall).  The parking lot is on the right, immediately behind the church.

Our meetings begin at 7:00 pm and finish by 8:30 to allow time for questions and visiting.  Children who can sit quietly may attend but please be sensitive to others by sitting near the back so you can slip out if you have a crying baby.  We love children, but these meetings provide professional development for teachers so it is important that all can hear.

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