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Posts published in “Catholic Homeschooling”


When done right, homeschooling can provide your children with the best possible education possible today.  We recommend following these ten steps to get started in homeschooling:

  1. Know what it means to homeschool.
  2. Learn your state requirements for home-schooling.
  3. Register your homeschool in your state.
  4. Set goals for your homeschool.
  5. Identify some experienced advisors to help.
  6. Lay out objectives to achieve your homeschool goals.
  7. Establish a regular homeschool schedule.
  8. Purchase study materials that serve your homeschool objectives.
  9. Determine how you will maintain student records.
  10. Execute your homeschool plan.

Practical Talks for Young Couples (Preliminaries)

William Michael of the Classical Liberal Arts Academy recently discussed the importance of mothers studying with their children in homeschooling for academic achievement. He received…

The Key to Academic Achievement in Homeschooling

In a recent talk by William Michael of the Classical Liberal Arts Academy, he discussed the key to successful homeschooling. He emphasized that success can…

We Can’t Work 3 Days Per Week

The image above shows the number of student logins each day over the past 2 weeks. We can see that each week, student activity declines…

The Modern School Model is Obsolete

The problem with modern education is organizational and practical. It made sense in the 1900s, when it was invented. It does not make any sense…

Let’s Speak Correctly about Christian Education

As a Classicist and Lay Dominican, I cringe when I hear Christians today talking about “Classical Education”. What schools are offering is not “classical education”–let’s…

The Difference between Learning and Schooling

In this talk, Mr. William C. Michael of the Classical Liberal Arts Academy discusses the difference between learning and schooling. “The wisdom of a scribe…

Criticism of Schools is Unreasonable

It is common to find students, and their parents, complaining about schools today. Students complain about subjects to be studied, textbooks to be read, lessons…

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