It's Time to Register!

Attendance at Homeschool Day at the Capitol is open to everyone, but we ask that you register so that we know to expect you. Please register your attendance for this event taking place on March 5th, 2024 at the Capitol Building in Atlanta.

Visiting the Capitol and your legislators is always free, but the GHEA educational programming has a small fee. GHEA is offering educational programming, including a keynote address by Will Estrada, the HSLDA Senior Counsel who helps protect Georgia homeschool families. Additionally, classes will be offered on the legislative process.

This year we have arranged a behind-the-scenes tour of the Georgia Supreme Court for older students. NOTE: We've learned that the Court tour will be limited to 50 students at the request of the hosting court officials. We will be contacting the first 50 that registered and paid. We know that some families will be disappointed, but ask that you extend grace and understanding. We will have alternate programming for those that aren't able to do that tour.

Capitol Day 2018 | Georgia Home Education Association


Homeschool Day at the Capitol is scheduled from 9:00 until 3:00 on Tuesday, March 5, 2024

Detailed schedule emailed to registered attendees!


Registered attendees will receive an additional map via email, but here are links to maps of the area around the Capitol building and also a map of public parking (and MARTA) near the Capitol.

Please allow extra time for Atlanta traffic and for parking.

Visit your Legislators

We would LOVE for as many families as possible to try to visit their state legislators. Let them know that you are a homeschooler from their district.  You can try to schedule an appointment, or just stop by their office to speak with them or their staff. Be polite, thank them for their service, and leave them with a positive impression of homeschoolers.

You can use enter your home address at this website to find the names of your Georgia Senator (called upper chamber on that website) and Georgia Representative (lower chamber).

A few legislators have offices inside the Capitol, but most are across the street in the Coverdell Legislative Office Building (CLOB). You can search for your Senator and Representative and click on their name to find their office number and learn more about them.


Here is a link to the Accessibility Guide for the Capitol.


Educational programming registration for non-GHEA members is $10 per child. Non-members please use the registration form below.

Educational programming registration for GHEA members is $5 per child, with a cap of $15 per family. Join GHEA today, or log in as a member, to get the Member rate by using the Registration form on the Members page. GHEA membership has its benefits.

Homeschool Day at the Capitol - Non-Member Registration

  • **GHEA uses email as its primary form of communication. By entering your email address you agree to allow us to communicate with you via email. We promise to store your contact information securely, and never sell your email address.
  • We would love to know who your state legislators are so that we can alert them of the total number of homeschoolers attending from their district! If you need to find out the name of your STATE Senator or Representative, you can click on the following link and find out quickly, simply by entering your address. Thank you for helping us to make a stronger impact at the Capitol!

    Visit and enter your address to find your Senate and House Representatives.

  • During Capitol Day, your homeschooler will have the opportunity to participate in educational programming on topics such as the legislative process (how a bill becomes a law) and the judicial system. While Capitol Day is a free event, educational programming registration for non-GHEA members is $10 per student. Indicate below the number of students that will be attending educational programming. If not registering for educational programming, please enter 0.
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