There are almost as many homeschool curriculum options as there are homeschool families.  This list is not not meant to be all inclusive but will hopefully give families a general idea of some of the more common curriculums used by our members.

All About Spelling / Reading




All About Spelling is a seven level program. Based on the latest research, this award-winning program provides complete and comprehensive instruction using the Orton-Gillingham approach.

All About Reading consists of Pre-reading and Levels 1-4. It teaches all key components of reading in a fun and engaging way.

Their website is:

The Good and the beautiful


A Charlotte Mason inspired curriculum designed to help children recognize, appreciate, and seek out the good and the beautiful in learning. The images, exercises, and lessons focus on teaching high moral character while remaining academically strong and thorough.

Note: The author of this program is a member of the Church of Later Day Saints. Families should review the materials to ensure nothing contrary to the Catholic faith is presented.

Kolbe Acadamy







Kolbe Academy's program draws on elements of classical educational theory and Ignatian methodology while remaining faithful to the teachings of the Catholic Church. The ultimate goal of education is that of forming the whole person, which the Ignatian methodology calls the "cura personalis." This education is specifically ordered by the Jesuit precept of a "ratio studiorum," or course of study. This course of study provides an early foundation in reading, writing, speaking, and arithmetic, while introducing the student to the studies of history and science.

BOL Resources: Betsy Culbreth / Belinda Mooney

Mater Amabilis

Mater Amabili is a free online Pre-K-8 Charlotte Mason style curriculum for Catholics.  Mater Amabilis is a curriculum and does not offer an enrollment/diploma option.  Their website is:

Mother of Divine Grace

Mother of Divine Grace School offers a Catholic, classical approach to home schooling. Their curriculum is available for sale and they also offer an enrollment/diploma option.  Their website is:

Seton Home

Sometimes described as a more "traditional" curriculum than other options, the mission of Seton Home Study School is to ensure that all of its students thrive intellectually and spiritually using a Christ-centered, educational program that empowers them to live the Catholic Faith while embracing the academic and vocational challenges of the twenty-first century.  Their curriculum is available for sale and they also offer an enrollment/diploma option.  Their website is: