Oklahoma Capitol Day

07febAll DayOklahoma Capitol Day

Event Details

Each year, Homeschool Oklahoma holds Capitol Day, when homeschooling families from all over Oklahoma travel to the state capitol to visit our legislators. These families share their appreciation for our legislators and their work to protect our freedoms, and they also may share concerns about any legislation that may infringe upon that freedom.

In the Great State of Oklahoma, homeschooling families are free to teach their children in the way they desire with no interference from the state. Our great state has fewer regulations concerning homeschooling than any other state, with the ability to educate our children “by other means” built right into the state constitution. Homeschool Oklahoma works to keep homeschooling as free from regulations as possible in our state.

Join us for a fun day of learning about our state government and meeting state leaders. Family are invited to participate in the cookie drop and visit with their legislators.



All Day (Tuesday)


Oklahoma State Capitol

2300 N Lincoln Blvd.


Homeschool Oklahoma

Homeschool Oklahoma exists to promote home education in the state of Oklahoma through events, communications, and resources; to protect the God-given right of parents to direct the education of their children to the glory of God.
(405) 810-0386 Homeschool Oklahoma (OCHEC) 5830 NW Expressway #314 Oklahoma City, OK 73132

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