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HEAV continually works to promote and protect homeschooling and parental rights through monitoring the Virginia legislature, communicating with school districts and other public officials, and raising awareness of important issues that impact homeschooling. Periodically, we send an e-mail to keep you up to date with some of the issues in which HEAV has interceded on your behalf.
NEWS ALERT: Learning Recovery Grants
UPDATED 5.10.23 As announced in an earlier message, Governor Glenn Youngkin is making $30,000,000 available in the form of Learning Acceleration Grants to address the
The Society of Women Engineers Scholarship
CLOSED The Society of Women Engineers – Richmond Section Scholarship Applications are CLOSED. CLOSED. The Richmond section of the Society of Women Engineers welcomes homeschoolers
Regent University Homeschool Scholarship
APPLY YEAR-ROUND Regent University Homeschool Scholarship Applications are open all year! Homeschooled students attending Regent University are eligible to receive a $4,000 scholarship—$1,000 per year
Community Foundation of The Rappahannock River Region
CLOSED The Community Foundation of the Rappahannock River Region CLOSED APPLICATION. CLOSED. The Community Foundation of the Rappahannock River Region has 46 different scholarship funds
Granville P. Meade Scholarship
CLOSED Granville P. Meade Scholarship CLOSED Application. CLOSED. The Granville P. Meade Scholarship is annually open to Virginia homeschooled students! This Virginia Department of Education
Comprehensive Plan Targets Homeschoolers The VDOE reports that for 2021-2022 homeschooling numbers are up by 40% from pre-pandemic numbers. This is approximately 17,647 students who