Posted in 7th grade 8th grade High School Religion

Using Catholic Fiction to Enhance Curriculum

As you delve into the new school year, the authors at CatholicTeenBooks would like to offer a few suggestions on ways to incorporate fiction into your teen’s lesson plans.

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Posted in High School On-Line Classes Religion

Pro-Life Apologetics for Teens

Pro-Life Apologetics is dedicated to providing young adults with the necessary knowledge, tactics, and confidence to best share the beauty of the pro-life movement with those whom they encounter.

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Posted in Classical High School Homeschool Academies

Angelicum Great Books Program (now available in Spanish)

The Great Books Program consists of four years (grades 9-12) of online classes meeting two hours per week to discuss weekly readings from the Great Books of Western Civilization.

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Posted in Book Reviews Religion

Lessons from Blessed Chiara Badano

Modern saints can often seem more approachable and understandable than those who lived a long time ago, especially for young people. Blessed Chiara Badano lived in the late 20th century, and her life has much to teach young people today.

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The Big Brain Book
Posted in 6th grade 7th grade 8th grade Book Reviews High School Science

Learn About the Brain

The Big Brain Book: How it Works and All Its Quirks by Leanne Boucher Gill, PhD is a fascinating look at the inner workings of the brain and what it means for your life.

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Posted in High School On-Line Classes Philosophy Religion

New Pro-Life Apologetics Class

Pro-Life Apologetics is a course for high school juniors and seniors in theology and philosophy.

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Posted in On-Line Classes Spanish

Try a Free Spanish Class

Guest post from Homeschool Spanish Academy (HSA). Are you searching for an excellent homeschool Spanish curriculum? With a quality homeschool Spanish curriculum, students acquire Spanish…

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Posted in Book Reviews High School Social Studies / History

The Singer and the Sailor

Therese Boucher provides a poignant portrait of early 20th century life for Catholic French-Canadian immigrants in central Massachusetts in The Singer and the Sailor.

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Posted in Book Reviews Math Resources

Calculus for Middle Schoolers

Calculus for Middle Schoolers takes complex concepts and presents them in an understandable and non-scary format.

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Posted in Art High School On-Line Classes

Story Masters Film Academy for High School Students

Do you have a high school student interested in learning about film writing or directing? Through Story Masters Film Academy, they can have the opportunity…

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