229 S. 28th Ave
in Wausau, WI
Welcome to our third annual Central Wisconsin Catholic Homeschool Conference! Whether you’re a well seasoned homeschool mom, or interested in what homeschooling is all about, our conference offers a little something for everyone. This year we’re thrilled to be hosting two incredible speakers, two workshops, a used curriculum sale, and other local vendors.
Mr. Gil is a pioneer in the homeschool movement. He and his wife have been involved in the Catholic education of children since the early ‘80s. He is an inspiration to Catholic parents. His experience and wisdom in defending the traditional family, are encouraging to parents and all Catholics especially in these trying times.
Mr Gil has a website, books, and ‘Rosie’ magazine to encourage all in their journey to heaven.
Beth Ellen Nash has her Education degree from the University of Wisconsin—Madison and has 17 years’ experience working with struggling learners. She was the founder, director, and lead teacher for 8 years at Hope Academy, a school for struggling middle and high school students in Madison, WI.
In 2011, she shifted toward an individualized online and homeschool hybrid option called Wings to Soar Online Academy, specializing in the creation of Custom Path to Success Learning Plans for dyslexics and other outside-the-box learners for kindergarten through 12th grade.
Beth Ellen is currently Curriculum Coordinator, Intervention Specialist, and Integrated Liberal Studies teacher for Wings to Soar Online Academy. Beth Ellen has tutored, assessed, and consulted with hundreds of families and companies that serve homeschoolers as well as public charter schools. She is the author of Wings to Soar: Integrated, Multisensory Language Arts with Words You Really Use and author of the forthcoming books, Dyslexia Outside-the-Box and Thriving as a Highly Sensitive Person.
In addition, Beth Ellen is a sought-after speaker for many homeschooling and educational conferences.
Beth Ellen tailors her talks to the needs of the audience drawing upon her experience with students ages 3-21 with dyslexia, ADHD, autism spectrum, RAD, OCD, anxiety, depression, learning disabilities, and those who otherwise learn differently from traditional schooling.
Stevens Point native, Therese is passionate about serving her local homeschool community and the surrounding areas, offering an array of used homeschool curriculum, and other academic and religious materials.
We'll also be offering same day registration at the door. We accept cash, check, or card.