Mary Ellen Barrett shares five tried and true benefits of homeschooling and why including margin space gives children the room to just be themselves.Read More »
Homeschooling’s Flexibility Will Help You Chase Your Dreams
Dream makers - Meet a sampling of the Seton Home Study School of 2018 and discover how the flexibility of homeschooling provided the opportunity to excel scholastically but to realize their dreams as well.Read More »
St. Thomas Aquinas on Virtue and Catholic Homeschooling
Homeschooling dad and blogger John Clark opines on St. Thomas Aquinas, the virtue of perseverance, and its relation to the Catholic Homeschooling family.Read More »
The Compelling Reason for Homeschooling Your Children
Not everyone knows from the start that they will homeschool. Patricia Purcell offers some thoughts to keep in mind when making this life-changing decision.Read More »
‘Your Children Can Change the World!’ Ginny’s New Book!
Her popular series now available as a book, Ginny Seuffert shows how in 14 ways, homeschool prepares children for East Coast Prep School level success!Read More »
How Homeschooling Actually Saved Me From Depression
Sarah Rollins, a homeschool mom for 12 years, shares her pain over losing a child, and how homeschooling helped her - and her 9 children - rediscover joy.Read More »
The Real Reasons Why I Homeschool in Today’s Nutty World
Amanda Evinger's kitchen looks out over the parish graveyard. Instead of being depressed, she draws inspiration to keep her homeschool on the real target.Read More »
Our Adventures in Homeschooling & Country Living!
Amanda Evinger raises 3 kids in their little house on the prairie, which means their homeschooling is always being supplemented!Read More »
When Public School Wasn’t Working, We Took Charge of our Child’s Education
by Danielle Harris | My husband and I had made the decision to move our son from his private school to public school after two successful academic years.Read More »
Fearless Motherhood: My Decision to Stop Being Afraid & Start Homeschooling
by Elaine Harrah | The only answer I can find is that I was afraid. I was afraid to take on the enormous responsibility of teaching her.Read More »
To Homeschool or Not to Homeschool
by Eric Harrah | We had never even considered the possibility that we would homeschool, much less the struggle we would face in accepting that it was the right choice for our family.Read More »
Why I Hope to Homeschool My Family
by Emily Molitor | I don’t know how my life or my family relationships would be different today had my parents not made the decision to homeschool,Read More »
Seton Home Study School: It’s About Building Better Families – An Exclusive Interview
The Cardinal Newman Center interviews Seton Home Study School, why it was founded, the success it has earned and how it can help your family.Read More »
The Real Reasons Why I Homeschool
from a Homeschooling Mother | The reason I began to homeschool is not a single reason. I was disheartened at the level of education my eldest son was receiving in the public school. In addition, we were staunch fighters against the so-called “family education,” which was nothing more than a cover and masthead for sex education.Read More »
Should Academics be a ‘Daily Grind’?
Academics and spiritual formation go together. Seton shares some of Pope St. John Paul's inspirational thoughts on homeschooling and the love of truth.Read More »
Disorder in the Classroom: Where it Goes Wrong
Government schools have purposefully chosen to ignore God, and that while students may choose to believe in God, this is a belief which students must leave outside the classroom door. Since the government schools and textbooks reflect this denial of the existence of God in what is taught and how it is taught...Read More »
Why are So Many Families Choosing to Homeschool?
Our Featured Families are as varied as you can imagine! What they hold in common though is a love of God and family and a passion for transmitting the Faith to their children. We are so appreciative that they have welcomed us into their homes to share in their homeschooling adventure!Read More »
Motivation and Home Schooling: Finding the Right Carrot
I recall once going to my aunt’s house to baby sit for her three daughters. While in the kitchen, I was amused to see that she had a picture of a swimsuit model on her refrigerator. Before pulling anything out of the refrigerator to eat, my aunt had to look at the picture. This was clearly meant to dissuade her from eating, in hopes of having a figure like the woman in the picture. While the idea was amusing to me, it made some sense. Although my aunt had a general intention to lose weight, the picture gave her direct motivation at the time it was most needed.Read More »
Why Home Schooling?
Father John Hardon, a highly respected Catholic theologian, now deceased and currently being considered for beatification, spoke to homeschooling parents at a conference. This is a selection of his comments. ...Read More »
Homeschooling: A Teenager’s Point of View
by Jacquelyn Chausse I never knew how much I didn’t know until I was homeschooled. I have been an “A-B” student since kindergarten, and I have attended private schools since ...Read More »