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This is a list of programs offering "live" online Catholic courses via the internet.
Catholic homeschooling program for grades PreK-12-see my review here.
Aquinas Learning might be considered a Catholic version of Classical Conversations.
Bloom Homeschool Consulting offers consulting services for Catholic homeschoolers with a range of options from a 15-minute consultation to monthly or yearly membership that includes a variety of support services.
Distributor and publisher of Catholic curricula. See my brief review here.
See my review for Catholic Schoolhouse here. This might be considered a Catholic version of Classical Conversations.
Charlotte Mason teaching ideas and lesson plans.
This is an online, classical, Catholic program that includes "Petty School" for young children, then moves into both the Trivium and then the Quadrivium. They offer both Latin and Greek courses. All online course material (online study materials, tutorial videos, and written assessments) is available for free, but there is a charge for tutoring or consultation.
This is a classical, Catholic program similar to Classical Conversations but with distinctive content.
Homeschool Connections offers high-quality courses for Catholic homeschoolers, both live and recorded options.
Kolbe Academy provides courses and/or enrollment for classical Catholic education.
L.P.H. Resource Center offers online courses for Catholic homeschoolers.
Mater Amabilis's site has free lesson plans and helps for a Charlotte Mason approach for all grade levels for both the U.S. and the U.K.
Mother of Divine Grace is a classical Catholic education provider offering both individual courses and/or enrollment.
Our Father's House is a publisher and distributor of resources for Catholic families and homeschoolers.
Oxrose Academy offers classical Catholic live online courses in the humanities for grades 7-12.
Queen of Heaven Academy is "the direct descendant of Regina Coeli Academy," the first Catholic online school. It offers a classically-based, college-prep, Catholic education for grades 4 through 12. Online courses are available for full-time enrollment or individual courses.
This is a blog with lots of helpful information on and resources for Catholic homeschooling.
Schola Rosa offers classical Catholic education through co-ops or in the home.
Seton has been serving the Catholic homeschool market for decades. With programs for grades PreK through 12, they offer either full enrollment or curriculum that you can purchase for individual courses.
St. Jerome Library and School sells course material and lesson plans for traditional Catholic homeschoolers with students in grades PreK through 12.
St. Thomas Aquinas Academy offers a classical Catholic home education program.
This site offers free K-12 detailed lesson plans for a blended Charlotte Mason/traditional/classical curriculum by Jean W. and Maria C. M. Rioux, but it is accessed by joining Scribd.
TAN Academy provides complete curriculum and guidance for Catholic homeschoolers in grades K-12. The curriculum is primarily book-based and includes their own publications (at a 40% discount) plus many excellent resources from other publishers.
The Catholic Homeschool Network is an independent, online community for parents to collaborate about everything Catholic homeschooling. It includes podcasts, lists of recommended resources, and much more. Over 14,000 families from more than 20 countries participate.
Thrive is a membership online community where Catholic homeschooling parents can receive mentoring, support, and education.
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