Friday session, banquet, social & ballroom dance (with instruction for those who wish to dance),
Saturday talks, panels, post-secondary institutions and answers to your questions.  

Join us to: 

  • invest in your own education
  • interact with post-secondary institutions and employers
  • discover, plan and define your important years of highschool and beyond
  • encounter new opportunities, meet with friends and expand your home school social circle

Read more here.


WISDOM exists to support traditional (parent-directed) home schooling. Your family decides what is taught, how it is taught and when it is taught.  

To enroll for the 2018 - 2019 school year:

  • please submit a Home Education Notification Form for each child
  • submit a copy of your child's birth certificate (or passport). Without a valid form of ID, funding is not available. Upload via encrypted sender.
  • Create an Education Program Plan for each child.  This is your most important document, as it defines your home education program and assures your authority.  In order to give us time to review, suggest additions, and approve your plan, please provide it before the end of August.
  • Refunds (for funded students) come via direct deposit for any reimbursement refund.  Please fill out an Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) Application and submit it with a VOID Cheque or a bank account verification letter.

To submit documents, you may fax paperwork to 780-741-2204, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or use the Uploader found here.

Once we have received your notification we will contact you to let them know it has arrived. 

A note on deadlines: The AB Ed deadline for the school to complete enrolments for funded students is the last business day of September.

Welcome to WISDOM Home Schooling!

Registration for the High School & Beyond Conference will be open on Aug 22! Save the Date - November 2-3, 2018, Edmonton.

Have you signed up for any Socratic Dialogue Online Courses yet? The deadline is just around the corner!  The course list for Fall may be found here.




Our office is closed for a short summer break, reopening July 9. Happy Canada Day! 


Don't forget! If you wish to claim any un-claimed funding to the 2018-2019 school year, the last day to submit a carry over form is June 30 (via email or fax) or June 29 via snail mail.

No printer? No problem. If you have Adobe Acrobat on your computer, or the Adobe Fill & Sign app on your phone or tablet, you can complete it digitally in a snap! NOTE: This form does not like to be filled in in your internet browser. Please download it and open it on your computer before completing it.

Email the completed and signed form to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .



We welcome and appreciate feedback on the work that we do for our families. If you are a WISDOM family who would like to participate, please click here.


Come learn about home schooling and about how WISDOM can help your family achieve your unique goals. Our Spring Open Houses and Information Sessions are open to the public.  Some events include socials for the whole family, while others are adult-only information sessions.

These "Share WISDOM" events are going on all over Alberta right now. The events in Grande Prairie, High Level, La Crete and Westlock were great successes, but there are still more coming up! You're welcome to join us at one or more events, too. For most events, we ask that you RSVP so we can prepare.

Coming Up:

Medicine Hat Spring Social Sunday, 06 May, 2018
Lakeland Information Session Tuesday, 08 May, 2018
Hinton Information Booth Saturday, 12 May, 2018
Lethbridge Spring Social Monday, 14 May, 2018
Edmonton Information Session Wednesday, 16 May, 2018
Fort McMurray Spring Social Thursday, 24 May, 2018
Central Alberta Spring Social
Sunday, 27 May, 2018
Calgary Ice Cream Social
Saturday, 02 Jun, 2018
Red Deer Potluck & Ball Game Sunday, 03 Jun, 2018
Lac La Biche Spring Social
Sunday, 17 Jun, 2018

If the AHEA Convention is on your schedule, you're in for a wonderful weekend filled with excellent sessions and opportunities to meet and visit with like-minded individuals.

The exhibitor hall can also be really exciting - or overwhelming, depending on how you look at it. I always recommend that families resist the urge to 'buy all the things'... it's tempting to see the shiny new curriculum and ditch something that is working quite well. On the other hand, there are so many great finds there, and educational extras galore....