1. Children are taught according to their learning styles and interests.
2. Parents have more control over how and what their children are taught.
3. Children can progress slowly or quickly, according to their abilities.
4. Schedules revolve around family and allow time to bond with parents and siblings.
5. Flexible schedules allow time for breaks, field trips, vacations.
6. Curriculum for an entire year costs less than  private school tuition.
7. Children spend time in a diverse, real world environment.



“What curriculum do we use?” is the same as asking, “How do we get you there?” on this homeschooling journey. What you are really asking for is a road map to successful home education.

1. Assessment

  • Where is my child now (figuratively speaking) and where do I want him/her to be next year?

2. Lesson Plan

  • What relationships, skills, or content knowledge do I need to cultivate in him/her?  We will develop measurable and attainable goals.

3. Customized Teaching Approach

  • Traditional
  • Classical (includes Principle Approach)
  • Living Books
  • Unit Studies
  • Relaxed / Unschooling

4. How Do We measure Success

  • Quarterly Progress Reports
  • Monthly Evaluations
  • Feedback per session

5.  Testing 


Monday – Reading, Writing, Math

Tuesday – Reading, Writing, Math, Science

Wednesday – Reading, Writing, Math

Thursday – Reading, Writing, Math, Social Studies

Friday – Reading, Writing, Math

Daily – Homework Daily Except on Fridays

Get your child on the right track by calling an Educational Specialist today at 813.531.1528.