37th Annual UHEA Homeschool Convention and Curriculum Fair.
June 16 and 17, 2017. Davis Conference Center.

Keynote Speakers

Merrilee Boyack

Merrilee Boyack

Keynote Speaker

Merrilee Boyack is a popular public speaker around the country on a wide range of issues, from parenting to public service. An author of over a dozen books, she is eager to motivate, inspire, and educate large crowds on ideas that matter.

Merrilee is an estate-planning attorney who conducts her law practice from home. She graduated with High Honors from Brigham Young University with a degree in Business Management—Finance and was a summa cum laude graduate from University of Santa Clara Law School.

Merrilee will be speaking to our convention on how to inspire your children to want to make a positive difference in the world around them.

Adam Hailstone

Adam Hailstone

Keynote Speaker

Adam’s educational journey really began when he was 13 years old. He had an experience that caused him to realize that it was up to him to get an education—no one else was going to do it for him.

A few years later, while he was in college, he was invited to travel with a couple of professors, supporting them as they spoke to audiences across the country. Soon they invited him to start speaking with them, with the goal to inspire others to achieve a classical education. Since then he has spoken to thousands of people throughout the U.S. and Canada about topics ranging from learning how to think, to understanding Shakespeare.

After college Adam started two small businesses. He had big plans and it was a great learning experience, but something was missing. He longed for the opportunity to once again help people obtain a greater education. Then, a few years ago, he sold his businesses and joined the team at Williamsburg Learning. Together their team of homeschoolers has built a world-class program that is disrupting the system and helping students live meaningful lives as principled leaders.

Jeff Harmon

Jeff Harmon

Keynote Speaker

How can homeschooling parents “think outside the box” to provide their children with an engaging, interesting, and inspirational education? Join Jeff Harmon, a leading brand development expert, who will discuss creative marketing ideas as they apply to parenting and education in the home.

Jeff and his siblings were homeschooled as children, and now Jeff and his wife are also homeschooling their own kids. Jeff is the creative mind behind some of the most popular viral ads in recent years, including Squatty Potty and Poo-Pourri. He is also a co-founder of VidAngel, a popular company that allows families to filter content out of movies and TV shows.

Jeff will be sharing many unique insights from his professional world and successful creative marketing background to help parents consider new approaches to traditional education ideas, empowering us all to be and do better.

Convention Prices

Early Registration Price Until April 1st
After April 1st and “At The Door” Price
Single Adult$35.00Single Adult$45.00
Couple$45.00 Couple$55.00

(Couples are married parents or a parent and grandparent.)
There is no charge to attend the Curriculum Fair. It is free and open to the public. For help registering or questions, please contact:
Nina Wolf (801) 776-6059 or


Will Call

If you registered online, please bring your email confirmation to the Will Call table.

Convention Schedule

Coming soon!

Hotel Information

Vendors and attendees have been offered a group discount at the Layton Garden Inn. Reserve your room by going to their website or calling 801.416.8899 (press #4 for front desk reservations). The hotel is located at 762 West Heritage Park Blvd, Layton, Utah, 84041.

Group Code: UHEA
Group Rate: $94.00

Volunteer in Exchange for Discounted Admission to Convention

Mom, Dad, or teens may work a “volunteer” shift in exchange for either a discounted admission rate or full admission to the convention.  The amount of time you are able to serve will determine the scholarship.  There are also many other ways to volunteer before the day of convention.

If you’d like to work one of these shifts or help with the convention, please send an email to and include your name and phone number.


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