This article originally appeared on Kolbe.org and is used with permission. Miss Part One? Read it here: Applying to College as a Homeschooler, Part One Part 2: The College Application in Parts (1/3) – Standardized Tests and The Outside Letter of Reference Standardized Tests When evaluating a college application, an experienced admissions committee knows that the ACT, SAT, or CLT… Read more →
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In their June 2016 issue, Catholic Library World published an article by Terry Maksymowych on teaching bioethics to middle and high school students. “Bioethics is the field concerned with the ethical problems and philosophical implications of certain biological and medical research, procedures, technologies, and treatments.” Unlike morality which deals with individual behavior, ethics is a social issue. She quotes St…. Read more →
One of the many great benefits of homeschooling is that it allows families the freedom to take advantage of some wonderful extracurricular activities. The variety of available sports, lessons and clubs are so tempting that many families, like mine, must work hard to choose them with great discrimination in order to keep schoolwork as the top priority. Even when limiting… Read more →
Bonnie Landry, a Canadian homeschooling mother of seven, has written a series of books which aim to simplify homeschooling. These books are short, but packed with useful information. Each one can be read in an hour or two which is perfect for busy moms. Homeschooling, Simplified: Chocolate Chip Math shows you how to teach math in just a few minutes… Read more →
Many people have the luxury of making a leisurely decision to homeschool. It may not be an easy decision, but it can be made over time, carefully weighing the pros and cons. Other people are thrust into homeschooling. This may be due to a school situation that goes bad quickly or to a change in life circumstances. For whatever reason,… Read more →
Keep the themes of Lent alive in your child’s heart throughout the season with this fun and faithful Lenten Music. Build your child’s future music reading skills with our beautifully illustrated, color Lent Songbook Develop your child’s brain musically with a carefully balanced curriculum developed by music educators. Fun and faithful kids music appropriate for babies, toddlers, and children up… Read more →