Helpful Resources for Catholic Homeschoolers
Holy Family Homeschoolers does not necessarily endorse all the methods and resources listed below. These are merely resources that have been deemed helpful by our various members.
In addition to the resources listed below, HFH keeps a vast list of high school (and some middle school) resources, arranged by subject area. This list is especially helpful for homeschooling in the upper grades. It can be found via our high school curriculum navigation link, after you log-in as a member.
Please note well: These links listed below will take you to outside websites. Due to the changing nature of the internet, we cannot vouch for content of these websites at any given time. Please use discretion in web surfing, especially with children.
Catholic homeschool programs:
Memoria Press (Catholic-friendly, but not Catholic per-se)
Memoria Press Online Classical Academy (Catholic-friendly)
Our Lady of Perpetual Help (online classes)
Queen of Heaven Academy (online classes)
Rolling Acres School (online classes)
St. Thomas School Free Curriculum Collection (associated with Homeschool Connections)
WriteGuide (individualized, online writing mentoring; Catholic)
By special arrangement, HFH families receive discounts on WriteGuide Services. Let them know you are an HFH member!
Catholic curriculum, books, & supplies:
Faith Images Rubber Stamps (Wisconsin-owned)
Illuminated Ink (Wisconsin-owned)
Catholic homeschool support & reviews:
Resources for Those Homeschooling Children with Learning Disabilities
Weird Kids (autism)
Wilson Language (dyslexia)
Preventing Academic Failure—PAF (dyslexia)
Special Kids' Moms (listServe for Catholic moms)
Asperger.net (asperger's / autism)
Learning Abled Kids (range of disabilities)
Lindamood Bell (dyslexia)
Catholic Colleges that Welcome Homeschoolers with Open ArmsAve Maria University
Franciscan University of Steubenville
John Paul the Great Catholic University Thomas Aquinas College
Programs Used by Many of Our Members, but Not Necessarily Catholic
Five in a Row—literature-based unit studies