Worldschooling Central Community Summit

19th – 26th January 2018

San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

What is the Community Summit?

The Worldschooling Central Community Summit is a 7 day get together in the beautiful San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. It is a fantastic opportunity for traveling families to come together, learn from each other and to create amazing friendships that could last a lifetime!

Both parents and kids will have the opportunity to meet with other like-minded families from all over the globe, creating connections and a true feeling of community, wherever you may be in the world.

Where Will the Summit be Held?

The Worldschooling Central Community Summit will be held in the stunning San Miguel de Allende in Mexico.

San Miguel de Allende is a colonial-era city in Mexico’s central highlands. It is has been designated a UNESCO site and is well known for its incredible art scene, cultural festivities and stunning Spanish architecture. Probably the city’s most well-recognized monument lies in the city’s historic, cobblestoned center – the beautiful pink neo-Gothic church of Parroquia de San Miguel Arcángel.

There is no doubt about it – Community is an essential part of a wonderful worldschooling experience. The friends we make along the road can last a lifetime. Beyond the obvious benefit of our kids having friends to play with, parent connections are a critical part of the journey. Not only do we learn from each other, but having friends that understand your desire to travel, to help you in the low times and to share the fun times is absolutely essential!

At the Worldschooling Central Community Summit, you will connect with many like-minded families. You will be able to attend informative sessions with key speakers aimed at discussing all sorts of Worldschooling issues, providing real skills that can be used to improve your worldschooling experience. Along with these fantastic sessions, families will be able to participate in group activities, specifically aimed at learning about our wonderful location and allowing time for friendships to form and grow.