Seton's structured curriculum helped Michael Slaten learn good study habits and become a better writer which eased his transition to Benedictine College.Read More »
Is Homeschooling the Key to Changing an Upside Down World?
The haven of homeschooling allows children to build up their resilience and acquire skills and formation to bring the change the world so desperately needs.Read More »
What is Most Important to Prepare for the New School Year?
New school year? Dr. Mary Kay Clark says having definite plans about what the children should do and when will help even the youngest feel more comfortable.Read More »
How To Organize Your Thoughts… Without Cramping Your Brain
by Lorraine Espenhain | Once a month, I host a book reading club for Catholic homeschooling moms in my home. I like to use these monthly meetings as an excuse to try out new recipes on those gathered under my roof. If the response is favorable, I then make the dish for my family.Read More »
Discipline: Establishing Authority
Some years ago, I taught the Confirmation class for our parish religious education program. The class was never rowdy or rude; my students were attentive and engaged – a pleasure ...Read More »